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Professor David Paterson has been made a Fellow of the American Physiological Society, joining a distinguished class of 2019.

David in his office by the window.

Head of Department and Professor of Cardiovascular Physiology David Paterson has been elevated to American Physiological Society Fellow.

The rank of Fellow is an elite member status reserved to honour distinguished leaders who have demonstrated excellence in science, have made significant contributions to the physiological sciences and served the Society. 

 

It is a pleasure to be one of the first UK physiologists to receive this honour. - Prof Paterson

The American Physiological Society was founded in 1887 by twenty-eight doctors and scientists to promote the advancement of physiology and facilitate interaction among American physiologists. The Society now connects a multidisciplinary community of scientists from around the world, focusing on collaboration and highlighting new discoveries in physiology and related sciences.

The FAPS Class of 2019 can be found here.

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