Giving to APS

The mission of the American Physiological Society (APS) is to promote the discipline of physiology and thereby enhance human and animal health by:

  • disseminating research discoveries,
  • facilitating research and scientific interaction,
  • educating the public, and
  • enabling and inspiring future generations of physiologists.

In order to pursue this mission, we rely on individual, governmental, corporate, and foundation donations to support our programs and efforts. Please help us achieve our goals by giving to APS today!

Support APS Programs


Support programs with the most need.

Education and Diversity

Support education and training in physiology from K-12 to postgraduate students and sponsor greater opportunities for underrepresented individuals in science.

Career and Research Development

Sponsor the career development and research productivity of physiologists.

International Programs

Promote interaction and collaboration with physiologists around the world.

Science Policy and Public Outreach

Advocate national science policy and strengthen public understanding of physiology.

Support APS Sections and Groups

Meet Our Donors and Awardees

Clintoria Williams, PhD

Clintoria Williams is a researcher at Emory University studying diabetic nephropathy and hypertension, with a focus on the roles of calcineurin and NADPH oxidases in the development of the diseases.

Support APS Memorial Funds and Awards

Corporate and Foundation Support

APS Conference Sponsorship Brochure

Opportunities and benefits of sponsoring and APS Conference.

APS Partners

A list of recent contributors to the APS.

Meeting Support Opportunities

A list of giving opportunities to support APS Meetings.

Program Support Opportunities

A list of annual giving opportunities to support APS Programs.

Ways to Give

The Founders Circle

Donor Recognition

APS Annual Report

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