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This is an article from The Physiologist. The APS Living History Project continues to gain traction as members invite senior members at their institutions to reminisce about their careers. Our members’ efforts are consistent with Council’s goal when it initiated the program — to chronicle the exploits and experiences of senior members of the Society. Over the last several years, we have lost a number of eminent physiologists who made significant contributions to the discipline of physiology and to the Society. The Living History Project is one way to capture the images, experiences and wisdom of our senior members for the benefit of future generations of physiologists.

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