The Claude Bernard Distinguished Lecture. The excitement and challenge of teaching physiology: shaping ourselves and the future.

@article{Vander1994TheCB,
  title={The Claude Bernard Distinguished Lecture. The excitement and challenge of teaching physiology: shaping ourselves and the future.},
  author={Arthur J. Vander},
  journal={The American journal of physiology},
  year={1994},
  volume={267 6 Pt 3},
  pages={S3-16}
}
T he Claude Bernard Distinguished Lectureship honors both its namesake and its recipient for their outstanding contributions to physiology education. The American Physiological Society established the Lectureship in 1994, when the Teaching of Physiology Section of the Society selected Dr. Arthur J. Vander as its first Lecturer. The lecture was presented by Dr. Vander on April 27, 1994, at the Experimental Biology 94 meeting in Anaheim, California. 

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