Europhysiology 2018

14 - 16 September 2018

QEII Centre, London, UK

Scandinavian Physiological Society
Deutsche Physiologische Gesellschaft
FEPS

Sunday, 16 September

 7.00

 

Registration

     

 9.00

 

Keynote Lectures

The Physiological Society Michael de Burgh Daly Prize Lecture
Katrin Schröder, University of Frankfurt, Germany
PL009 Nox4 - multiple functions of a NADPH oxidase in health and disease
Churchill, Ground Floor

Jan Erik Siemens, University of Heidelberg, Germany
PL010 TRP ion channels – Multimodal sensors and guardians of homeostasis
Mountbatten, Sixth Floor

     

 9.45

 

Change over period

     

 10.00

 

Symposia

The dynamic response of mitochondria to exercise
Mountbatten, Sixth Floor

Lysophysiology
St James, Fourth Floor

Novel physiological roles for “ignored” receptors: ignored no more!
Churchill, Ground Floor

Oral communications

Cardiac & Respiratory Physiology
Westminster, Fourth Floor

Neuroscience
Abbey, Fourth Floor

Vascular & Smooth Muscle Physiology
Moore, Fourth Floor

Education & Teaching
Rutherford, Fourth Floor

     

 11.30

 

Refreshment break

     

 11.45

 

Plenary Lecture

Peter Ratcliffe, University of Oxford, UK
PL011 Elucidation of oxygen sensing pathways in human and animal cells: Implications for physiology
Churchill, Ground Floor

     

 12.45

 

Lunch, posters & networking
Late breaking posters
FIFTH FLOOR

Annual General Meeting, The Physiological Society
Gielgud, Second Floor

General Assembly, The Scandinavian Physiological Society
Olivier, Second Floor

     

 14.30

 

Symposia

Microbial fingerprints and bile acid signatures in health and disease
St James, Fourth Floor

Structure-function relation in the myosin II motor
Westminster, Fourth Floor

Sympathetic activity in hypertension: new insights in pathophysiology
Mountbatten, Sixth Floor

Vascular microdomain signaling and possible novel treatments in cardiovascular diseases
Churchill, Ground Floor

Oral communications

Epithelia & Membrane Transport
Moore, Fourth Floor

Human & Exercise Physiology
Abbey, Fourth Floor

Metabolism & Endocrinology
Rutherford, Fourth Floor

     

 16.00

 

Change over period

     

 16.15

 

Keynote Lectures

Benjamin Prosser, University of Pennsylvania, USA
PL012 Tuning the heart beat through cytoskeletal regulation
Mountbatten, Sixth Floor

The Physiological Society Paton Prize Lecture
Josephine Arendt, University of Surrey, UK
PL013 From toads and sheep to chronotherapy: A melatonin story
Churchill, Ground Floor

     

 17.00

 

End of conference