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Programme
Physiology 2011

The scientific programme will feature...

...from all Themes within physiology.

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Physiology 2011
Cardiac & Respiratory Physiology Cardiac & Respiratory Physiology
Cellular & Integrative Neuroscience Cellular & Integrative Neuroscience
Epithelia & Membrane Transport Epithelia & Membrane Transport
Human & Exercise Physiology Human & Exercise Physiology
Metabolism & Endocrinology Metabolism & Endocrinology
Vascular & Smooth Muscle Physiology Vascular & Smooth Muscle Physiology

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Plenary Lectures
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Sharpey-Schafer Prize Lecture
Building a hair cell
Walter Marcotti (
University of Sheffield, UK)
Monday 11 July
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Paton Prize Lecture
100th anniversary of the Anglo-American high altitude expedition to Pikes Peak
John West (
University of California, San Diego, USA)
Tuesday 12 July
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Annual Public Lecture of The Physiological Society
Light, Clocks and Sleep
Russell Foster (
University of Oxford, UK)
Tuesday 12 July
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Annual Review Prize Lecture
Releasing the Brake on Plasticity: unexpected help from immune molecules
Carla Shatz (
Stanford University, California, USA)
Wednesday 13 July
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Michael de Burgh Daly Prize Lecture
Regulation and functional significance of cardio-respiratory interactions in vertebrates
Tobias Wang (
University of Aarhus, Denmark)
Thursday 14 July
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Symposia
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Cardiac & Respiratory Physiology

Challenges and opportunities for undergraduate research projects (Teaching Symposium)
Organised by Judy Harris
University of Bristol, UK



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Tuesday 12 July

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Cardiac & Respiratory Physiology

Stem cell therapy for the heart
Organised by Kieran Clarke and Carolyn Carr
University of Oxford, UK



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Tuesday 12 July
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Cardiac & Respiratory Physiology

Molecular basis for electrical signalling in the cardiovascular and nervous systems
Organised by David Fedida and Chris Ahern
University of British Columbia, Canada



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Wednesday 13 July
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Cardiac & Respiratory Physiology

Intracellular calcium and cardiac arrhythmias
Organised by Luigi Venetucci and David Eisner
University of Manchester, UK



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Thursday 14 July

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Cellular & Integrative Neuroscience

Imaging plasticity: from cells to brains (Young Physiologists' Symposium)
Organised by Nicola Filipini, Leah Herrgen, Louise Kay, Chris Martin, Charlotte Stagg, and Helen Stolp University of Oxford, UK



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Sunday 10 July
& Monday 11 July
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Cellular & Integrative Neuroscience

Plasticity, structure and function of the brain (Festschrift in honour of Colin Blakemore)
Organised by Andrew Parker, University of Oxford, UK
and Ian Thompson, King's College London, UK



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Monday 11 July
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Cellular & Integrative Neuroscience

Reading the brain
Organised by Jan Schnupp and Benjamin Willmore
University of Oxford, UK



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Tuesday 12 July
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Cellular & Integrative Neuroscience

Human hand function: the limitations of brain and brawn
Organised by Richard Fitzpatrick and Simon Gandevia
Neuroscience Research Australia and University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia



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Wednesday 13 July
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Cellular & Integrative Neuroscience

Cellular and integrative functions of purines
Organised by Bruno Frenguelli and Mark Wall
University of Warwick, UK



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Thursday 14 July

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Epithelia & Membrane Transport

Local and systemic implications of epithelial transport regulation
Organised by Christoph Korbmacher, University of Erlangen-Nuremberg, Germany
and Richard Boyd, University of Oxford, UK



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Tuesday 12 July
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Epithelia & Membrane Transport

The anoctamin (TMEM16) gene family: Calcium-activated chloride channels come of age
Organised by John Winpenny, University of East Anglia, UK
and Michael Gray, Newcastle University, UK



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Wednesday 13 July
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Epithelia & Membrane Transport

Epithelial transport during infection and inflammation
Organised by John Hanrahan, McGill University, Montreal, Canada
and Deborah Baines, St George's University of London, UK



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Thursday 14 July

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Human & Exercise Physiology

Neural control of the circulation: Exercise
Organised by Peter Raven, University of North Texas, Fort Worth, USA
and David Paterson, University of Oxford, UK



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Tuesday 12 July
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Human & Exercise Physiology

Sex and autonomic activity in humans
Organised by Michael Joyner, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, USA
and Jason Carter, Michigan Technological University, Houghton, USA



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Wednesday 13 July
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Human & Exercise Physiology

Developments in chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, and challenges for future research
Organised by Mary Morrell, Imperial College London, UK
and Ken O'Halloran, University College Dublin, RoI



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Thursday 14 July

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Metabolism & Endocrinology

Proton signals and sensors
Organised by Richard Vaughan-Jones
University of Oxford, UK



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Tuesday 12 July
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Metabolism & Endocrinology

Central and peripheral messengers of metabolism
Organised by Willis Samson
Saint Louis University, USA



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Wednesday 13 July
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Metabolism & Endocrinology

Neuro-endocrine-immune interactions in reproduction
Organised by Alison Douglas
University of Edinburgh, UK



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Thursday 14 July

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Vascular & Smooth Muscle Physiology

Smooth muscle and endothelial cell signaling microdomains: Implications for vascular function
Organised by Ron Lynch, University of Arizona, Tucson, USA
and Christopher Garland, University of Oxford, UK



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Tuesday 12 July
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Vascular & Smooth Muscle Physiology

Vascular control by the extracellular matrix
Organised by Ulrich Pohl
Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität, Munich, Germany



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Wednesday 13 July
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Vascular & Smooth Muscle Physiology Smooth muscle remodeling: Perspectives and mechanisms
Organised by Iain Greenwood, St George's University of London, UK
and Rachel Tribe, King's College London, UK


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Thursday 14 July

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