MAY 27-31 | HAVANA INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE CENTER

2nd Pan-American Congress of Physiological Sciences

THE REGISTRATION FEE PAID PER GUEST INCLUDES: THE OFFICIAL PROGRAM  

All the activities included and listed in the program below are covered within the registration fees      

      SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM                                                                                       

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SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM 

(OFFICIAL DETAILED PROGRAM)

updated MAY 11 2019

      GENERAL  PROGRAM                                                                                         

      OFFICIAL EXTRA  PROGRAM                                                                        

           MONDAY

   DAY 01    

MORNING

AFTERNOON

 

04:30 PM - 05:30 PM

 

06:00 PM - 08:00 PM

 

TUESDAY

09:00 AM -  02:00 PM

   DAY 02  

WEDNESDAY

  DAY 03   

07:00 AM -  05:00 PM

   DAY 04   

THURSDAY

MAY 27

REGISTRATION AT HICC

 

OPENING CEREMONY

 

WELCOMING COCKTAIL | BUCAN RESTAURANT

 

MAY 28

CITY TOUR | OLD HAVANA    LUNCH INCLUDED

MAY 29

DEPARTURE FROM HOTELS | VISIT LAS TERRAZAS

LUNCH INCLUDED

MAY 30 | FREE DAY

FRIDAY

   DAY 05   

12:450 AM -  01:00 PM

01:00 PM - 03:00 PM

MAY 31

CLOSING CEREMONY | ROOM 3

FAREWELL LUNCH | BUCAN RESTAURANT

 

Physiology without borders
Neural control of breathing
Chymase, the forgotten critical angiotensin II forming enzyme in cardiovascular tissues
Cell signaling in cardiovascular disease
The polyspecific Immune response and the immunological connectivity in chronic diseases

PLENARY LECTURES 

KEYNOTE LECTURES 

Identification of a Shared Receptor for Pain and Hunger
The endothelial microvasculature as an active conduit for glucose and insulin to tissues
Large-scale information channeling in the human brain
 
Fish of the Amazon: facing extreme environmental challenges
 
Alcohol Interaction with HIV Disease: Translational Approach to Understanding Mechanism & Comorbidities
 
Cardiac failures associated to diabetes and obesity
 
Pleiotropism of the renin-angiotensin system: what doesn’t it do?
 
Physiological basis of oxygen sensing
 
Host defense mechanisms against invading microorganisms
 
Physiological basis of biodiversity in vertebrates
 
Forming partnerships between basic science and clinical practice
 
Retina as a surrogate marker of cerebral small vessel disease

WORKSHOPS

Education Workshop: Education Workshop:  “Evaluating and sharing best practices in physiology education

Publication Workshop: “How to publish your research”

Networking: Promoting Collaboration Across Borders

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