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Invited Lectures


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Year Lecturer Title Issue
1970 R.F Mark The cell biology of memory 2(1)
1971 G.C. Liggins Physiological controlling mechanisms in mammalian parturition 3 (1)
1972 G. Burnstock The autonomic neuroeffector system 4 (1)
1973 J.A. Young Electrolyte transport by salivary epithelia 4 (2)
1974 B. Andersson Central control of body fluid homeostasis 5 (2)
W.A.H. Rushton The chemical basis of human colour vision 5 (2)
1975 M.E. Holman Some aspects of the autonomic nervous system of mammals 7 (1)
R.D. Myers Chemical control of body temperature by the hypothalamus: a model and some mysteries 7 (1)
1976 P.I. Korner Problems of integrative cardiovascular control 7 (2)
L.T. Potter Molecular properties of acetylcholine receptor-channel molecules and an oligomeric model for their activation, inactivation and desensitization 8 (2)
1977 A.K. McIntyre Deep somatic sensibility: a re-appraisal 9 (2)
R.M. Case Secretory processes in exocrine pancreas 9 (1)
1978 F.W. Campbell Recent attempts to link psychophysics with neuro- physiology in vision research 10 (1)
J.B. West Regional differences of function in the lung 10 (1)
1979 E.A. Johnson The genesis of the cardiac action potential: chemical and electrical considerations 10 (2)
L. Lemberger Extension of animal models in clinical evaluation of new drugs 11 (1)
V.B. Mountcastle The parietal cortex and directed visual attention -
1980 L.B. Geffen Dopamine β-hydroxylase antibodies as a probe of noradrenergic neurones 12 (1)
M.R. Bennett The development of neuromuscular synapses 12 (2)
1981 K. Schmidt- Nielsen Avian respiration: recent advances 14 (1)
D.I. McCloskey Sensation and movement 14 (1)
1982 R.B. Porter Neural events associated with movement performance 13 (2)
W. Jänig An idea about the organization of the lumbar sympathetic outflow supplying skeletal muscle and skin 13 (2)
D.R. Curtis Gabergic transmission in the spinal cord 14 (2)
1983 P.O. Bishop The striate cortex: feature detector or Fourier analyzer 15(1)
1984 A.W. Duggan The suppression of pain 15 (2)
D. Denton Instinctual mechanisms subserving digestive behaviour -
1985 P.W. Gage Ion channels and signal transmission in animal cells 16 (2)
1986 I. Darian-Smith Tangible textures: their neural representation 17 (2)
E.M. McLachlan Neurophysiology of sympathetic pathways: linking ion channels to function 18 (1)
R.J. Havel The physiology of atherosclerosis 18 (1)
1987 G.D. Thorburn Fetal maturation and the timing of parturition: a comparative synthesis 18 (2)
1988 F.A.O. Mendelsohn The brain angiotensin system: insights from auto- radiographic mapping of angiotensin receptors and converting enzyme 20 (1)
T.D. Lamb The role of cytoplasmic calcium concentration in light adaptation of rod and cone receptors 20 (1)
1989 M. Costa Unravelling the enteric nervous system -
M.J. Rowe Processing and coding of information for tactile sensation 21 (1)
1990 T.O. Morgan Renin as an intra-renal hormone: control of its release and synthesis 21 (2)
C.L. Gibbs The heart has its reasons 22 (1)
1991 C. Bell Chemical autonomy of sympathetic neurons 22 (2)
1992 S.R. O'Donnell Anti-asthma drugs: past, present and future 23(1)
S.R. White The new science of exercise 23(2)
1993 G. Dusting Nitric oxide in cardiovascular disorders: discoveries opening new therapeutic possibilities 24(2)
E.R. Lumbers Roles of the maternal and fetal angiotensin systems 24(2)
B. Jarrott Afferent nerves as targets for drug action 25(1)
1994 J. Chalmers Central neurons and neurotransmitters and the control of blood pressure 25(2)
L.D. Beazley Wiring up the visual system 26(1)
1995 J.B. Furness Experimental basis for realistic large scale computer simulation of the enteric nervous system 27(1)
D.G. Stephenson Molecular cogs in Machina Carnis 27(1)
1996 J.A. Angus New insights into vascular reactivity: from altered structure to neural control 27(2)
R.A. Rush Neurotrophic functions are required by mature sympathetic neurons for survival, transmission and connectivity 28(1)
1997 S.C. Gandevia * Human respiratory muscles: sensations, reflexes and fatiguability 29(1)
1998 J.A. Young Electrolyte transport in salivary ducts: a tight, Na-transporting epithelium (FAOPS Presidential Oration) -
1999 R. Harding * The compromised intra-uterine environment: implications for future lung health
31(1)
2000 R.A.L. Dampney * Central mechanisms underlying short-term and long-term regulation of the cardiovascular system 32(1)
C.R. Triggle Endothelium-dependent hyperpolarizing factor: is there a novel chemical mediator? 32(1)
2003 D.G. Allen * Skeletal muscle function: the role of ionic changes in fatigue, damage and disease 34(1)
J.F.R. Paton Signalling across the blood brain barrier: Implications for blood pressure control
2004 D.I. Cook * From Berlin to Sydney: 40 years of exocrine physiology
D. Beech TRP channels: properties and importance in blood vessels 36(1)
2005 A.F. Dulhunty * Excitation-contraction coupling from 1969 to 2005 37(1)
F. Bezanilla How does the membrane electric field gate an ion channel open and close?
N. Unwin Structure and gating mechanism of the nicotinic acetylcholine receptor
D.P. Tieleman Pores, channels and transporters: computational studies of membrane transport
2006 I.C. McMillen * The developmental origins of adult health and disease
G.S. Oxford Mechanisms of peripheral pain sensitization
J.A. Faulkner New insights in age-related impairments in muscle function 38:69-75
D.E. Clapham The transient receptor potential (TRP) ion channels: recent progress
M. Donowitz NHE3 and its signaling complexes: role in acute regulation, cytoskeletal association and protein-protein interactions 38:105-114
A.E. Herbison Kiss and tell in the brain – kisspeptins and the neural control of fertility
2007 D. Robertson * Efferent control in mammalian hearing 38:137P
M.C. Sanguinetti Modifiers of hERG K+ channel gating 38:6P
M. Dunne Congenital hyperinsulinism: from bench to bedside .... and back? 38:184P
2008 G.D. Lamb * Exciting muscles: ion channels and excitation-contraction coupling in exercise and disease 39:124P
L. Larsson Regulation of human muscle contraction in health and disease 39:1P
C.P. Sibley Fetal growth and placental physiology: From cell to community 39:144P
2010 - Feb D.J. Adams * Analgesic conotoxins modulating pain pathways 40:12P
D. Attwell Brain power: how the brain's energy supply determines the computational power of neurons.
G. Laurent Circuits and dynamics for olfactory coding
2010 - Dec D. van Helden * Calcium signalling, pacing and rhythmic cell activity. 41:1P
R. Kass Molecular mechanism of store-operated calcium entry (SOCE) in skeletal muscle and potential role in fatigue resistance. 41:182P
R. Dirksen Molecular mechanism of store-operated calcium entry (SOCE) in skeletal muscle and potential role in fatigue resistance. 41:183P
R. Callaghan Multi-drug efflux by P-glycoprotein; why has this protein not been stopped yet? 41:214P
E.A. Richter Metabolic regulation in exercise: mechanisms and experimental models 41:215P
2011 M. Hargreaves * Exercise and skeletal muscle CHO metabolism: from Milky Way to MEF2 42:68P
A. de Luca Pre-clinical studies in rare diseases: the challenge to speed up pharmacotherapy in Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy 42:1P
2012 J. Lynch * Glycine receptors: their structure and function and their role in health and disease 1P
H. Westerblad Muscle fatigue 146P
L. Birnbaumer TRPC channels: On-going discovery of molecular physiological function in relation to store operated Ca2+ entry and Oral proteins 43:195P
2013 G.S. Lynch * The role of physiology in understanding muscle wasting, adaptation and plasticity 44:1P
B.C. Knollmann Calcium and arrhythmia: from genes to teens to better drugs 44:126P
2014 J.I. Vandenberg * Getting to the heart of ectopic beats 45:6P
D.M. Bers Calmodulin and CaMKII signaling in the heart 45:80P
R.G. Parton Caveolae as mechanoprotective and signaling organelles 45:126P
2015 S. Broer * Amino acid transport - translating basic discovery into improving health 46:6P
B. Goodpaster The impact of exercise on insulin resistance and type 2 diabetes 46:95P

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