APS/IUPS launch PHYSIOLOGY bimonthly

BETHESDA, MD (July 30, 2004) The American Physiological Society and the International Union of Physiological Sciences (IUPS) in August are launching Physiology, a bimonthly journal of invited articles that identify, review and critically discuss the most important research and developments in the broad, integrative science of physiology.

The editor is Dr. Walter Boron, MD, PhD, professor in the Department of Cellular and Molecular Physiology at the Yale University School of Medicine, who for past year has been editor of News in Physiological Sciences (NIPS), a predecessor to Physiology. Dr. Boron also is a former President of APS, which was founded in 1887, has more than 10,000 members and publishes almost 4,000 articles annually in its 14 peer-reviewed journals.

Associate editors are Michael Caplan, professor at Yale's Department of Cell and Molecular Physiology, and Ulrich Pohl, professor at the Physiology Institute, University of Munich.

"The need for a focal, or 'driving,' publication is really a reflection of the growth of physiology over the past 10 years," Dr. Boron said. He noted that the Human Genome Project--and genome projects for other organisms--have been a major boost to the discipline and its "role in integrating function from the molecule to the whole organism.

"Now that we know the identities of the molecular players, physiologists are working to understand how these molecules work, the roles they play, and how changes in these molecules affect the function of everything from individual cells to the whole organism," Boron said.

Physiology designed to appeal to broader audience

The inaugural August issue of Physiology is going live with all-new features, and a totally new look a new cover concept, and leading-edge integrated artwork by the design firm J/B Woolsey Associates of Philadelphia.

Table of Contents for inaugural August issue of Physiology

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