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Our congratulations to Professor Andrew Parker who has been asked to deliver the Physiological Society's GL Brown prize lecture.

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In 1975 The Physiological Society established this Prize Lecture in memory of Sir George Lindor Brown (1903 –1971) who was an English Physiologist and Fellow of the Royal Society. Professor Parker will give a series of peripatetic lectures this year and, subject to the agreement of the Editorial Board, his lecture is to be published in Experimental Physiology.

These Prize Lectures play an important role in The Society's commitment to advancing and promoting the physiological sciences and recognising outstanding achievements in the discipline.The Physiological Society

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