Chapters

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The American Physiological Society Chapter Program is designed to promote at the local level, the general objectives of the Society, including its goal of interdisciplinary contracts among research workers interested in the physiological sciences and education of the general public and future physiologists. Each chapter should be incorporated, by the organizers of the chapter, under the local laws of the state in which the chapter is located.

If you are interested in starting a local chapter, please click on “Chapter Guidelines” listed on the left-side menu of this webpage.

Arizona Physiological Society

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The purpose of the Arizona Physiological Society (AzPS) is to promote the discipline of physiology; advance physiological research and teaching; facilitate teaching and research forums for students and young
Greater Washington D.C. Area Physiological Society

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The Greater Washington D.C. Area Physiological Chapter formation committee has submitted a petition to be recognized as an official
Gulf Coast Physiological Society

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The GCPS was founded in 1999 as a professional association of physiologists in Louisiana, Mississippi and Alabama. It was established to foster collaborative interactions related to
Indiana Physiological Society

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The purpose of the Indiana Society is to promote the increase of physiological knowledge, its dissemination, and its utilization in the state of Indiana. Advancing the field of physiology will be sought in
Iowa Physiological Society

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The mission of the Iowa Physiological Society (IPS) is to unite physiologists in enhancing, networking and advancing physiology throughout the State of Iowa. This is at the molecular, cellular, organ and
Kentucky Physiological Society

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The purpose of the Kentucky Physiological Society is to promote the increase of physiological knowledge, its dissemination, and its utilization in the state of Kentucky. Advancing the field of physiology will
Michigan Physiological Society

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The purpose of the Michigan Physiological Society is to promote an increase of integrative physiological knowledge, its dissemination and its utilization in the state of Michigan. The Society will provide
Midwest Physiological Society

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The Midwest Physiological Society (MPS) was formally accepted as the third APS chapter in April 1997. The Midwest Physiological Society currently is composed of physiologists from
Missouri Physiological Society

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The Missouri Physiological Society Chapter has been recognized as an official APS chapter. In May, 2013 the APS Council approved the chapter bylaws. The
Nebraska Physiological Society

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The Nebraska Physiological Society is a non-profit organization formed in 1997 as the Nebraska Chapter of the American Physiological Society. NPS fosters interdisciplinary contacts among researchers
Ohio Physiological Society

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The Ohio Physiological Society (OPS) became the first APS chapter during the Spring Meeting of Council in 1995. The OPS was founded in 1986 as a professional association of Ohio physiologists. It
Oklahoma Physiological Society

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The Oklahoma Society of Physiologists is an organization of scientists, educators, and students in the State of Oklahoma dedicated to promoting research and education in the physiological sciences at
Pennsylvania Physiological Society Chapter

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The Pennsylvania Physiological Society Chapter formation committee has submitted a request to be recognized as an official APS chapter. The APS Council
Puerto Rico Physiological Society

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The Puerto Rico Physiological Society is a professional association of Puerto Rico residents interested in the physiological sciences, whose purpose is to advance the field through the discussion of
Tennessee Physiological Society

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The Tennessee Physiological Society (TPS) was founded in 2009 and organized as a professional association of Tennessee Physiologists whose purpose is to enhance and advance the field
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