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Young Physiologists' Symposium (YPS)
The theme for YPS2012 is integrative physiology, and will place an emphasis on the latest techniques being deployed across multiple levels of observation of physiological systems.
There will be sessions spanning physiology at the most reductionist level up to the level of in vivo and systems physiology.
We hope the meeting will appeal to PhD students and postdocs working on diverse aspects of physiology.
YPS2012 is free to attend for Affiliate Members of The Physiological Society with research interests covered by any of The Society's Themes.
So, if you're planning on attending the main Physiology 2012 meeting, why not come along and enjoy a day discussing science with your peers in an informal environment?
A brief programme can be seen below, for more information visit the dedicated website.
Monday 2nd July 2012, Centre for Integrative Physiology, The University of Edinburgh
09.00 Welcome: Mike Shipston (Director, Centre for Integrative Physiology)
Session 1 | Cellular physiology
09.15 Talks from submitted abstracts
10.15 Invited speaker: Anura Rambukkana (Centre for Neuroregeneration, University of Edinburgh)
Session 2 | Physiology in tissues, networks and circuits
11.15 Talks from submitted abstracts
12.15 Invited speaker: Stuart Forbes (Centre for Regenerative Medicine, University of Edinburgh)
12.45 Lunch and posters
Session 3 | In vivo and systems physiology
13.45 Talks from submitted abstracts
14.45 Invited speaker: Ian Duguid (Centre for Integrative Physiology, University of Edinburgh)
15.30 Plenary Lecture: Charles Ffrench-Constant (Director, Centre for Regenerative Medicine, University of Edinburgh)
16.30 Refreshments and prize-giving
17:15 Depart to attend GSK Prize Lecture at Physiology 2012, Edinburgh International Conference Centre.
Events at Physiology 2012
18.00 GSK Prize Lecture
18.45 Drinks reception
20.00 Early Career Social