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.
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Advocate national science policy and strengthen public understanding of physiology.
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.
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A list of annual giving opportunities to support APS Programs.