Physiological -Omics Group
helix-lgOmic-related sciences provide a unique opportunity to revolutionize the discipline of physiology. The Physiological -Omics Group was established in 2000 in recognition of such an opportunity and to facilitate their integration with physiology. The –Omics Group serves as a bridge between physiology and omic-related sciences. It provides a forum for communication and collaboration among physiologists with an interest in omic-related sciences, including but not limited to: genomics, proteomics, metabolomics, systems biology, computational biology, bioinformatics, genetics, and gene manipulation and molecular intervention.

To become a member of the -Omics Group, please log into the APS member-only site, add the PO Group to your section/group affiliation, and subscribe to the PO Listserv. You do not have to change your affiliation with any other sections or groups.


 

Resources for Physiological - Omics Group

5-th Annual Physiological Genomics Group 2018 Annual Research Conference

Agenda

Advisory Committee

Physiological -Omics Group Advisory Committee

Article: “Celebrating Physiological Genomics at the 125th Anniversary of the American Physiological Society"

Link to Physiological Genomics Group Article published in Physiological Genomics , titled “Celebrating Physiological Genomics at the 125th Anniversary of the American Physiological Society"

Bylaws

Physiological -Omics Group Bylaws

Group Awards

Physiological -Omics Group Award Descriptions and Apply Line

Steering Committee

Physiological -Omics Group Steering Committee

Support the Physiological -Omics Group

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