Discipline of Physiology
The Discipline of Physiology is part of the School of Medical Sciences and is the focus of teaching and research in the physiological sciences at The University of Sydney.
Its research staff and students are located primarily at the Camperdown Campus of the University, in the Anderson Stuart Building and in the Medical Foundation Building. Academics in the discipline teach undergraduate programs in the Faculty of Science, and the Graduate Medical Program.
The research interests of the faculty span a broad range of topics in the physiological sciences, with particular research focus on neuroscience, cardiovascular physiology, reproductive physiology, and endocrine function. Techniques used in our laboratories include imaging, electrophysiology, molecular biology, and human and animal behaviour.
Arthur V. Everitt, 19242014
Arthur Everitt passed away on 30 Jan 2014 at age 90. After his retirement in 1983 Arthur maintained a close association with Physiology. He graduated BSc First Class Honours and University Medal in 1953 and was made a Teaching Fellow, then temporary Lecturer in 1955, Lecturer in 1960 and Associate Professor from 1972. In 2008 he received the Distinguished Achievement award from the American Aging Association.