Welcome to the APS Annual Meeting at Experimental Biology
The American Physiological Society’s (APS) Joint Program Committee has organized an exciting conference highlighting the broad range of emerging physiological research topics for this year’s APS annual meeting at Experimental Biology. Here, you’ll find physiology program highlights, important attendee information and tips for getting the most out of this cross-disciplinary gathering of leading biomedical researchers.
We look forward to seeing you in Orlando on April 6–9, 2019.
Meet 2019 Macknight Awardee Ed Merritt
The Macknight award, supported by APS strategic partner ADInstruments, recognizes an APS member who is incorporating innovative teaching techniques and effectively using technology to engage students in physiology education. Read more about Merritt’s award-winning research on the ADI blog. Merritt will receive his award during the APS Investigator Awards Recognition on Monday, April 8, at 5:15 p.m. (Orange County Convention Center, Room W314).
Meet the 2019 APS Distinguished Lecturers
APS is pleased to recognize the outstanding researchers who will present their award lectures at EB 2019. See the full lineup of distinguished lecturers in The Physiologist.
Get a Discount on Your Flight to Orlando
Ready to book your EB travel? We’ve arranged for discounted fares with our preferred carriers Southwest Airlines, Delta Airlines, and United Airlines for travel from April 2—13 to Orlando for EB 2019. Discounts range from 2% up to 10% depending on your location and fare class.
“It’s the people who make EB great!”
We couldn’t agree more. See how APS member Audrey Vasauskas spent her time at last year’s EB meeting and learn why she looks forward to attending every year in this photoblog. Register by March 20 to take advantage of advanced registration savings.
APS-ASPET Presidential Symposium Series
APS President Jeff Sands has collaborated with American Society for Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics (ASPET) President Edward Morgan to present an exciting series on the microbiome at the APS annual meeting at EB in 2019. This APS/ASPET Presidential Symposium Series features a Saturday workshop followed by three symposia, one held each day of the meeting. Hear the latest research advances in understanding the gut microbiome. Presenters have been working on the forefront of this emerging area. View the full President’s symposia schedule on the APS EB Meeting website.