Europhysiology 2018

14 - 16 September 2018

QEII Centre, London, UK

Scandinavian Physiological Society
Deutsche Physiologische Gesellschaft
FEPS

Saturday, 15 September

 7.00

 

Registration

     

 9.00

 

Keynote Lectures

Johannes Backs, University of Heidelberg, Germany
Histone deacetylases as link between cardiac lipid and glucose metabolism
Churchill, Ground Floor

Kari Alitalo, University of Helsinki, Finland
PL006 Therapeutic potential of vascular growth factors
Mountbatten, Sixth Floor

     

9.45

 

Change over period

     

 10.00

 

Symposia

Asking an (un)loaded question: what are the physiological and molecular determinants of atrophy in human skeletal muscle in disuse?
Mountbatten, Sixth Floor

Dysregulation of cellular and microenvironmental pH as a signal driving cancer development
St James, Fourth Floor

Hormone and nutrient sensing in the brain
Churchill, Ground Floor

Thermoregulation and hibernation: utopia or reality for space exploration in humans?
Westminster, Fourth Floor

Oral communications B

Epithelia & Membrane Transport
Abbey, Fourth Floor

Neuroscience
Moore, Fourth Floor

Vascular & Smooth Muscle Physiology
Rutherford, Fourth Floor

     

 11.30

 

Refreshment break

     

 11.45

 

Plenary Lecture

Maiken Nedergaard, University of Copenhagen, Denmark
The glymphatic system
Churchill, Ground Floor

     

 12.45

 

Lunch, posters & networking
Third & Fifth Floor

Publishing for beginners
Mountbatten, Sixth Floor

Open House: What has IUPS ever done for you?
Wordsworth, Fourth Floor

 

     

14.15

 

Symposia

Inflammatory hypoxia
Churchill, Ground Floor

Molecular mechanisms of mechanoprotection, mechanosensation and mechanotransduction in the cardiovascular system
Mountbatten, Sixth Floor

Utilizing single neuron transciptomics and targeting specific brain circuits affecting metabolism with chemogenetics
St James, Fourth Floor

Oral communications B

Cardiac & Respiratory Physiology
Westminster, Fourth Floor

Human & Exercise Physiology
Abbey, Fourth Floor

Metabolism & Endocrinology
Moore, Fourth Floor

Education & Teaching
Rutherford, Fourth Floor

     

15.45

 

Change over period

     

16.00

 

Keynote Lectures

The Physiological Society Bayliss Starling Prize Lecture
Patrick Lewis, University of Reading, UK
PL007 Leucine rich repeat kinase 2: From pathology to physiology and back again
Churchill, Ground Floor

Deutsche Physiologische Gesellschaft Du Bois-Reymond-Award
Markus Rinschen, University College Cologne, Germany
The proteome in kidney physiology and function
Mountbatten, Sixth Floor

     

 16.45

 

Poster Communication Session B

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 Review Lecture
Juleen Zierath, Karolinska Institute, Sweden
PL008 Skeletal muscle mediators and exercise-induced adaptations governing insulin sensitivity in type 2 diabetes
Churchill, Ground Floor

 19.30

 

Conference Dinner
Pickwick, First Floor