ADInstruments and the American Physiological Society collaborate to Provide Enhanced Support for Scientific Community

This collaboration will offer academic researchers and educators more accessible path to innovation in life sciences


ADInstruments (ADI) which is a world leader in hardware and software development for data acquisition in the life sciences recently announced a new strategic partnership with the American Physiological Society (APS). The aim of the partnership will be an extension of the long-standing relationship between the two organisations and it will provide APS members with additional support to help them achieve their goals.

As part of the partnership, ADI will expand its financial support for a range of early career research awards across a number of fields, including cardiovascular, respiratory, physiological genomics and neural control and autonomic regulation.

Trevor McIntyre, CEO, ADI said, "Inspiring and rewarding the physiological community is one of our key goals at ADI, and we are honoured to be able to do this in conjunction with the APS. We hope that through this partnership we can help researchers and educators achieve their ambitions and assist APS with its mission to foster education, scientific research and dissemination of information in the physiological sciences.

Martin Frank, executive director, APS said, "We are thrilled to strengthen our longstanding relationship with ADI, and feel honoured that they've chosen us as their partner in the physiological community. ADI co-founder Anthony Macknight has been an APS member for nearly 40 years. His understanding of physiology and of the needs of researchers shows in the valuable and innovative offerings in the ADI product line, from laboratory equipment to professional skills webinars. We are happy to help raise the visibility of the ADI portfolio as a professional service to our members"

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