Physiologists in Training Distinguished Lecture

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Physiologists in Training Distinguished Lecture

The Physiologists in Training Distinguished Lecture is a trainee-organized distinguished lecture. It provides an opportunity for trainees and faculty to hear from distinguished scientists who have made major scientific contributions in their field. Each speaker is selected by the trainees of the Department of Physiology and Biophysics.


Alyssa H. Hasty, PhD
"Immune Memory to Weight Loss and Regain"

2019Lisa CassisLisa Cassis, PhD
"Sex Differences in Vascular Diseases"
2018Gregg SemenzaGregg Semenza, MD, PhD
"Hypoxia-Inducible Factors in Physiology and Medicine"
2017Suzanne OparilSuzanne Oparil, MD
"My Road to Academic Cardiology"
2016Edward LakattaEdward Lakatta, MD
"So What's Aging? Is Arterial Aging a Disease?"
2015Michael JoynerMichael Joyner, MD
"Our Physiological Future"
2014Charles LangCharles Lang, PhD
"Age-Associated Acceleration of Alcoholic Myopathy"

2013Peter LibbyPeter Libby, MD
"Inflammation in Atherosclerosis: A Translational Tale"