When you partner with the American Physiological Society (APS), you gain access to multidisciplinary scientists who are focused on solving major issues affecting life and health worldwide. Our vibrant physiology community continuously answers critical questions and shapes our understanding of health and disease states. Connecting with physiologists through APS provides increased brand visibility and sales potential within this growing community through our custom marketing solutions and advertising. Additionally, our partnerships provide the validation and prestige associated with the APS name.
APS Community Dimensions
APS’ Social Media Audience
APS Journals Webpage Traffic
+1,000,000 average monthly pageviews
APS Email Lists
APS Annual Meeting
APS Marketing Solutions
Product Application Webinars
Showcase your product’s applications through educational webinars on research techniques and physiology education. APS promotes industry-sponsored webinars extensively to our membership through targeted email and social media campaigns.
Scientific Advisory Groups
Invitation-only advisory groups provide APS industry partners with a comprehensive understanding of customer knowledge, needs and perceptions of brand, products and services. Desirable product development, pricing and commercial models are addressed. Experienced physiology researchers and educators participate in group interviews to gather expert opinions and feedback that informs product design and services.
Technology in Physiology Workshops
APS industry partners present live workshops on the latest technology in physiology research and education. Presentation opportunities and product workshop slots are available for the APS Annual Meeting and APS specialty conferences.
APS Award Sponsorship Packages
Show your support of the physiology discipline and assist in the cultivation of the next generation of physiologists through sponsorship of APS Section awards. These awards provide educational and professional development opportunities for trainees.
PubGrade Contextualized Advertising in APS Journals
APS offers contextual targeting to advertise in the APS family of journals. Contextual targeting allows advertisers to strategically insert ads relating to their product or service next to relevant research articles across APS journals.
Biopharma Industry Research Webinars
Cultivate research partnerships with academic research teams that align with your drug development programs and recruit top R&D talent by showcasing your translational research to the physiology research community through APS’ industry research webinar program.
APS-InsideScientific Digital Education Partnership
Webinars are a great way to connect with and educate your audience on a large scale. APS has partnered with InsideScientific to create a robust webinar program. This “research techniques” program was designed in collaboration with research equipment manufacturers to educate the physiology community about the latest technology applications for common lab techniques and protocols. The APS-InsideScientific marketing machine is capable of generating practical skills training programs that regularly attract more than 1,000 registrants.
APS-ADInstruments (ADI) Strategic Partnership Case Study
APS and ADI share a mission to advance physiology through the creation of widely accessible education programs. The APS-ADI strategic partnership encourages the exchange of scientific ideas and facilitates the development of early-career scientists. Shared initiatives include:
- lab techniques webinar series,
- scientific “mastermind” advisory group,
- shared research and blog articles, and
- APS trainee award sponsorship packages.
APS-ADI Lab Techniques Webinar Series
The APS-ADI Lab Techniques Webinar Series is a practical training program comprised of four events that cover a variety of physiology topics, including preclinical cardiovascular research, clinical autonomic science and physiology education strategies for graduate and undergraduate educators.
APS-ADI Mastermind Group
APS has developed an invitation-only scientific advisory group consisting of physiology researchers and educators. The group provides ADI with a comprehensive understanding of customer needs and perceptions of their brand and products that inform product development, pricing and commercial models. By conducting group interviews with key physiology opinion leaders, APS collects expert opinions and novel feedback to improve customer outreach and guide product design.
Meeghan De Cagna
Chief Community & Learning Officer
Meeghan De Cagna joined APS as the chief engagement and partnerships officer in March 2019. In her role, De Cagna is responsible for the marketing, membership, communications and business development teams. Prior to joining APS, De Cagna worked at the Endocrine Society as chief strategic partnerships officer and at the American Academy of Physician Assistants (AAPA). At AAPA she served as the vice president for trainee engagement and director of leadership development for their Center for Healthcare Leadership and Management, an internal business consultancy working with the largest academic medical centers in the U.S. Before moving into the association space, De Cagna spent 18 years working in for-profit marketing roles, including 10 years as chief marketing officer of a $100 million privately held educational enterprise she helped build. De Cagna holds a master of science in health communication degree from Boston University, an executive certificate from Georgetown University McDonough School of Business and three executive certificates in global marketing strategy, branding, and development from the Thunderbird School of International Management. She also is a member of the American Society of Association Executives and has earned the certified association executive (CAE) designation.
Senior Manager, Development & Strategic Partnerships
As the development and strategic partnerships manager at APS, Jacob White manages fundraising efforts by developing strategic partnership programs with industry, academia, and scientific foundations. Prior to joining APS in March 2019, White worked at the Endocrine Society, supporting business development for physician and patient medical education programs. He earlier served as the D.C. metro area sales representative for Azer Scientific, a clinical and research pathology reagent company.
White holds a master of biotechnology enterprise and entrepreneurship (MBEE) from Johns Hopkins University and a bachelor of science in biological sciences with a microbiology concentration from the University of Maryland, College Park. In his leisure, he enjoys reading, watching movies, and playing with his beagle.
“I’ve formed lasting friendships and scientific collaborations through the outstanding networking that is provided by the exceptional society. I will be a lifelong member of the APS.”Lisa Harrison-Bernard, PhD, Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center