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APS members work at the frontiers of science to advance our understanding of life and health. Their efforts are leading to treatments for the deadliest and most debilitating diseases affecting humans and enhancing our understanding of topics like genetics, neuroscience, obesity and sex differences. You can be part of this vibrant community.

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Our Members Making a Difference

  • Portrait of Dee U. Silverthorn, PhD, FAPS

    Dee U. Silverthorn, PhD, FAPS Distinguished Teaching Professor of Physiology, Dell Medical School, University of Texas at Austin

    APS Member Since 1977
    Spreading the Love for Physiology Globally
    Reaching the world through her best-selling textbook Learn More
  • Portrait of Michael S. Hedrick, PhD, FAPS

    Michael S. Hedrick, PhD, FAPS Professor, Department of Biological Sciences, California State University, East Bay

    APS Member Since 1991
    Lessons from Baby Alligators
    Exploring how vertebrate cardiovascular systems evolved to thrive in low-oxygen environments Learn More
  • Portrait of Bina Joe, PhD

    Bina Joe, PhD Distinguished University Professor, Chair, Department of Physiology and Pharmacology, University of Toledo College of Medicine and Life Sciences

    APS Member Since 2004
    Decreasing Risk for Hypertension

    Learning to control blood pressure through our microbiomes

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