Meeting Announcements

World Congress of Basic and Clinical Pharmacology

Kyoto, Japan
July 01-06, 2018

The International Union of Basic and Clinical Pharmacology invites you to participate in the quadrennial congress in Kyoto, Japan on July 1 – 6, 2018. Abstract submissions and Young Investigator Competition applicants are accepted through December 14th, 2017. Of particular interest will be the symposia on Endothelial Mechanosensing in Vascular Physiology and Disease organized by Stefan Offermanns and Naoik Mochizuki as well as GPCR and RhoA Signaling in Physiology and Disease organized by Joan Heller Brown. We look forward to welcoming you in Kyoto!

9th FAOPS Congress

Kobe, Japan
March 28-31, 2019

On behalf of the Organizing Committee, I am pleased to invite you to participate in the 9th Federation of the Asian and Oceanian Physiological Society Congress (FAOPS2019) from March 28th to March 31th, 2019, in Kobe, Japan. FAOPS2019 will held in conjunction with the 96th Annual Meeting of The Physiological Society of Japan. The theme for the congress is "Philosophy of Life: Function and Mechanisms." We anticipate 2,000 registrations from Asian and Oceanian countries, who share an interest in all aspects of Physiological Sciences, including advanced research and translational physiology. The congress will also be associated with Teaching Workshops and Training Courses for young researchers. There will be numerous opportunities to gain new knowledge, share technical expertise and the latest research discoveries, and to enjoy scientific and educational interactions.

In addition to attending the congress, we invite you to experience Japan. The congress will be held during the beautiful cherry blossom season, and the location is convenient for visiting some of Japan's most exciting and historical places, such as Osaka, Tokyo and Kyoto.

Please note the dates in your diary, and we are looking forward to seeing you and your colleagues in Kobe, Japan for FAOPS2019!

Yours Sincerely,

Junichi Nabekura, President of FAOPS2019

Yoshinori Marunaka, President of The Physiological Society of Japan