Chinese Physiological Society

Medical China Society

Number of unit member 4 Number of subsidiaries 20 Number of individual members 3207

  • Certified Member 3022
  • Fans 165
  • Dynamic State 5

Brief Introduction Of The Society

It was founded in February 1926 by Lin Kesheng, head of the Department of Physiology of Peking Union Medical College. The first annual meeting was held in September of the same year. In January 1927, he founded the Chinese Journal of Physiology. In July 1937, due to the outbreak of the Anti-Japanese War, the society's national academic activities were forced to stop. Cai Qiao, head of the Department of Physiology of the Medical College of Nanjing Central University, who moved to Chengdu later, set up the Chengdu Branch of the Chinese Physiological Society and published the Brief Report of the Chengdu Branch of the Chinese Physiological Society. In Beijing, Zhang Xijun acted as head of the Department of Physiology of the Union Medical College and continued to publish the Chinese Journal of Physiology until it ceased publication in 1941. After the victory of the Anti-Japanese War, the Chinese Journal of Physiology resumed publication in 1948. After the founding of the People's Republic of China, the Society held a meeting in Beijing in 1950 to elect a new council. In May 1951, it was approved and registered by the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Central People's Government. In 1953, the Council decided to expand the Society into the Chinese Physiological Science Society, with its members including scientists in physiology, biochemistry, pharmacology, pathophysiology and experimental biology. In the same year, the Chinese Journal of Physiology was renamed Journal of Physiology. In 1956, the 13th Congress of Members was held and officially renamed the Chinese Society of Physiological Sciences. The activities of the Society ceased from 1966 to 1976. In 1977, the Council prepared for the restoration of the Institute. In 1978, the 15th Congress and Academic Conference were held in Qingdao. In June 1980, Feng Depei and Wang Zhijun signed a memorandum in Shanghai on behalf of the Society and Kovach and Thurau on behalf of the International Union of Physiological Sciences. It was clear that under the premise of one China, the International Union of Physiological Sciences has two group members under the Chinese name, namely, the Chinese Physiological Society in Beijing and the Physiological Society in Taipei. This

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Communication Information

  • Official website http://www.caps-china.org
  • Telephone 010-65278802
  • Fax
  • Email xiaoling3535@126.com
  • Address 42 Dongsi West Street, Beijing

Academic Frontier

  • Joined international organizations +
    The International Union of Physiological Sciences (IUPS) and the Federation of the Asian and Oceanian Physiological Societies (FAOPS)
  • Journals managed by cast +
    Advances in Physiological Sciences
  • Journals not managed by cast +
    Journal of Physiology, Chinese Journal of Applied Physiology
  • Awards +
    Zhang Xijun Foundation Award for Outstanding Physiological Academic Papers

Basic Information

  • Founding date of the Society

    February 27, 1926, 12:00

    Current term

    4year
  • Registration Certificate Number

    511000005000064170
  • Business Competent Unit

    China Association for Science and Technology
  • Office Support Unit

    National Health and Family Planning Commission

Organizational Structure

  • Subordinate Organization 20

    • 消化与营养专业委员会
    • 教育工作委员会
    • 生殖科学专业委员会
    • 继续教育专业委员会
    • 疼痛转化研究专业委员会
    • 转化神经科学专业委员会
    • 血液生理专业委员会
    • 运动生理学专业委员会
    • 循环生理专业委员会
    • 体适能研究专业委员会
    • 应激生理专业委员会
    • 应用生理专业委员会
    • 基质生物专业委员会
    • 比较生理专业委员会
    • 内分泌与代谢生理专业委员会
    • 仪器与开发工作委员会
    • 呼吸生理专业委员会
    • 中医院校生理学专业委员会
    • 肾脏生理专业委员会
    • 总会
  • Number of unit member 4

  • Number of individual members 3207