• 17 December - 18 December 2019
  • Liverpool John Moores University, Liverpool, UK

Future Physiology 2019

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A conference for early career scientists by early career scientists!

 

The conference is tailor made to give you the experience, renewed enthusiasm and networking opportunities to help you take the next steps in your career.

 

This year’s topic is ‘Translating Cellular Mechanisms into Lifelong Health Strategies’.

 

Reasons to join us:

  • Be inspired by the invited speakers
  • Present your research at one of the oral communications
  • Gain key skills at the career development workshops
  • Network and explore new opportunities at the poster communication session
  • FREE REGISTRATION for Undergraduate Members and Affiliate Members

 

Speakers include:

 

Karyn Esser
University of Florida, USA

 

Lasse Gliemann
University of Copenhagen

 

Anton Roks
University of Rotterdam

 

Robert Seabourne
Queen Mary University of London, UK

 

Claire Stewart
Liverpool John Moores University, UK

 

Mats Nilsson
McMaster University, Canada

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Registration

Registration is now open. Register here.

Before registering please make sure to read our event terms and conditions.

If you are a Member of The Society, please log in with your username and password.

If you are not a Member of The Society, then you will need to create a guest account here and then log in to register. You could reduce your registration fee significantly by becoming a Member of The Society. For more information about membership, please click here or email membership@physoc.org.

If you need any assistance with registration, please email meetings@physoc.org or call +44 (0)20 7269 5710 and ask to speak to the events team.

Early bird registration closes on 31 October 2019.

Registration rates

Membership categoryEarly bird discounted priceFull priceSociety Dinner
Undergraduate or Affiliate MemberFREEFREE£45
Full Member£50£100£45
Non-Member£50£100£45

*Registration includes access to the conference, lunches and refreshments.

Applying for a visa

  • Do you need a visa to be able to participate in the meeting?

    To check whether you need a visa to be able to attend, please click here.

    For more detailed information, application forms and guidance notes, please visit the official UK visa website.

    It is recommended that you apply for your visa well in advance (at least 12 weeks before the meeting) as applications for UK visas in certain countries can take longer than expected. Attendees are requested that they book early enough and apply for a visa with sufficient time prior to the conference. The conference organisers cannot be held responsible if delegates do not receive their visas in time, and the cancellation policy will automatically apply. Every effort will be made to support genuine applications.

    The conference organisers are happy to provide you with documentation to support your application which will be sent as a PDF attachment. If you require a hard copy to be sent to you, please include your mailing (postal) address. The Physiological Society will only send via regular post.

    Documentation to support visa applications will only be provided to those attendees who have submitted an abstract which has been accepted for presentation at the conference, registered and paid to attend.

    Please complete the webform below, and attach confirmation of your registration, and submitted abstract.

    Please note that The Society can not influence consular decisions, letters will be distributed within 10 working days - it is the responsibility of the attendee to allow sufficient time for processing.


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