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2021 Physiology Newsletter 2021 Physiology Newsletter

Hello fellow Spartans! The COVID-19 pandemic has been a challenge for us all, but it reinforces the importance of science and scientific discovery. Over the past 15 months, we have all experienced unanticipated changes in our lives. I hope that our family and friends have managed to stay healthy despite the many challenges that the pandemic has posed. I am proud of our students, staff and faculty for their resilience as well as adapting to unique and unpredictable changes in our education and research efforts.

2019 Physiology Newsletter 2019 Physiology Newsletter

Hello fellow Spartans! Changes continue to occur within the department—changes focused on improving our enduring reputation and increasing research strengths, and excellence in undergraduate and graduate education.

2018 Physiology Newsletter 2018 Physiology Newsletter

Greetings from the Department of Physiology. During the past year, there have been many changes in our faculty and support staff—always with a focus on improving our enduring reputation of research strengths and excellence in education. Our research portfolio continues to grow, based upon the excellent research programs of our faculty and their success in securing external funding from the National Institutes of Health and the Department of Defense—even during the tough funding climate that we are currently experiencing.

2016 Physiology Newsletter 2016 Physiology Newsletter

This year’s newsletter features the outstanding research of several of our faculty members. One of our rising stars, Assistant Professor Brian Gulbransen, is working to improve the understanding of functional gastrointestinal and motility disorders and ultimately identify potential treatments for them.

2015 Physiology Newsletter 2015 Physiology Newsletter

This past year has been a busy one in the department, with a wide array of changes as we continue to build upon our longstanding reputation of research strengths in physiology.

2014 Physiology Newsletter 2014 Physiology Newsletter

These are exciting times for the department. Over the next several years, although the faces of the department will change, the long-standing reputation of our research strengths will continue to grow.

Main Office
Department of Physiology
 Biomedical Physical Sciences (BPS) Building
567 Wilson Rd Rm 2201
Main Phone: 517-884-5000

Department Chairperson

Dr. Charles "Lee" Cox
Dr. Charles "Lee" Cox
BPS Building Rm 2201E
Phone: 517-884-5050

MSU Research Integrity Officer
Wills House
287 Delta Court, Room 106
Phone: 517-432-6698
Research Integrity Office