The Physiological Society awards Honorary Membership to individuals who are ‘persons of distinction in science who have contributed to the advancement of physiology or to the work of The Society’. Honorary Membership may be awarded to any individual and the privilege is not just limited to current Members of The Society.
Use the link for a full listing of our current Honorary Members.
Use this link for a listing of our deceased Honorary Members. This list is complete since 1998 when our database changed so if any Member is able to assist with a larger compilation please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Honorary Members have the same rights and benefits as Members of The Society, but are not called upon to pay annual subscriptions. In addition, Honorary Members are also eligible for free attendance at Society meetings.
Proposals are sought, for assessment, by the Nominations Committee who will advise Council on formal nomination. The new Honorary Members are announced at the Annual General Meeting.
The Society is committed to increasing equality and diversity in the physiological sciences. Our work in this area permeates throughout all of our activities, and we would like to ask you to be mindful of this commitment when making your nomination for Honorary Membership.
Current Members and Honorary Members of The Society are encouraged to propose names at any time for 2016 entry using the form below: