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.
The Obesity Epidemic
11 a.m. EDT and on demand
APS and InsideScientific are pleased to announce a joint webinar series focused on late-breaking research and discovery relating to the physiological mechanisms of obesity, cardiometabolic processes and obesity-related disease.
Physiology Educators Community of Practice
12 p.m. EDT and on demand
APS is pleased to announce a new webinar series focused on our educator community. The monthly series includes live webinars focused on education best practices, synchronous and/or asynchronous teaching, establishing inclusive classrooms and publishing.
Endocytosis and Endosome Trafficking: Roles in Coronavirus Uptake and Cell Signaling
July 8, 2020
11 a.m.–12 p.m. EDT
Join Ole Petersen, Roop Mallik and Erwin Neher as they share the latest research looking at endocytosis and calcium signaling in the context of SARS-CoV-2, organelle transport and calcium imaging.
Institute on Teaching and Learning Virtual Week
June 22–26, 2020
Daily sessions starting at 12 p.m.
Join APS for a week-long program of webinars to replace the Institute on Teaching and Learning (ITL)—the biennial physiology educator-focused meeting previously set to take place in Minneapolis. Our speakers will cover timely topics about the future of physiology learning, including virtual classrooms, inclusive curricula, small group dynamics and learning outcomes. View the speaker lineup and program on the website.
Modern Approaches to Research in Physiology
June 18, 2020
Now available on demand
Join Physiological Reviews, published by the American Physiological Society, for a webinar on new concepts and techniques in cardiac physiology, gastrointestinal physiology and neurobiology. Participate in the conversation and learn how state-of-the-art techniques in these three areas can be applied to your own research.