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

Miltenyi Biotec 200x200WEBINAR SERIES—APS-Miltenyi Biotec Webinar Series: Translational Discovery Through Whole-Organ Imaging
May 11, 2021
11 a.m. EDT

In this presentation, Michael Czech, PhD will show how imaging adipose tissue depots from mice under various conditions by light sheet microscopy has illuminated changes in their function.

Inflammation & Immunophysiology Webinar SeriesWEBINAR SERIES—Inflammation & Immunophysiology: An Exploration of Pathophysiology
May 13, May 27, June 17, 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
May 19, June 2, June 22, July 28, 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.

APS-ADI Webinar - Optogenetics - 200x200WEBINAR—Optogenetic Activation of Selective Cardiac Autonomic Neurons
May 20, 2021
11 a.m. EDT

In this American Physiological Society webinar, produced in partnership with ADInstruments, Angel Moreno, PhD, will provide a brief overview of the cardiac autonomic system and how optogenetic photostimulation can modulate this system in transgenic mice.

Diversity, Equity and Inclusion 200x200WEBINAR SERIES—Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI)
May 25, June 22 and July 21, 2021
Various times

 

Function Webinar Thumbnail - May 26WEBINAR—Rescuing Cerebral Blood Flow in Alzheimer’s and Small Vessel Diseases of the Brain
May 26, 2021
11 a.m. EDT

In this webinar sponsored by Function, Mark Nelson, PhD will discuss how deficits in on-demand delivery of blood to active brain regions (functional hyperemia) are early manifestations of the underlying pathogenesis of Alzheimer’s and small vessel disease of the brain.

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On-demand Webinars

 

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