Upcoming Physiology Meetings

It is that time of year again when various chapters from The American Physiological Society hold their local meetings. I am looking forward to reporting the exciting news in physiology from these events!

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The Ohio Physiological Society is having their 26th annual meeting October 6-7 at the University of Cincinnati. The keynote speaker will be Dr. Ernest Wright from the David Geffen-UCLA School of Medicine in Los Angeles, CA.

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The Tennessee Physiological Society
will be holding their annual meeting October 13-14 in Johnson City at the Quillen College of Medicine - East Tennessee State University. The opening speaker will be Dr. David L. Williams from the Department of Surgery at Quillen College of Medicine. His talk is titled: "The macrophage class A scavenger receptor (SR-ÂâA) plays a central role in the pathophysiology of sepsis and organ ischemia/reperfusion injury."

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The Iowa and Nebraska Physiological Societies will be teaming up to hold a joint meeting October 21-22 at Des Moines University. The keynote address will be given by Dr. Karie Scrogin from Loyola University. The title of her talk is "New Tricks for an Old Molecule: Discovery of a Novel Role for Serotonin in the Neural Control of the Circulation."

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The Arizona Physiological Society will be having their annual meeting at The University of Arizona Medical Campus on November 16-17. The program for this meeting is not yet available.

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It is that time of year again when various chapters from The American Physiological Society hold their local meetings. I am looking forward to reporting the exciting news in physiology from these events!