Nebraska Physiological Society Meeting, October 4, 2013 - Call for Abstracts and Registration
Monday, August 19, 2013 -
Saturday, September 7, 2013
Nebraska Physiological Society Meeting - Call for Abstracts and Registration
The Nebraska Physiological Society is a non-profit organization formed in 1997 as the Nebraska Chapter of the American Physiological Society. NPS fosters interdisciplinary contacts among researchers interested in the physiological sciences and in the education of the general public and future physiologists. The purpose of this one-day conference is designed for individuals interested in physiology research and teaching to exchange ideas.
Conference highlights include keynote addresses from:
Jonathan Aaltonen – Reproductive Sciences Lab Supervisor, Henry Doorly Zoo
“A walk on the wild side: an alternative career path in physiology”
Dr. William Talman, M.D. – Department of Neurology, University of Iowa
“SPEAK FOR YOURSELF!”
Dr. Jeffrey French, Ph.D. – Department of Psychology, University of Nebraska Omaha
“Social Neuroscience: Neuroendocrine Substrates of Sociality in Marmoset Monkeys”
We are also offering three concurrent Breakout Sessions: 1) Graduate Students -Poster/presentation skills lecture taught using APS resources presented by Dr. Myron Toews. 2) Postdocs/Research Associates -How to do a chalk talk presented by Dr. Irving H. Zucker. 3) Faculty - AD Instruments Research Demonstration
The symposium includes poster presentations from faculty, postdoctoral/research associate fellows and students. Abstracts can be new or recently presented material.
Full details, including featured speakers, meeting registration and abstract submission can be found at
Call (402) 559-4426 with questions.