Physiology in Focus 2024

Physiology in Focus 2024






The Physiological Society and The Scandinavian Physiological Societylook forward to welcoming you to Newcastle in July for our joint conference.

Take the opportunity to hear the latest in physiology while catching up with friends and colleagues from around the world. Enjoy a warm Northern welcome with a selection of the best and most exciting in current physiological research, unmissable networking opportunities and inspiring plenary and keynote lectures.

Please note, there are limited spaces for this meeting. Registration may close early if capacity is reached.

“The Scandinavian Physiological Society is very excited about collaborating with The Physiological Society on Physiology in Focus 2024. It makes a lot of sense for next-door neighbours to join annual meetings, particularly because our collaboration has worked really well in the past. It has actually been great fun and brought a lot of creativity into the game of arranging scientific meetings. It is our task to bring you the benefits of a broad meeting with the networking and community feel of a focus meeting. I really look forward to the work.’’

Professor Helle Prætorius Øhrwald (Aarhus University, Denmark), President of the Scandinavian Physiological Society

I’m delighted that we are to have a joint meeting with the Scandinavian Physiological Society. I have benefited greatly from collaborations with Scandinavian labs, and scientists from all the Scandinavian countries have made crucial contributions to our understanding of diverse physiological mechanisms. These include (with Nobel Prize dates in brackets) the Faroese-Icelander Niels Finsen’s work on phototherapy for lupus (1903), the Dane August Krogh’s proposal of capillary-level regulation of blood flow (1920), the Finn Ragnar Granit’s work on the eye (1967), the Swede Torsten Wiesel’s contribution to understanding how the brain processes visual information (1981), and the Norwegians May-Britt and Edvard Moser’s work on spatial representation within the brain (2014). I’m sure this outstanding tradition will be much in evidence at our joint meeting, and I look forward to the friendly and exciting exchange of information and ideas that will occur there.” Professor David Attwell (University College London, UK), President of The Physiological Society.

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