The American Physiological Society...125 years later

In honor of the 125th anniversary of The American Physiological Society, a history of its founding was just published in Advances in Physiology Education. It reads like a Who's Who list of some of the most important contributors to our understanding of modern physiology. Where would physiology research be in this country without this important society and the hard work of its founding fathers?

Founders of The American Physiological Society from Ryan, 2013 Founders of The American Physiological Society from Ryan, 2013

To read more about these pioneering men, and the history of physiology in the US, click here.

Source:

Ryan KL. APS at 125: a look back at the founding of the American Physiological Society. Adv Physiol Educ 37:10-14, 2013.

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