Explore our webinar lineup, which includes events from the American Physiological Society’s (APS) Physiology in Focus learning series. Browse the list of live and on demand offerings, check back often for new additions and sign up to receive webinar announcements.

Upcoming Webinars

Inflammation & Immunophysiology Webinar SeriesWEBINAR SERIES—Inflammation & Immunophysiology: An Exploration of Pathophysiology
September 9, October 7 and November 11, 2021
11 a.m. EDT

This program will include a number of live scientific lectures, including top science from leading researchers around the world.

APS_Webinar_Promo_Thumbnail_Aging_200x200WEBINAR SERIES—Science of Aging
September 15, September 29 and October 13, 2021
11 a.m. EDT

The American Physiological Society (APS) and InsideScientific are pleased to announce a joint webinar series covering fundamental principles, late-breaking research and novel discoveries in the field of aging science.

Diversity, Equity and Inclusion 200x200WEBINAR SERIES—Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI): Leading with Diversity: Celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month
September 15, 2021
11 a.m. EDT

The American Physiological Society (APS) celebrates our Hispanic and Latino/a members for their accomplishments in the physiology field and those that expand science, technology, engineering, art and mathematics (STEAM) opportunities for younger generations.

PECOP WebinarsWEBINAR SERIES—Physiology Educators Community of Practice (PECOP) 
September 23
12 p.m. EDT

In this webinar, Donald Shaw, PhD, of the University of Tennessee at Martin, will evaluate the effects of self-regulated learning processes on college course exam grades.

Function thumbnail 200x200pxWEBINAR—When a Discovery Is a Rediscovery: Do We Know the History of Our Own Subject
September 28
12 p.m. EDT

In this webinar, our panel of four world renowned researchers will talk about the importance of getting the history of research fields correct.

Alzet Webinar - Inhaled Nicotine - 200x200WEBINAR—Cardiac Effects of Chronically Inhaled Nicotine
POSTPONED, New Date Coming Soon

During this webinar, Jason Gardner, PhD, of Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center, will present his latest findings using a mouse model of chronic inhaled nicotine exposure.

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