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APS announces its 2002 Distinguished Lectureships

Bethesda, Md. The American Physiological Society (APS) is pleased to announce its Award Lectures and Distinguished Lectureships for 2002. Presentations by award winners will be given at the Experimental Biology meeting in New Orleans, La., on April 20 24, 2002.

Allen W. Cowley, Jr. Medical College of Wisconsin
Physiology in Perspective: The Walter B. Cannon Award Lecture
This is the Societys highest award and is presented to an outstanding physiological scientist. Dr. Cowley will present his lecture on Genomics and Cardiovascular Function on April 20, 2002.

Pontus B. Persson Hmboldt University
The Henry Pickering Bowditch Lectureship

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. Dr. Persson will present his lecture Control of Renin, From Cell Lysates to the Conscious Dog on April 21, 2002.

Adrian Morrison - University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinarian Medicine
The Walter C. Randall Lecture on Biomedical Ethics
The Randall Lectureship, sponsored by the APS and Taylor University, promotes integrity in sciences, especially to students in training, and otherwise fosters the highest ethical standards in biomedical research, publication, teaching and interaction with the public sector. Dr. Morrison will present his lecture Developing an Ethical Position on the Use of Animals for Biomedical Research on April 23, 2002.

DISTINGUISHED LECTURESHIPS

Recipients of these Distinguished Lectureships are chosen by the 12 APS Disciplinary Sections as outstanding contributors and representatives of the best research within their field. Awardees actively participate in the Experimental Biology meeting presenting their lectures and meeting with graduate and postdoctoral students during the meeting.

Albert F. Bennett
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Contact: Stacy Brooks
sbrooks@the-aps.org
301-571-5739
American Physiological Society
14-Nov-2001


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