Physiological Genomics Interest Group
helix-lgGenome-related sciences provide a unique opportunity to revolutionize the discipline of physiology.  The Physiological Genomics (PG) Group was established in 2000 in recognition of such an opportunity and to facilitate their integration with physiology.  The PG Group serves as a bridge between physiology and genome-related sciences.  It  provides a forum for communication and collaboration among physiologists with an interest in genome-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 PG Group, please log into the APS member-only site, add the PG Group to your section/group affiliation, and subscribe to the PG Listserv.  You do not have to change your affiliation with any other sections or groups.

 

Resources for Physiological Genomics Group

Advisory Committee

Physiological Genomics Interest 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 Genomics Interest Group Bylaws

Group Awards

Physiological Genomics Group Award Descriptions and Apply Line

Steering Committee

Physiological Genomics Interest Group Steering Committee

Support the Physiological Genomics Group

Help us support group activities.

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