Build the Career You Want
APS members are part of a community that believes in mentoring. Here, you’ll find career resources that draw on the collective wisdom of your colleagues. You’ll also find tips and tricks from established researchers committed to helping the next generation successfully navigate research careers.
Keep your career path on track by taking advantage of APS’ career and professional development resources:
- Thinking about a career in Physiology? Find out exactly what physiology is and your career options.
- Want to learn how to interview for a job, be an outstanding educator or balance a career and family? Check out the many resources from past symposia from the APS’ annual meeting below.
- Want to work with APS journal editors to improve your manuscript? Check out our Professional Skills Training offerings below.
- Looking for articles and information that speak to you? Take a look at our blogs and mentoring forum articles.
- Want to have a dynamic and supportive professional society in your corner? Become a member of the American Physiological Society (APS).
The APS Career Symposium is organized annually by the Career Opportunities in Physiology Committee. Topics cover all aspects of career-related issues relevant to today’s researchers, educators and trainees at all stages of their career.
The APS Mentoring Symposium is organized annually by the Women in Physiology Committee. Topics cover all aspects of mentoring relevant to today’s researchers, educators and trainees at all stages of their career.
The APS Trainee Symposium is organized annually by the Trainee Advisory Committee. Topics cover all issues relevant to today’s researchers, educators and trainees at all stages of their career.
The APS Professional Skills Training (PST) Program promotes the development of key professional skills among graduate students, postdoctoral students and new investigators by offering effective live and online courses that are appropriate for students in the life science discipline.
The APS Refresher Course is organized annually by the Education Committee. Courses aim to provide updated lecture content for medical physiology instructors and material for non-specialists who have teaching responsibilities in specific content areas.