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MÉT Hírlevél 2017/14. szám

MÉT HÍRLEVÉL 2017/14. szám 2017. április 7.
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TÁRSASÁGI HÍREK TÁRSASÁGI HÍREK TÁRSASÁGI HÍREK
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Dear Colleagues and Friends,

As you probably know, FEPS 2017, the joint meeting of FEPS (Federation of European Physiological Societies) and the Austrian Physiological Society will take place in Vienna.

Together with our partners, the Physiological Societies from the Czech Republic, France, Italy, Slovakia, Slovenia, Switzerland, and Turkey, we will host this meeting from September 13th to 15th 2017 at the Campus of the University of Vienna. Detailed information about the meeting can be found under www.feps2017.org.

This conference will include the “European Young Physiologists’ Symposium, EYPS” (see attached flyer). We would like to invite early researchers (PhD-students and young postdocs) to submit abstracts for the EYPS (together with their CV and a recommendation letter from their supervisor) directly to Ez az e-mail-cím a szpemrobotok elleni védelem alatt áll. Megtekintéséhez engedélyeznie kell a JavaScript használatát..

There will be awards and a special EYPS party.

As far as the FEPS2017-meeting itself is concerned:

We are very glad and honored that we can confirm the following keynote speakers and symposia

Keynote speakers

Marian Joëls, NL (FEPS lecture)

Bente Klarlund Pedersen, DK (public lecture)

Martin Biel, DE

Barbara Demeneix, FR

Lora Heisler, GB

Symposia

Morton B.Thomsen, DK: Exhale negativity-chloride currents in the cardiovascular system

Antonio Zaza, IT: Intracellular Ca2+-compartments in cardiac physiology and disease

Erdal Agar, TR: Cerebrovascular disorders: Pathophysiological and pharmacological approaches

Antonio Colantuoni, IT: Microvascular mechanisms under different pathophysiological conditions

Ingrid Fleming, DE: Brute force and signaling: concepts in vascular mechanotransduction

Michal Javorka, SK: Cardiovascular oscillations: from signal to physiological interpretation

Andrea Olschewski, AT, Grazyna Kwapiszewska, AT: The meeting point: transcription factors in the pulmonary circulation

Johann Wojta, AT: Monocyte subsets in cardiovascular biology

Georges Leftheriotis, FR: Recent advances in molecular physiology: metabolomics and beyond

Israel Sekler, IL, Alexej Verkratsky, GB: Mitochondrial and cell membrane Ca2+ and Na+ signaling in health and disease

Simone Mafalda Rodrigues Camargo, CH: Pancreas: Physiology and disease

Marjan Slak Rupnik, AT: Structure and function in islets of Langerhans in health and disease

Peter Holzer, AT: Pain induced by local acidosis

Jan Svoboda, CZ: Place navigation in dynamic world in healthy and disordered brain

Robert Zorec, SI: Exciting mechanisms of neuroglial excitability

Nina D. Ullrich, DE: Current trends in cell therapy for functional recovery of the diseased heart

Fabio Benfenati, IT: Retina Degeneration: New technologies for the bionic retina

Bottinelli, IT: The cellular and molecular mechanisms controlling skeletal muscle plasticity

Please distribute this information to your colleagues and friends.

We are looking forward to meeting you all at the EYPS2017 symposium at FEPS2017in Vienna!

Best wishes,

Margarethe Geiger (on behalf of the local organizers)

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