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Our Members Making a Difference

  • Portrait of Barbara E. Goodman, PhD, FAPS

    Barbara E. Goodman, PhD, FAPS Professor, Division of Biomedical Sciences of Sanford School of Medicine, University of South Dakota in Vermillion

    Fostering Better Physiology Education

    Using evidence-based pedagogy to enhance physiology education.

    More on Barb's research.

  • Portrait of Jan M. Williams, PhD

    Jan M. Williams, PhD Professor and Graduate Program Director, University of Mississippi Medical Center in Jackson

    Studying Renal Disease Origins in Kids

    Exploring the consequences of childhood obesity on the kidneys.

    More on Jan's research.

  • Portrait of Melissa Bates, PhD, FAPS

    Melissa Bates, PhD, FAPS Associate Professor of Health and Human Physiology, Internal Medicine and Pediatrics, University of Iowa

    Exploring how Early Life Affects Later Stress

    Understanding how medical events and their treatment alter people’s bodies. 

    More on Melissa's research.

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