Europhysiology 2018

14 - 16 September 2018

QEII Centre, London, UK

Scandinavian Physiological Society
Deutsche Physiologische Gesellschaft
FEPS

Friday, 14 September

 7.00

 

Registration

     

 9.00

 

Keynote Lectures

Otto Hutter Teaching Prize
Louise Robson, University of Sheffield, UK 
PL001 Harnessing digital technologies to enhance student learning
Churchill, Ground Floor

$100,000 Acta Physiologica Award Lecture
Hayo Castrop, University of Regensburg, Germany
Clcnk2-deficient mice: A model of Bartter's Syndrome type 3
Mountbatten, Sixth Floor

     

9.45

 

Change over period

     

 10.00

 

Symposia

The axon initial segment: A hub for neuronal activity, plasticity and disease
Churchill, Ground Floor

Estrogen, exercise and vascular function
Mountbatten, Sixth Floor

Fructose in physiology: Friend or foe?
St James, Fourth Floor

Oral Communications

Cardiac & Respiratory Physiology
Westminster, Fourth Floor

Epithelia & Membrane Transport
Moore, Fourth Floor

Human & Exercise Physiology
Abbey, Fourth Floor

Education & Teaching
Rutherford, Fourth Floor

     

 11.30

 

Refreshment Break

     

 11.45

 

Plenary Lecture

Frances Ashcroft, University of Oxford, UK
PL002 Sweetness and Light: Impaired regulation of insulin secretion in diabetes
Churchill, Ground Floor

     

 12.45

 

Lunch, Posters & Networking
THIRD AND FIFTH FLOOR

Enhancing the sensitivity of detecting cardiovascular changes: A maths in medicine case study
Churchill, Ground Floor

Early Career Researcher kick-starter by Wiley
Third Floor

Live CrossTalk debate
St James, Fourth Floor

Talking animals: public engagement and animal research
Mountbatten, Sixth Floor

     

14.15

 

Symposia

Innovations in physiology education
Churchill, Ground Floor

Nanodomain signaling in cardiac myocytes
Mountbatten, Sixth Floor

Sex matters - beyond the obvious
St James, Fourth Floor

Oral Communications A

Metabolism & Endocrinology
Westminster, Fourth Floor

Neuroscience
Moore, Fourth Floor

Vascular & Smooth Muscle Physiology
Abbey, Fourth Floor

     

15.45

 

Change over period

     

16.00

 

Keynote Lectures

Mike Ludwig, University of Edinburgh, UK
PL003 Diversity of peptide signalling in the brain: of whispered secrets and public announcements
Mountbatten, Sixth Floor

Robert Fenton, Aarhus University, Denmark
PL004 The ins and outs of protein trafficking - a "complex" story?
Churchill, Ground Floor

     

 16.45

 

Poster Communication Session A

FIFTH FLOOR
Cardiac & Respiratory Physiology
Education & Teaching
Epithelia & Membrane Transport

THIRD FLOOR
Human & Exercise Physiology

Metabolism & Endocrinology
Neuroscience
Vascular & Smooth Muscle Physiology

 

     

 18.30

 

The Physiological Society Annual Public Lecture
Daniel Martin, University College London, UK
PL005 From mountains to the bedside: Lessons learnt from Everest
Churchill, Ground Floor

 19.30

 

Welcome Reception
Third Floor, and Fifth Floor