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Explore our exhibition opportunities below or speak with David G Bennett, +44 (0) 20 7269 5712, dbennett@physoc.org

Again, the exhbition and posters will be the centre of the meeting. This is the perfect opportunity to showcase your latest, cutting-edge techniques and technologies.

Physiology 2011 Exhibition

The Package

- 3m x 2m shell scheme, including:
  - nameboard - carpet
  - two spotlights - one table
  - one mains socket - two chairs
  - wifi internet connection
- Your logo, company name, internet address and 100-word blurb in the meeting programme
- Your logo, company name and a link to your homepage on the meeting website
- Two free registrations for the meeting (with more available at a reduced rate)
- 10% discount on all future bookings with The Physiological Society

[SOLD OUT]

General information

- the exhibition/poster area is in a 45m x 25m secure, level-floored marquee on the cricket pitch at the back of University Club Physiology 2011.
- as with 2010, there will be three main poster sessions per day, when all the delegates will be at the exhibition area:
  - morning refreshments, 10.30–11.15 (longer than Physiology 2010)
  - lunch, 13.15–14.30 (longer than Physiology 2010)
  - poster session with wine/beer/nibbles, 16.00–17.30
- on the floorplan the red booths are already booked.
  - Poster display area A will feature posters from the Themes:
    - Epithelia & Membrane Transport
    - Human & Exercise Physiology
    - Metabolism & Endocrinology
  - Poster display area B will feature posters from the Themes:
    - Cardiac & Respiratory Physiology
    - Cellular & Integrative Neuroscience
    - Vascular & Smooth Muscle Physiology
Physiology 2011
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