Welcome to Physiological Society of Nepal (PSN)
Welcome to the homepage Physiological Society of Nepal (PSN).
PSN is an organization of the Nepalese physiologists who have keen interest in career, education, and research related to physiology in Nepal. Several years after its inception, the PSN was finally registered with the District Administration Office – Kathmandu of the Government of Nepal as a social, non-governmental, not-for-profit organization on 9th May, 2016 (2073-01-27 BS).
PSN is also associated with several international organizations such as South Asian Association of Physiologists, SAAP (Member), International Union of Physiological Societies, IUPS (Associate Member), and Federation of Asian and Oceanian Physiological Societies, FAOPS (Associate Member).
Dear participants, With respect to the Third PSN Conference, please note the following information – Venue - Inauguration and scientific program (both days) – the Multipurpose Hall (at the 2nd floor of the Nepal Medical Colleg
Good News: Now, there is no additional fee for Welcome Dinner; it will be provided to all registered participants of the conference
“PSN membership and Third PSN Conference registration now open. Become PSN Life Member by 31st December 2017 and get FREE registration to PSN Conference 2018"
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The Teaching Workshop will feature a mix of plenary talks with hands-on workshops and activities that engage with current educational issues related to the teaching and learning of physiology.
PSN is an organization of the Nepalese physiologists who have keen interest in career, education, and research related to physiology in Nepal. Several years after its inception, the PSN was finally registered with the District Administration Office &