Physiologist Physiologist
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Published by The American Physiological Society Integrating the Life Sciences from Molecule to Organism The Physiologist The People Who Tell the Story, Shape the Culture Robert W. Gore, University of Arizona, College of MedicineINSIDE 2005 Arthur C. Guyton Teacher of the Year Award I am deeply honored to be selected the recipient of the 2005 Arthur C.APS Council Guyton Teacher of the Year Award. I Strategic Plan and accept this award with all the grace and Fall Council dignity that I can muster, and I accept it on behalf of all the people who have Meeting taught, influenced, scolded, nurtured, p. 6 and trained me over the years. It is, in a sense, their award. I want especially to acknowledge the APS Launches teachers who stimulated my personal commitment to teaching. I was shapedNew Professional by my experiences as an undergraduate Skills Training trained in the liberal arts at Carleton College, in Northfield, Minnesota,Program where I was exposed to excellent Full p. 9 Professors who were in the classroom every day. I also had the good fortune to have excellent mentors such as William FY 2006 Research J. Whalen, Charles Wunder, Henry B. Bull, G. Edgar Folk and Paul C.Funding Johnson, among others, during my Robert W. Gore p. 13 graduate and postdoctoral years. I also thank the people who nominated me, isms”—(which is the definition of and the Teaching Section of the Physiology). Conferees Delete American Physiological Society that I have many views and ideas about judged me worthy of this prestigiousAkaka Restrictions teaching that have evolved from person- award. al experiences at all levels in the class- p. 13 I hope that I can bring honor to The room over a period of nearly 44-years. I Guyton Award, in the name of teaching, first began teaching from the moment I in the same way that previous awardees entered graduate school in the Depart-EB 2006 have. I believe The Guyton Award is a ment of Physiology and Biophysics at symbol of how very important it is forTentative Program the University of Iowa in the Fall of all of us in this discipline to teach the 1961. Teaching was a requirement, notp. 16 physiological sciences to this, and an option, of the PhD program at Iowa future generations, with the same when I first entered there. Since then, I degree of commitment and energy that have taught grade school children, highIUPS 2006 we focus on our quest in the research school students, undergraduate and laboratory, to discover the mysteries ofReminiscences graduate students, postdoctoral stu- the “normal functions of organs and dents, physical therapists, physical edu-p. 41 organ systems within all living organ- (continued on page 3) Volume 49, No. 1 - February 2006 1www.the-aps.org Published bimonthly and distributed by The American Physiological SocietyThe Physiologist 9650 Rockville Pike Bethesda, Maryland 20814-3991 ISSN 0031-9376 Douglas C. Eaton PresidentContents D. Neil Granger Past President Dale Benos President-Elect The People Who Tell the Story, Communications Martin Frank Editor and Executive Director Shape the Culture Symposium: Creating a Buzz Councillors Robert W. Gore 1 About Science Through Susan M. Barman, Irving G. Joshua,Community, Media and Carole M. Liedtke, APS News Constituency Outreach 14 Thomas E. Lohmeier, Helen E. Raybould, Jeff M. Sands, APS Council Holds Strategic Plan Gary C. Sieck, Irving H. Zucker and Fall Council Meeting Experimental Biology 2006 Ex Officio Kenneth Baldwin,in Houston 6 Distinguished Lectureships 16 Kim E. Barrett, Tentative Program 18 Robert G. Carroll, Curt D. Sigmund, Membership Peter D. Wagner New Regular Members 7 Positions Available 23 Publications Committee: Chair: Recently Deceased Members 7 Kim E. Barrett; Members: Eileen M.Hasser, Martin F. Kagnoff,New Student Members 8 People & Places Peggy Mason, Ronald L. Terjung. New Affiliate Members 8 Three APS Members Elected Director of Publications: Margaret Reich. Design and Copy Editor: to the Institute of Medicine 32 Joelle R. Grossnickle. Education Motley-Johnson Appointed Subscriptions: Distributed to members as part of their member- Navar Receives Third Associate Dean 32 ship. Nonmembers in the USA (print only): individuals $60.00;Schmidt-Nielsen Distinguished institutions $95.00. Nonmembers in Canada: individuals $65.00;Mentor and Scientist Award 9 Book Review 35 institutions $100.00. Call for Reviewers for APS Archive 9 elsewhere: individuals $70.00; institutions $105.00. Single copiesAPS Launches New Professional Books Received 35 and back issues when available, $20.00 each; single copies and backSkills Training Program 9 issues of Abstracts issues when APS Trainee and Mid-Career Scientific Meetings available, $30.00. Subscribers to The Physiologist also receive Symposia at EB 10 and Congresses 37 abstracts of the Conferences of the American Physiological Society.New Trainee Website 11 The online version is available free to all worldwide.APS Presents Awards at APS Membership The ABRCMS Conference 12 Application 39 assumes no responsibility for the statements and opinions advanced by contributors to The Physiologist. Public Affairs IUPS Reminiscences 41 Please notify the APSMember- FY 2006 Research Funding 13 ship Department as soon as pos- sible if you change your address Conferees Delete Akaka or telephone number. Restrictions 13 Headquarters phone: 301-634-7118 Fax: 301-634-7241 Focusing on Young Investigators Email: info@the-aps.org http://www.the-aps.orgat NIH 13 Printed in the USA 2 The Physiologist Vol. 49, No. 1, 2006Guyton Award up with current(continued from page 1) cation majors, exercise and sports sci- technology. Learn “I believe The Guyton Award is a symbol ence majors, dentists, nurses, engineers, how to use it. biomedical engineers, physicists, optical Contribute to its of how very important it is for all of usadvancement. Stayscientists, biophysicists, physicians’ assistants, medical students, medical in the “now.” It is residents and more. Thus, to attempt to where all the stu- in this discipline to teach the physiolog- tell the whole story in this article would dents live, and so to take up far more space then the pages of be effective, one ical sciences to this, and future genera- ought to know howThe Physiologist will allow, and to do so would surely cause the readers to tear to speak their lan- tions, with the same degree of commit-the pages from this issue to use as fire- guage in cyber- starters on a cold February day. Hence, I space. will share with you in a general way ment and energy that we focus on our Connect Youronly a few of the elements of my rather simple teaching philosophy—ones that I Teaching and quest in the research laboratory.....” consider essential features of my teach- Your Learning ing style. In the process, I hope the My commitment in 1997 and, as a result, changed myreaders will be able to extract something to teaching is energized by a feeling of obligations to our medical program. Iexcitement when I am able to return toof value to carry forward in their own was skeptical at first, but as a senior fac-search for better ways to inspire and the classroom from the research labora- ulty member I was more prepared thantouch the minds and souls of their stu- tory to share my enthusiasm with any- our junior faculty to design and imple-dents. Haramati, the Guyton Awardee in one who will listen to my tales of the ment full semester courses, cardiovascu-2000, referred to “Lighting a Fire” with- results of a new observation, or previ- lar in my case. Also, I could help takeously unknown phenomenon seen in thein students (2), and Ordway, the some of the teaching load off theAwardee in 2003 extended the theme laboratory. I believe that sort of excite- younger faculty who needed to concen-and spoke of spreading “The Fire ment is