IUPS is co-publishing two journals, Physiology and Physiome
Interested in short actual reviews comprising trend-setting topics in all areas of physiological research? Interested in applicable mathematical models based on original publications in physiologic journals?
Then we have to offer you interesting resources!
Physiology is published by the International Union of Physiological Sciences (IUPS) together with the American Physiological Society. Both institutions “collaborate to reflect the wide range of work and interests of international physiology” as stated by the current editor, Gary Sieck. Physiology was launched 2003 as a review journal which in provides actual highlights of physiological research thus promoting physiology as a world-wide discipline of high impact. When scrolling through the issues it becomes evident how broad the discipline of physiology is, and how IUPS and APS members work toward improving human knowledge and life.
Our second journal, Physiome, was launched in September 2020. The term physiome comes from “physio” (life) + “ome” (as a whole), and is intended to provide a quantitative description of physiological dynamics and functional behavior of the intact organism. Peter Hunter, one of the Vice Presidents of IUPS is leading the project. The journal will, with cooperation of mathematicians and physiologists, publish widely applicable mathematical models based on original publications in physiologic journals.