Indiana Physiological Society
Thank you for your interest in learning more about the Indiana Physiological Society (INPhys), which is a Chapter of the American Physiological Society (APS).
The Department of Cellular & Integrative Physiology hosted the First Annual Meeting of INPhys at the Indiana University School of Medicine on Saturday, February 5, 2011. The theme of the meeting was “Physiology – Leading the way in mechanistic and translational research”. The meeting provided a forum for exchange of research, teaching, and technical results and was particularly directed at enhancing opportunities for student and post-doctoral level scientists to interact with their more senior colleagues from across the state.
We encourage you to visit the APS website for membership application forms, summary report from annual meetings, current updates on future meeting plans, student awards, etc. (http://www.the-aps.org/mm/hp/Audiences/Chapters/indiana).
The purpose of the Indiana Society is to promote the increase of physiological knowledge, its dissemination, and its utilization in the state of Indiana. Advancing the field of physiology will be sought in molecular, cellular, organ, and integrative systems in basic and applied disciplines of research to unite physiologists in the state of Indiana. Membership will be open to all students and scientists in the state of Indiana with an interest in physiology.