|June 12 2023||Extended abstract submission deadline|
|June 5 2023||Early-bird registration closes|
|August 1 2023||Deadline for late-breaking posters|
|Aug 31 2023||Deadline for registration|
|Sept 14-16 2023||Physiology in Focus|
Physiology in Focus 2023 presents an exciting programme featuring exceptional plenaries, keynote lectures and cutting-edge symposia. To ensure a strong fingerprint from you, the active physiologists, the programme is founded by the enthusiasm of Special Interest Groups and Early Career Physiologists engaging in topic-specific pre-meetings and the legendary FEPS-sponsored early career investigators' symposium.
The overall structure of the programme has been designed to provide a balanced selection of contributions invited by the symposia organisers and contributions selected from the submitted abstracts. The topics of the symposia were nominated by the Special Interest Groups and are described separately together with the confirmed speakers. In addition, separate oral sessions are expected to be based only on the submitted abstracts. The scientific committee will balance the selected contributions by established and early career researchers providing a forum for scientists at all phases of their career.
The meeting will be preceded by pre-conference symposia, traditional for the meetings of the participating societies. The programme for the pre-conference symposia is composed by the Special Interest Groups and a committee of Early Career Physiologists.
We have made sure that you have plenty of time for your travelling arrangements by keeping Sunday free and finishing the meeting on Saturday evening. This should allow all the participants to use Sunday for sightseeing and/or travelling back home.
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Plenary: Ole Holger Petersen - "Watching living cells in action in the pancreas"
Plenary: Jens Juul Holst - "Future therapy of obesity and type 2 diabetes based on the physiological actions of a gut hormone"