Johns Hopkins University’s Professor Natalia Trayanova Awarded Prestigious Hodgkin-Huxley-Katz Prize Lecture for 2025

Baltimore, MD, Feb 12 2024 – Johns Hopkins University is proud to announce that Professor Natalia Trayanova, a leading figure in the field of physiological sciences, has been honored with the distinguished Hodgkin-Huxley-Katz Prize Lecture for 2025 by The Physiological Society. This prestigious award recognizes Professor Trayanova’s significant contributions and international impact on physiological sciences, following in the footsteps of luminaries such as Alan Hodgkin, Andrew Huxley, and Bernard Katz.

Scheduled to deliver the lecture at the IUPS 2025, which is a joint meeting with Europhysiology in Frankfurt, Germany, from September 11-14, Professor Trayanova’s selection underscores her exceptional work outside the United Kingdom or Republic of Ireland. The lecture highlights the global influence of her research and contributions to the field.

The award comes with a £1000 prize, in addition to covering expenses for travel, accommodation, and conference registration, celebrating the tradition of excellence and innovation established by its namesakes. Professor Trayanova joins an esteemed group of past recipients, underscoring the award’s significance in advancing the physiological sciences.

Johns Hopkins University and The Physiological Society eagerly anticipate Professor Trayanova’s lecture, which promises to offer profound insights into the current state and future directions of physiological research. Further details, including the lecture’s specific focus, will be announced closer to the event date.

For more information on Professor Trayanova’s work and the Hodgkin-Huxley-Katz Prize Lecture, please visit [Johns Hopkins University website/Physiological Society website].

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