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  • Methods in Physiology
    APS Books - Methods in Physiology
  • Methods in Cellular Imaging
    Methods in Cellular Imaging
  • Researchers Explore New Benefits of High-intensity Interval Training
    Studies suggest HIIT exercise could improve cognitive function, surgical outcomes, inflammation and more Rockville, Md. (November 9, 2020)—Rockville, Md. (November 9, 2020)—Exercise physiologists attending the virtual American Physiological Society (APS) Integrative Physiology of Exercise conference meeting will present new research on high-intensity interval training (HIIT), exploring the method’…
  • WEBINAR SERIES—Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI): Understanding and Navigating Cluster Hiring


    Cluster hiring—hiring multiple scholars or investigators into one or more departments based on shared, interdisciplinary research interests—is growing in popularity. This hiring method is aimed at facilitating diversity in the institution and fostering interdisciplinary research interests and collaborations. In this webinar we will discuss: goals of cluster hiring; best practices; ad…
  • Wearable Trackers Estimate Fitness Levels without High-intensity Exercise
    Devices can estimate cardiorespiratory health through daily living, facilitating measurement in sedentary patients Rockville, Md. (February 13, 2020)—Researchers have developed a method to estimate cardiorespiratory fitness levels that could be applied to data captured by wearable fitness trackers during activities of daily life. This could facilitate testing for those with low exercise tolerance …
  • New Contrast Agent Combination Could Usher in a New Era of Vascular Systems Biology
    The contrast agent combination allows a single tumor sample to be prepared for multiple methods of preclinical imaging Scottsdale, Ariz. (September 13, 2019)—A new contrast agent combination for imaging tumor samples enhances imaging and data extraction and thus benefits image-based modeling of tumor processes. The discovery will be presented today at the American Physiological Society (APS) Inter…
  • Human Study Shows You Burn Fat Most Efficiently by Walking at Your Own Pace
    Complex and strictly scheduled exercise not required for favorable outcomes Rockville, Md. (November 9, 2020)—People who exercise by walking at their own pace burn fat most efficiently, according to researchers at Memorial University of Newfoundland, Canada. The findings will be presented virtually at the American Physiological Society (APS) Integrative Physiology of Exercise conference. The rese…
  • Gender Affirmation Treatment Delivery Route May Affect Heart Health
    More study needed on how heart risks differ between oral, injection, transdermal administration   Rockville, Md. (November 16, 2022)—A comprehensive review of research into the delivery method of estrogen treatment (e.g., oral, intramuscular injection, transdermal patch, etc.) and cardiovascular risk in transgender women and gender-diverse people found that treatment route may affect heart he…
  • Quit the Hookah! Lung Damage, Inflammation Is Reversible with Smoking Cessation
    Rockville, Md. (March 23, 2021)—New research finds that quitting smoking is an effective way to resolve impaired lung function and airway inflammation associated with waterpipe smoking. The study is published ahead of print in the American Journal of Physiology-Lung Cellular and Molecular Physiology. “Our data provided biological plausibility for the beneficial impact of [smoking cessation] on lun…
  • WEH Guidlines FOR Scoring Trainee Awards_2021
    Guidelines for Scoring WEH Pre- and Post-doc Award Applications Abstract Grading Criteria: An abstract should describe the research project including Title, Background, Hypothesis, Methods, Results, Conclusions and Significance. Do not use any abbreviations other than those internationally accepted. •…
  • WEH - Scoring Trainee Award Applications
    Scoring WEH Trainee Award Applications Guidelines taken from the APS Professional Skills Course: Making Scientific Presentations: Critical First Skills; The Oral Presentation Abstract Grading Criteria: An abstract should describe your research project including Title, Background, Hypothesis, Methods, Resu…
  • Translational Research Awards Rubric for Web
    Physiologists in Industry Translational Research Award Application Rating Worksheet Parameter Rating Outstanding Excellent Good Fair Poor Inadequate or Not Provided Abstract (70 pts) Title 5 4 3 2 1 0 Appropriate background 10 8 6 4 2 0 A clearly stated hypothesis or aim…
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    Join us for the Institute on Teaching and Learning (ITL), designed for those who teach or who are interested in teaching physiology. Connect with peers to learn new and innovative ways to teach physiology in the classroom.
  • 5 Tips for Implementing Evidence Based Practices
    Five tips for implementing evidence-based teaching practices in your course Start small When adding evidence-based teaching practices to an existing course, don’t add a ton at once. Start off with adding clicker questions, brief group activities, or pre-class assignments which will be more manageable. CODON LEARNING …
  • WEBINAR SERIES—Inflammation and Immunophysiology: An Exploration of Pathophysiology
    The American Physiological Society (APS), American Autoimmune Related Diseases Association and InsideScientific are excited to host a joint webinar series covering fundamental principles, late-breaking research and novel discoveries in the field of inflammation and immunophysiology.This program will include a number of live scientific lectures, including top science from leading researchers ar…
  • Common Clinical Estimates of Kidney Function May Not Accurately Assess Indian Patients
    Pilot study finds that considering body composition rather than weight could improve patient management Charlottesville, Va. (June 25, 2019)—A common metric for monitoring kidney health may not accurately represent the kidney function of Indian patients. However, tweaks to an older assessment formula may better measure kidney health in this patient population, according to new research presented t…
  • APS Advises NIH on Improving Animal Research
    APS submitted comments in response to an NIH Request for Information on Enhancing Rigor, Transparency, and Translatability to Improve Biomedical Research Involving Animal Models (NOT-OD-20-130). These suggestions will go to a Working Group of the Advisory Committee to the Director that has been asked to recommend steps the agency can take to improve research quality.
  • Nakamura-Reproducibility
  • Expediting Protocol Changes with Veterinary Verification and Consultation
    Summary of OLAW guidance on how IACUCs can implement Veterinary Verification and Consultation to simplify the process of incorporating certain changes into active animal protocols.
  • WEBINAR SERIES—Science of Aging: A Physiological and Translational Perspective

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