Europhysiology 2022

This meeting, which will take place in Copenhagen from September 15-18th, is the latest in the series of Europhysiology congresses initiated in London in 2018. As the SPS will be this year’s host, we encourage all of you to attend for what will surely be a memorable experience. Indeed, we are proud to present a high quality scientific program, including 7 pre-symposia on specific themes, and also engaging social activities. Travel grants are available to support the travel and accommodations of junior SPS members. Please contact us with any questions. We look forward to seeing you in Copenhagen!

Abstract submission for Europhysiology 2022 is open

Registration for Europhysiology 2022 is open

Best wishes,
 
SPS Executive Committee

Travel grants for SPS members

If you are a master student, a PhD student or a post doc you may apply for a travel grant to participate in this year’s SPS meeting – Europhysiology 2022. Other scientists can also apply, but students will be prioritised. Successful applicants will be awarded reimbursement of a maximum sum of 10.000 SEK for expenses to cover the following: Conference fee, travel, accommodation and official conference dinner. Application deadline: May 25. You will receive an answer to your application by June 15 or  at latest July 15 (waiting list). You must be a member of the SPS in order to apply, but you may apply for membership simultaneously by filling in the Membership Application Form. This form should be sent by email to contact@scandphys.org as soon as possible, no later than May 25. A scientific relation to one of the Nordic countries is required to be eligible for SPS membership. Please indicate briefly in the application email who you are, where you work, and the nature of your Nordic connection.Grants will be awarded by the SPS Executive Committee according to the following priorities:


1.      Participants presenting at the conference (oral or poster)

2.      Participants attending both a special interest group (SIG) satellite symposia and the main conference

3.      Master, PhD students and post docs

4.      Applicants with current SPS membership with dues paid, or lifetime members

5.      New SPS member applicants

To apply for the travel grant, follow this link: https://nettskjema.no/a/255138

EDITORIAL

Open access to Ukrainian thoughts, not to their soil

Europe is aflame, turmoil leaves many speechless.

Now is the time we stand up for human rights.

Now is the time we withstand disinformation and science abuse.

Now is the time we divert attention from items secondary, to saving lives and freedom of speech.

Now is the time we act as one, no boarder can separate.

Now is the time for truth. The truth of lives taken from youths for the satisfaction of few.

How high must the toll be before we, with vision for a better world, abandon indifference to make a difference? May the call echo to scientists of the world: Use your knowledge and abilities in any way, to stop actions unworthy for humans with open hearts and minds.

Acta Physiologica provides open access to obituaries of fallen scholars from all nations. Scholars dearly missed, but never forgotten. Their lives ceased, their visions not.

Acta Physiologica provides open access to editorials coauthored by scientists of nations at war. Editorials making clear the nature of true leadership, the falsehood of violence and that bloodshed never brings glory.

Anyone not believing in miracles is not a realist, Ben Gurion.

Hope. Act. Now.

Pontus Persson

Chief Editor

Charité, Institute of Vegetative Physiology, Charité – Universitätsmedizin Berlin

pontus.persson@charite.de

How to cite this article: Persson PB. Open access to Ukraniain thoughts, not their soil. Acta Physiol. 22;00:e13810. Doi:10.1111/apha.13810