Europhysiology 2018

Location: QEII Centre, London, England, UK
Dates: September 14th – 16th, 2018

Europhysiology 2018 functioned as a collaboration of all the European chapters of the Physiological Society bringing them all together in a single location for this rare occasion. The conference was well attended. Ms. Kelsey Joyce, PhD Student from University of Birmingham, School of Sport, Exercise and Rehabilitation Sciences, travelled to London to represent BMRES and present the below posters which pertained to the data collected during the 2016 Ecuador Expedition.

Publications:

Joyce, K.E.,Bradwell, S., Delamere, J., Lucas, S.J.E., Myers, S., Thomas, O., Fountain, A., and Bradwell, A.R. (2018) – “Exercise proteinuria at altitude is reduced by acetazolamide”.  Abstract and poster communication at: Europhysiology; 2018 Sept. 14 – 16; London, England, UK.

Joyce, K.E., Bradwell, S., Delamere, J., Lucas, S.J.E., Myers, S., Thomas, O., Fountain, A., and Bradwell, A.R. (2018) – “Urinary orosomucoid (alpha-1 acid glycoprotein) latex immunoassay is effective for the detection of increased proteinuria associated with altitude and sea-level exercise”.  Abstract and poster communication at: Europhysiology; 2018 Sept. 14 – 16; London, England, UK. 

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