Epithelia & Membrane Transport

Joint Meeting of the Federation of European Physiological Societies and the Baltic Physiological Societies

We would like to invite all European physiologists and biomedical scientists to attend the joint meeting of FEPS and the Baltic Physiological Societies in 2015. The meeting will be held in Kaunas, Lithuania in August 26-29, 2015. The congress will include plenary lectures of distinguished scientists, symposium organized on hot topics in physiological sciences, oral presentations and poster sessions. The program will cover the broad range of physiological sciences, and include the traditional FEPS Young Scientist and Physiology Teaching Symposium.

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Prize Lectures 2016 - Additional nominations for Paton | Bayliss-Starling | Sharpey-Schafer

We are seeking further nominations for the 2016 Bayliss-Starling Prize Lecture, Sharpey-Schafer Lecture and Prize and the Paton Lecture.  These lectures are due to be delivered the main meeting in Dublin in that year.  The Joint Dublin Programme Committee of The Physiological Society and the American Physiological Society would particularly welcome nominations of early-career individuals for the Bayliss-Starling and Sharpey-Shafer lectures.  In addition, particular emphasis should be place

IUPS 2017 - Rhythms of Life

Deadline extended for plenary & keynote submissions - Monday 8 June 2015

To ensure that the community of physiologists around the world can submit their proposals of plenary and keynote speakers for IUPS-2017 Congress, the proposal submission site (www.iups2017.com) will remain open until Monday, June 8, 2015.

In case of any doubt or question, please, let us know.
WELCOME TO THE RHYTHMS OF LIFE!

Benedito H. Machado and Walter F. Boron
Co-Chairs-ISPC-IUPS-2017 Congress

IUPS 2017

Ageing and Degeneration: A Physiological Perspective

The Society's Theme for 2015 is 'Understanding Ageing'. To complement this, the scientific organisers brought together leading researchers to discuss the mechanisms behind ageing and its impact on our body and brain. Topic Meetings offer an opportunity for you to meet investigators working directly in the topic to forge new collaborations, and exchange scientific ideas.

GL Brown Prize Lecture: Extreme Threats - Mike Tipton

Since the iconic picture, “Earthrise”, was taken from Apollo 8 as it orbited the moon and our planet rose above the horizon, we have considered our world a “blue planet”, an oasis amongst otherwise inhospitable and indifferent spheres. However, the idea of an Eden-like home that we have evolved to be in harmony with, that nurtures us as we care for it, is some way from the truth. On one side of the ecological coin we have the damage we do to our world by our existence. On the other side we have the fact that 70 % of our planet is covered in water, with an average ocean depth of 4,000 m.

Young Life Scientists’ Symposium - Modelling approaches in molecular signalling

We are delighted to announce that this year’s Young Life Scientists’ Symposium will focus on Modelling approaches in molecular signalling.

It will be held at UCL in London on Friday 13th November 2015.

Young Life Scientists’ Symposium - Modelling approaches in molecular signalling

GL Brown Prize Lecture - The Physiological Society

Professor Mike Tipton, University of Portsmouth will give the GL Brown Prize Lecture - Extreme Threats at The Physiological Society on Friday 16 October.

For more information please contact events@physoc.org.

For publication in Experimental Physiology.

GL Brown Prize Lecture - The Physiological Society

GL Brown Prize Lecture - University of Sheffield

Professor Mike Tipton, University of Portsmouth will give the GL Brown Prize Lecture - Extreme Threats at the University of Sheffield Students' Union Auditorium at 5.15pm on Thursday 15 October.

For more information please contact events@physoc.org.

For publication in Experimental Physiology.

GL Brown Prize Lecture - University of Sheffield

GL Brown Prize Lecture - University of Brighton

Professor Mike Tipton, University of Portsmouth will give the GL Brown Prize Lecture - Extreme Threats at the University of Brighton on Friday 9 October.

For more information please contact events@physoc.org.

For publication in Experimental Physiology.

GL Brown Prize Lecture - University of Brighton

GL Brown Prize Lecture - Trinity College Dublin

Professor Mike Tipton, University of Portsmouth will give the GL Brown Prize Lecture - Extreme Threats at Trinity College Dublin on Wednesday 7 October, venue TBC.

For more information please contact events@physoc.org.

GL Brown Prize Lecture - Trinity College Dublin
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