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APS announces 2004 Distinguished Lecturer Awards

Bethesda, Md. The American Physiological Society (APS) is pleased to announce its Award Lectures and Distinguished Lectureships for 2004. Presentations by award winners will be given at the Experimental Biology meeting in Washington, D.C. on April 17-20, 2004. Members of the press are welcome to attend.

AWARD LECTURES

Christine E. Seidman, M.D. Harvard Medical School
Physiology in Perspective: The Walter B. Cannon Award Lecture
This is the Society's highest award and is presented to an outstanding physiological scientist.
Lecture Presentation: "Human Genetics: New Clues for Physiology and Pathology" on April 17, 2004.

Robin L. Davisson, Ph.D. University of Iowa
The Henry Pickering Bowditch Lecture
This Lectureship is designed to recognize the research promise of an APS member under 42 years of age. The awardee is acknowledged for original and outstanding accomplishments in the field of physiology.
Lecture Presentation: "Unraveling Cardiovascular Disease Through Physiological Genomics" on April 18, 2004.

Kevin Fitzgerald, S.J., Ph.D.
Walter C. Randall Lecture in Biomedical Ethics
The Randall Lectureship, sponsored by the APS and Taylor University, promotes integrity in science, especially to students in training, and otherwise fosters the highest ethical standards in biomedical research, publication, teaching and interaction with the public sector.
Lecture Presentation: "Crossing Species Boundaries: Promethean, Pandoran or Just Plain Science?" on April 20, 2004.

R. Clinton Webb, Ph.D. Medical College of Georgia
Bodil M. Schmidt-Nielsen Distinguished Mentor and Scientist Inaugural Award
2004 is the inaugural year for this award that honors an APS member judged to have made outstanding contributions to physiological research and demonstrated dedication and commitment to excellence in training of young physiologists. An
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Contact: Stacy Brooks
sbrooks@the-aps.org
301-634-7253
American Physiological Society
15-Apr-2004


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