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Discounts for members. Early registration is from Feb 4 thru April 26, 2019
Abstract submission will open from April 1 to April 26, 2019.
MPS annual meeting attendees – Did you enjoy your time at the 2018 MPS Annual Meeting at MTU? Was there something you have not stopped thinking about? Anything you hope would be changed in the future? Here is your chance to let us know! Please fill out the below post-meeting survey with your feedback after […]
MPS annual meeting attendees – Thank you for your continued support of the organization as we look back on another successful meeting last week at MTU! We hope everyone made it home safely considering the devastating weather that recently took place in Houghton. Our hearts are with our colleagues there. We would like to request […]
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2017 MPS Annual Meeting Program
The MPS Executive Committee is looking for enthusiastic individuals who are interested in promoting trainee development and advancement via their role on the MPS Trainee Committee. In addition, the current Chair of the Committee, Nusrat Matin, will be stepping down and her replacement will chosen at this time as well. Nominations and self-nominations will be […]
Mark you calendars The 4th annual MPS meeting will take place June 8th and 9th, 2017 at Alma College.
Abstracts are due by March 18th at 11:59 pm EST.
Discounted MPS conference registration is open. Also, now accepting abstracts. In order to submit an abstract one must be a current MPS member and registered for the conference. Abstracts are due by March 18th at 11:59 pm EST.
The Michigan Physiological Society is proud to announce Hannah Carey as the 2016 Keynote Speaker for the upcoming MPS conference in May, 2016 at Wayne State University. Title: Seasonal Remodeling of the Host-Gut Microbe Symbiosis in Hibernation Hibernating mammals undergo dramatic physiological changes during seasonal periods when ambient temperatures are low and food resources are […]