What is Physiology? Interviews
Our Physiology Friday research-informed activities in 2021 centred around the philosophical question "What is Physiology?" in which we sought perspectives from both physiologists at the university, and non-scientists in the general public, when considering this question.
The outcomes have been revealing and interesting and have inspired us to continue with a 'live' project exploring this crucial philosophical and research-relevant topic. Here, share recordings of these student-led interviews, which we'll be adding to over time, including those with internationally renowned visiting researchers. At times we'll also be "turning the tables" and interviewing our students themselves, too.
To read more about our Physiology Friday 2021 activities, be sure to check out our separate link (https://doi.org/10.25405/data.ncl.19208340).
For Physiology Friday 2022, we broadened our horizons and were delighted to record student-led interviews with colleagues at the University of Leeds and Manchester as well. We have since opened up interviews to physiologists across the UK (and beyond) so will continue to add more content.
- Animal physiology - biophysics
- Animal physiology - cell
- Animal physiology - systems
- Exercise physiology
- Comparative physiology
- Cell physiology
- Medical physiology not elsewhere classified
- Veterinary anatomy and physiology
- Computational physiology
- Systems physiology
- Cardiology (incl. cardiovascular diseases)
- Cardiovascular medicine and haematology not elsewhere classified
- Respiratory diseases
- Reproductive medicine not elsewhere classified
- Neurology and neuromuscular diseases
- Neurosciences not elsewhere classified