40th Annual ISGP Meeting 2019

             Nagoya, Japan

    from May 26th  to May 31st 











Contributed papers are welcome. Papers will be selected based on submitted abstracts. The abstract (approximately 500 words) should clearly outline the paper’s major elements of interest and its originality.

For meeting registration and accommodation: follow this link

For program and Abstract Book click on this link –> Program 2019-05-16 ver 11 SI

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For extend abstracts with Frontiers e-publication submission :

please download this template and send it by email

to isgp.space@gmail.com (dead line 31st January 2020) :

-> Template for 2019 ISGP Meeting Proceedings with Frontiers_FV



March 31: Abstract deadline

April 9: Notification to authors

April 16: Final Program

May 26-31: Conference


The registration fee (early registration) of 50,000 JPY covers the conference proceedings, first day reception, gala dinner, and regional tour to Gujo-Hachiman.


Convener and Organizer, Satoshi Iwase

Department of Physiology, Aichi Medical University, Yazako-Karimata 1-1, Nagakute 480-1195, Japan, Phone: +81-561-62-3311 ext. 112273, Mobile Phone: +81-90-8077-5081, E-mail: isgp2019@aichi-med-u.ac.jp


The International Society for Gravitational Physiology (ISGP) is a non-profit organization dedicated to furthering international cooperation and scientific advancement in the fields of gravitational physiology and space medicine.

We are now hosting the 40th Annual Meeting of ISGP and “Space Life Science and Medicine at Nagoya University Noyori Conference Hall on May 26 (Sunday) to 31 (Friday) in 2019.

This conference will be integrated with the Japan Association of Physiology, Japan Association of Aerospace and Environmental Medicine, and Japan Aerospace Biological Society.

The International Space Station now provides a platform for long-term microgravity exposure, allowing study of responses to long-term exposure to the spaceflight environment. Among other topics, this conference will examine the effects of long-term residence on the International Space Station, including orthostatic hypotension, osteoporosis, muscle atrophy, the influence of cosmic radiation on living systems, and the influence of the closed environment on the psychological situation of humans. Countermeasures to these responses and their usefulness in ground medicine will also be discussed. This proposal medical interventions and biological responses to establishment of a Lunar base and exploration class missions to Mars will also be topics.

The ISGP invites resarchers from all over the world to participate in this meeting..

Best regards

Satoshi Iwase, MD & PhD

Professor of Physiology, Aichi Medical University School of Medicine