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APS Contact: Stacy Brooks

Email: sbrooks@the-aps.org

Phone: 301.634.7209

Twitter: @APSPhysiology


Take Your Message to the Media! Attend the APS Communications Symposium

Alan Alda Center to host interactive workshop at Experimental Biology in Boston

Join the Alan Alda Center for Communicating Science for the APS symposium: "Communicating with the Media" on Saturday (3/28) from 3:15-5:15 in BCEC Rm. 207. Learn how to clearly and concisely share your messages with reporters, the lay public, and the public information officer at your institution. The workshop will be led by Evonne Kaplan-Liss, MD, MPH, FAAP, and Graham Chedd of the Alan Alda Center.

    Evonne Kaplan-Liss is a clinical associate professor of preventive medicine at SUNY Stony Brook and is a member of the Alan Alda Center steering committee. Read her full bio.
   Mr. Chedd is a visiting professor at the Alan Alda Center at Stony Brook University. He is the producer of all of Alan Alda’s science shows on PBS, including 11 seasons of Scientific American Frontiers and the mini-series The Human Spark and Brains on Trial. Read his full bio.

The symposium is open to all EB attendees. We'll see you there!

Physiology is the study of how molecules, cells, tissues and organs function in health and disease. Established in 1887, the American Physiological Society (APS) was the first U.S. society in the biomedical sciences field. The Society represents more than 10,500 members and publishes 15 peer-reviewed journals with a worldwide readership.

 


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