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PSNZ Student Travel Grant

PSNZ Student Travel Grant: Student grants are made from the limited funds of the Physiological Society of New Zealand (PSNZ) and are therefore only available to students presenting a paper, who already are, or have applied to be a student PSNZ member. The monetary value of the grants awarded is based on the distance travelled to […]

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Excellence in Research Award

The Excellence in Research Award was initiated in 2016. This prize is awarded bi-annually in recognition of sustained outstanding research by a sub-professorial member.   How to Apply: At the time of abstract submission to the Annual Meeting (currently held at MedSci), please indicate your expression of interest in competing for the award on the […]

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New and Emerging Researcher prize

The ‘New and Emerging Researcher’ Prize was first initiated in 2014. This prize is awarded annually for best oral presentation highlighting outstanding research by a post-doctoral fellow, research fellow, assistant research fellow, or early career academic staff member.   How to Apply: At the time of abstract submission, you will need to indicate on the […]

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Apr
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Signalling proteins in your skin

The epidermis is a stratified epithelial tissue which forms the outermost barrier in all metazoan organisms and plays a critical role in homeostasis. The barrier function of the epidermis is intrinsically dependent upon its structure, with keratinocytes (‘skin cells’) arranged in a deep-to-superficial spatiotemporal differentiation gradient. Keratinocyte stem cells, located adjacent to the dermis, produce […]

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Apr
29

Sub-Cellular Mechanisms of Cardiac Arrythmias

Irregular heart rhythms, otherwise known as cardiac arrhythmias, are the leading cause of death in patients with heart disease and are responsible for almost a quarter of all deaths in New Zealand.  This is largely because the underlying molecular mechanisms of arrhythmia are poorly understood which limits the effectiveness of treatments.  It has long been […]

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