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"In physiology, as in all other sciences, no discovery is useless, no curiosity misplaced or too ambitious, and we may be certain that every advance achieved in the quest of pure knowledge will sooner or later play its part in the service of man." — Ernest Henry Starling
The APS Integrative Organismal Systems Physiology (IOSP) fellowship provides hands-on summer research experience for undergraduate underrepresented students interested in exploring comparative and evolutionary biology research careers. The program provides exposure to IOS mission areas of comparative and evolutionary research.
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The Comparative and Evolutionary Physiology Section fosters an integrative approach to physiological problem solving.
NSF is an independent federal agency created by Congress in 1950 "to promote the progress of science; to advance the national health, prosperity, and welfare; to secure the national defense….”
The NSF IOS Division supports research aimed at improving our understanding of organisms as integrated units of biological organization.
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