Postgraduate & early career
For postgraduate and early-career researchers, The Society offers a range of schemes to help develop your skills and career. From funding to attend scientific meetings and schemes to organise symposia, to skills workshops and a science writing prize, we aim to help increase postgraduate employability.
Below is an outline of some of the support available.
The Early Career Physiologists’ Symposium (ECPS)
ECPS offers PhD students and recently qualified postdoctoral workers the chance to organise a scientific symposium. The Society provides sponsorship, but the scientific content, format and social events are decided entirely by the early-career organising committee. If you are interested in organising a meeting please contact firstname.lastname@example.org, more details on how to organise an ECPS can be found here.
The Young Life Scientists’ Symposium (YLS)
The Physiological Society co-sponsors YLS alongside the Biochemical Society and the British Pharmacological Society. Teams of early-career researchers can apply to organise a symposium on a scientific theme and format of their choice. All that is required is that the theme is relevant to each of the three sponsoring societies.
This year YLS2014 is being organised by a group of young scientists from King's College London.
We will start inviting applications to host YLS2015 early next year.
Travel grants for early-career researchers
Early-career researchers can apply for grants to attend scientific meetings. For more information see the grants page.
Experimental Physiology Early Career Authors' Prize
The Experimental Physiology Early Career Author's prize has been established to reward early career authors who publish outstanding research papers in Experimental Physiology which best meet the journal's remit of translation and integration.
The Journal of Physiology Early Investigator Prize
The Journal of Physiology Early Investigator Prize is an initiative designed to reward early career authors who publish outstanding research papers in The Journal.