Alert - University moves to remote learning, working
In light of the novel coronavirus outbreak, all classes will continue in virtual settings for the rest of the semester, including finals, and commencement has been postponed. All students are strongly encouraged to return to their permanent residences, and employees are encouraged to work remotely when possible. All research deemed non-essential is being stopped, and all construction projects are being suspended. Read MoreMore Information
Michigan State University's Physiology Society prides itself on being a club of resources, information, networking, and fun. We meet on the first Wednesday of every month and have guest speakers from all kinds of disciplines who share how physiology and medicine play an important role in their everyday lives.
The Society offers all kinds of volunteer opportunities, from volunteering at local schools to shadowing physicians, in order to help the science community and further boost your resumé. This club has a vast network system to help you with your professional goals, as well as a tight-knit club atmosphere to help you meet fellow peers with similar interests and create lasting friendships.
If you are a Michigan State student interested in physiology and/or the medical field, consider joining our wonderful society!