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MAY 31-JUNE 03 | HAVANA - VARADERO - MATANZAS

2nd Pan-American Congress of Physiological Sciences

THE REGISTRATION FEE PAID PER GUEST DOES NOT INCLUDE THE PROGRAM LISTED BELOW  

All the activities included and listed in the program below are covered within the Post Congress Registration Fee      

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PANAM2019              

POST CONGRESS PROGRAM  “SPACE PHYSIOLOGY”


 


This amazing architecture was designed by the Cuban architect Antonio Quintana and built in 1975. Conceived for the Soviet cosmonauts to rest, such a building resembles a space station and is located on the beach, with an independent entrance and direct access to the sea. Some distinguished guests have visited the house, including Arnaldo Tamayo Méndez, the one and only Cuban cosmonaut who on September 18, 1980 flew into space on a Soviet spaceship along with the Russian cosmonaut Yuri Romanenko. It has nowadays become an exclusive part of the luxury Sol Sirens Coral Resorts.

THE HOUSE OF COSMONAUTS  |  VARADERO 

PARQUE RETIRO JOSONE | VARADERO

Founded in 1942. Located on Ave: 1ra y 56, Varadero, this park covers an average 9-hectare area. It is a great botanical garden that provides visitors with a varied nature, tiny violet flowers or huge climbers, with a peaceful and loving environment. One of its biggest attractions is its Lake, in which you can enjoy a pleasant boat ride. A place of dreams for visitors´ enjoyment.


 

Opened on April 6, 1863, located at La Vigia Square, in the Matanzas historic center. It is one of the most important theaters in Cuba, symbol of the city for its architectural splendor and hierarchy of artists who have performed on its stage. Declared as a National Monument on October 10, 1978. The theater is currently the official site for the International Ballet Festival, the Mayo Theater event and the International Puppet Theater Festival, as well as other important national dance events.

TEATRO SAUTO | MATANZAS

POST CONGRESS FEE INCLUDES 

As listed in each PDF - please see program details above 

MEMBERS of the AMERICAN PHYSIOLOGY SOCIETY | Eligible Travel Award  

If you are a member of the American Physiological Society, you would be eligible to apply for a travel award of $1,000 USD available up to December 30th.

 

Official Site:

www.theaps.org/mm/awards/Other-APS-Awards/

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E-mail: sago@havantur.cu
Phone: (53) 7201-9780

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SPACE PHYSIOLOGY 

PRELIMINARY LIST OF GUEST SPEAKERS AND THEIR TOPICS

AUSTRIA

Gravitational Physiology, Aging and Medicine                                                                   

              NANDU GOSWAMI |  Medical University of Graz

BOLIVIA

Hypoxia during Space Flight and High Altitude

            GUSTAVO ZUBIETA-CALLEJA | High Altitude Pulmonary and Pathology Institute

BRAZIL

Cardiovascular Applications of Space Research                                                                 

          THAIS RUSSOMANO | Pontificia Universidade Catolica do Rio Grande do Sul 

CANADA

Cardiovascular Adaptations to Space Flight                                                                    

              RICHARD HUGHSON | University of Waterloo
 

CUBA

Cuban experience in the Tamayo-Romanenko space flight

              Col. ARNALDO TAMAYO MENDEZ

 

Cuban neurological experiment during the Tamayo-Romanenko flight and after in health  neurological applications

              NESTOR PERSEZ LACHE

 

 

The Cuban medical experiments in Tamayo-Romanenko flight and its importance and contribution in the following space flights

             ALBERTO DORTA CONTRERAS

USA

Perspectives of a Five-Time Space Shuttle Crew Member                                                                         SCOTT E. PARAZYNSKI | former NASA Astronaut

Assessment of Risks to Humans for Deep-Space Missions                                                                        WILMA R. ANTON | NASA Johnson Space Center

Musculature Loss with Prolonged Space Flight                                                                                             RICHARD SCHEURING |  NASA Johnson Space Center

Vision Impairment in Space                                                                       

              BRANDON R. MACIAS | NASA Johnson Space Center

Omics Studies of Twins in Space                                                                     

              BRINDA RANA | UC-San Diego

Physical Countermeasures to Protect Vision in Space                                                                                  LONNIE G. PETERSEN |  UC-San Diego

The Gravity of Exercise for Deep-Space Missions                  

               ALAN R HARGENS  | UC-San Diego

Back Problems in Space and after Return to Earth                                                              

               JOJO SAYSON |  Ola Grimsby Institute

Principles of Rehabilitation after Prolonged Space Flight

               OLA GRINSBY | Ola Grimsby Institute

 

Physiological Responses during Simulated Extravehicular Activity in a Prototype Space Suit                    PABLO DE LEON | University of North Dakota

Using Biomarkers to Predict Responses to Sleep Deprivation                                                                     NAMNI GOEL | University of Pennsylvania

Molecular Biology and Drug Development for Deep-Space Missions

               LATAH SUNDAR |  RenaissanTech

Space Radiation and Factors Influencing Cancer Risk                                                                                GAYLE E. WOLOSCHAK | Departments of Radiation Oncology
                                                         Radiology and Cell and Molecular Biology
                                                         Northwestern University


Stress and Coping in Extreme Environments: Implications for a Mars Mission                                            GLORIA R. LEON |  University of Minnesota

PLEASE NOTE:   The GUEST SPEAKER PARTICIPATION and the TOPIC OF THEIR LECTURES are all subject to change based on their availability at the time of the Post Congress

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