InsideScientific is pleased to announce a new webinar partnership with The American Physiological Society (APS). The goal of the collaboration is to create and present educational webinars focused on high-impact physiology research and the exchange of scientific ideas.
Founded in 1887, the American Physiological Society is a global leader in expanding knowledge related to biological function. They connect a diverse scientific community of nearly 10,000 researchers and educators from around the world, promoting collaboration and highlighting scientific discoveries in physiology and related scientific disciplines. Their members are advancing treatments and cures for everything from cancer and heart disease, to obesity and addiction.
The Society serves the scientific research and educator community in many ways, including:
The webinar partnership brings together APS’ membership of talented physiologists and InsideScientific’s experience presenting digital education programs. In addition, this joint venture will aim to further expand APS’ portfolio of member resources, providing members with the opportunity to present their latest research to the broader scientific community.
“Forming partnerships with companies like InsideScientific allows APS to give our members more value and to present ‘hot’ physiology topics in real time, as they are happening,” said Meeghan De Cagna, MSc, CAE, APS’ chief engagement and partnerships officer. “We’re excited to take our collaborations to the next level and work together in the coming year.”
Starting in 2020, APS and InsideScientific will produce several joint webinar series: the first will focus on the pathophysiology of obesity and cardiometabolic diseases.
“At InsideScientific, we are passionate about bringing high-value, educational content to the global biomedical and life science research communities. Webinars, virtual events and digital media continue to play a bigger role in how science and discovery are shared and understood, so we are very excited to have the opportunity to work with APS as a webinar production partner and help bring top-tier content to their members and the broader physiology community worldwide,” said Andy Henton, Director and Founder of InsideScientific.
For information on upcoming webinars hosted by APS and InsideScientific, please visit www.physiology.org/professional-development/meetings-events.