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Kjell Johansen Lectures

8th annual Kjell Johansen Lecture: Thursday April 11th 2019

Lessons in Physiology from a Fish Living in the Most Extreme Aquatic Environment on Earth

Professor Chris M. Wood, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada

7th annual Kjell Johansen Lecture: Tuesday June 19th 2018

Revisiting thermal physiology: misconceptions in predicting responses of mammals to climate change

Professor Duncan Mitchell, University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa.

Physiology in the Wild

AIAS Workshop Tuesday and Wednesday the 19th and 20th  of June 2018
 - See the program here.

6th annual Kjell Johansen Lecture: Friday April 28th 2017

Comparative Physiology of the Insect Tracheal System.

Jon Harrison, Arizona State University, Tempe, USA.

How Animals work and current cool Zoophysiology

Minisymposium Friday the 28th of April 2017
 - See the program here.

Fifth annual Kjell Johansen Lecture: Wednesday November 30th 2016

High oxygen levels in teleost tissues

Professor Dave Randall, University of British Columbia, Canada.

Fourth annual Kjell Johansen Lecture: Friday March 18th 2016

What can Giraffes on Earth Teach Astronauts in Space?

Professor Alan Hargens, School of Medicine, UC San Diego, USA.

Integrative Physiology Workshop

Saturday the 19th of March 2016
 - See the program here.

Third annual Kjell Johansen Lecture: Thursday 18th October 2014

Trends in the study of marine birds and mammals

Professor Gerald Kooyman, Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA

Aarhus Institute of Advanced Studies, building 1632 room 201.

Diving Physiology Workshop

Friday 19th and Saturday 20th of September 2014.

See the program here.

Second annual Kjell Johansen Lecure: Tuesday 5th March 2013

Evolutionary trends in arterial O2 chemosensing

Professor William K. Milsom, University of British Columbia, Canada

Bioscience Aarhus, Institut f. matematiske fag, bygning 1532, aud. G2

Comparative Respiratory Physiology

A minisymposium on Comparative Respiratory Physiology was in conjunction with the lecture. Please click here to see the programme.

First annual Kjell Johansen Lecure: Thursday 15th March 2012

The Kjell Johansen Legacy in Comparative Physiology: The View through a North American Lens

By Professor Warren W. Burggren, University of Northern Texas, Denton, USA

Bioscience Aarhus, Lecture Hall G1 (Mathematics)

Cardiac Evolution and Development

A minisymposium on cardiac evolution and development was in conjunction with the lecture. Please click here to see the programme.