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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 Sadis Matalon, PhD, FAPS

    Sadis Matalon, PhD, FAPS Alice McNeal Endowed Chair of Anesthesiology, Director, Division of Molecular and Translational Biomedicine, University of Alabama at Birmingham

    APS member since 1976
    Studying how Lungs repair after injury

    Exploring how chemicals and viruses damage the lungs and therapeutics that can help reverse lung injury.

  • Portrait of Evangeline Motley-Johnson, PhD

    Evangeline Motley-Johnson, PhD Professor of Physiology, Interim Dean of the School of Graduate Studies and Research, Meharry Medical College

    APS member since 1989
    Preparing HBCU students for research careers

    Preparing young scientists for careers in research, medicine and public health.

  • Portrait of Todd Trappe, PhD

    Todd Trappe, PhD Professor of Exercise Science, Human Performance Lab, Ball State University

    APS member since 1995
    Improving Health through exercise

    Studying the effects of exercise, aging and space flight on skeletal muscle health.

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