EB2020 Symposium: Using History of Physiology in Teaching About Science as a Research Endeavor, 3:30 pm Monday, April 6, 2020, San Diego,CA

  • 25/09/2019 8:01 AM
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    Anonymous

    For EB2020 in San Diego, Nancy Pelaez (Purdue University) was invited to chair a symposium for the History of Physiology Group. The session will be co-chaired by Erica Wehrwein (Michigan State University) with a panel discussion to follow three talks: 

    Revisiting the Physiological Cost of Negative Work According to Abbott, Bigland & Ritchie (1952) as a Team-based Exercise Physiology Laboratory Activity
    Steven Elmer — Kinesiology and Integrative Physiology, Michigan Technological University

    Using Walter B. Cannon’s Investigations on Homeostasis to Teach of and about Science
    Aekam Boyan — Biological Sciences & The Mallinson Inst. for Science Ed., Western Michigan University

    Strategies for Using the History of Experimentation in Physiology to Teach Issues Associated with the Nature of Science
    David Rudge — Biological Sciences & The Mallinson Inst. for Science Ed., Western Michigan University

    Experimental Biology 2020 welcomes everyone with interest in anatomy, biochemistry, investigative pathology, molecular pharmacology, physiology and teaching students about these disciplines. Abstract submission is now open, and the EB 2020 abstract deadline is Thursday, Nov. 14, 2019, at 11:59 PM PST, see https://experimentalbiology.org


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