Physiology 2016

Joint Meeting of the American Physiological Society and
The Physiological Society

29 - 31 July 2016
Convention Centre Dublin, Ireland


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The Physiological Society and the American Physiological Society are delighted to be partnering to hold Physiology 2016 in Dublin. 

This partnership between the two oldest and largest physiological societies in the world marks the 140th anniversary of the founding of TPS and the 129th of the APS and is a continuation of a program of strategic collaborations.

Venue: Spencer Dock North Wall Quay Dublin 1 Ireland MAP

NEW [25 July 2016] Can't attend?  Watch selected prize lectures and sessions on the livestream.  More information >>>

[20 July 2016] Email to all preregistered attendees: This has been sent.  A copy can be found here >>>

[20 July 2016] Attendees from Turkey.  Refunds will be given at all those preregistered attendees from Turkey that are now unable to attend. More information >>>

[1 July 2016] Itinerary planner is live: Plan your conference and download abstracts on your computer >>>

[1 July 2016] Mobile App is live: Plan your conference and download abstracts on your phone or tablet >>>

[18 July 2016] Programme Book: Download the PDF [7.5MB] >>>

[24 June 2016] Abstracts: Download the PDF [14MB] >>>

Diversity at The Physiological Society – with a focus on our scientific events. Read the blog post here >>>

Camp Physiology - child care for under 10 years. More information >>>

Prize and Keynote Lectures

Laura Bennet
University of Auckland, New Zealand    

John Cryan
University College Cork, Ireland    

Jeffrey Friedman
Rockefeller University, USA

Emma Hart
University of Bristol, UK  

Lisa Heather
University of Oxford, UK

Prem Kumar
University of Birmingham, UK

W Jon Lederer
University of Maryland, USA    

Chris Miller
Brandeis University, USA

John O’Keefe
University College London, UK

Nandhuri Prabhakar
University of Chicago, USA

Indira Raman
Northwestern University, USA     

Bert Sakmann
Max Planck Institute of Neurobiology, Germany

Susan Wray
University of Liverpool, UK


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