In 1974 the main joint meeting was held with the South African Pharmacology Society. An autonomous South African Biochemistry Society was established around the same time, which began sorting out its own gatherings from 1975.
The Physiology Society of Southern Africa (PSSA) kept on holding joint gatherings with the South African Pharmacology Society till 1987.
Up until 1985 the convenor of the following congress was dependably additionally the Chairman of the Society, a convention that has been held to the present by the yearly arrangement the joint position of "Convenor of the following Congress/Vice-President of the Society" (See the Council of the PSSA). In 1985 the main "President" to be chosen for a 3 year term was Prof Peter Belonje (Department of Physiology, University of Cape Town).
Wyndham Prize Competition for the best presentation by a youthful analyst at the Annual Congress of the PSSA was founded in 1985 (and initially granted in 1986). This opposition constitutes one of the highlights of the current PSSA congresses. It offers Physiology Departments in Southern Africa a chance to put the accomplishment of their post-graduate projects in plain view, while additionally giving youthful specialists their first experience of showing and guarding their work before a strong, yet aggressive, worldwide group of onlookers. It additionally bears youthful specialists their first chance to think about, and talk about, their work with those of their associates at different colleges.Read More»