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Physiology is the integrative study of cellular and whole-body function, and is the pivotal discipline linking other basic biomedical sciences on the one hand with experimental and clinical medicine on the other. We are a teaching- and research-intensive department focusing on advanced studies in cardiovascular physiology, cellular and systems neurophysiology, cellular and molecular physiology, endocrinology, fetal/neonatal physiology, membrane biophysics and transport physiology, renal physiology, respiratory physiology, vision, and the interfaces between these fields.
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It's our 100th Anniversary in 2014!
As the oldest department in the Faculty of Medicine & Dentistry the Department of Physiology will be celebrating its Centennial in 2014.
To start the celebration the department launched its book "One Hundred Years of Physiology 1914 - 2014" at the University Faculty Club on Friday, November 8, 2013.
If you would like more information about the event and the interesting story of our first Chair, Dr Heber H Moshier, who helped raise and organized the 11th Canadian Field Ambulance Battalion in WWI, part of the Canadian Army Medical Corps please follow the links below:
Graduate Student Research Day - Friday, March 14th at the Royal Mayfair Golf and Country Club from 8:30 until 4:30