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APS members work at the frontiers of science to advance our understanding of life and health. Their efforts are leading to treatments for the deadliest and most debilitating diseases affecting humans and enhancing our understanding of topics like genetics, neuroscience, obesity and sex differences. You can be part of this vibrant community.

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Our Members Making a Difference

  • Portrait of Karla Haack, PhD

    Karla Haack, PhD Lecturer, Department of Ecology, Evolution and Organismal Biology, Kennesaw State University

    APS member since 2013
    Sharing the Joys of Physiology with Students

    Teaching physiology to the nurses and exercise scientists of tomorrow.

    Learn more about Karla's research.
  • Portrait of Ann Schreihofer, PhD, FAHA, FAPS

    Ann Schreihofer, PhD, FAHA, FAPS Professor, Department of Physiology and Anatomy, University of North Texas Health Science Center

    APS member since 1993
    Exploring the Brain Heart Circulation Link

    Understanding the brain’s role in regulating blood pressure in the arteries.

    Learn more about Ann's research.
  • Portrait of Jennifer Pluznick, PhD

    Jennifer Pluznick, PhD Associate Professor of Physiology, The Johns Hopkins School of Medicine

    APS member since 2002
    Learning how Smell Receptors Affect the Gut

    Exploring the relationship between olfactory sensors and the gut microbiota.

    Learn more about Jennifer's research.

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