Sue Moenter and Christy Carter-Su give APS distinguished award lectures at the 2022 Experimental Biology Meeting
Two MIP faculty will present the American Physiological Society’s (APS) most distinguished award lectures at the APS annual meeting at Experimental Biology (EB) 2022. The meeting will be held in Philadelphia April 2–5. This year’s exceptional honorees will present their lectures throughout the EB meeting, culminating with the APS Nobel Prize Award Lecture on Tuesday, April 5.
Christin Carter-Su, PhD, of the University of Michigan Medical School, will give the 2022 Physiology in Perspective: The Walter B. Cannon Award Lecture. This lectureship is the most prestigious award that APS bestows and recognizes the lifetime achievement of an outstanding physiological scientist and APS member. Carter-Su will present “An Ode to Signal Transduction: How the Growth Hormone Pathway Revealed Insight into Height, Malignancy and Obesity” on Sunday, April 3, at 5:40 p.m. EDT in Philadelphia Convention Center (PCC) Ballroom A.
Suzanne Moenter, PhD, of the University of Michigan, is the 2022 recipient of the Bodil M. Schmidt-Nielsen Distinguished Mentor and Scientist Award. This award honors an APS member who has made outstanding contributions to physiological research and demonstrated dedication and commitment to mentorship. Moenter will share her thoughts on mentoring on Sunday, April 3, at 12:15 p.m. EDT in PCC Room 202B.
Read more about these and other recipients of 2022 distinguished lectureships on the APS website.
About Experimental Biology 2022
Experimental Biology is the annual meeting of five societies that explores the latest research in physiology, anatomy, biochemistry and molecular biology, investigative pathology and pharmacology. With a mission to share the newest scientific concepts and research findings shaping clinical advances, the meeting offers an unparalleled opportunity for global exchange among scientists who represent dozens of scientific areas, from laboratory to translational to clinical research.
About the American Physiological Society
Physiology is a broad area of scientific inquiry that focuses on how molecules, cells, tissues and organs function in health and disease. The American Physiological Society connects a global, multidisciplinary community of more than 10,000 biomedical scientists and educators as part of its mission to advance scientific discovery, understand life and improve health. The Society drives collaboration and spotlights scientific discoveries through its 16 scholarly journals and programming that support researchers and educators in their work.
Source: American Physiological Society, https://www.physiology.org/detail/news/2022/03/15/nobel-laureate-esteemed-physiologists-to-deliver-prestigious-award-lectures-at-experimental-biology?SSO=Y