Since SFRBM’s inception in 1987, the association has worked to establish a strong professional network, facilitate scientific interaction and develop resources for free-radical researchers and investigators throughout the world. SFRBM has established a 501(c)(3) foundation to ensure continued support for these activities.
The SFRBM Foundation's mission is to foster and support SFRBM's education, training and research programs as well as fund new development and opportunities in these areas.
SFRBM has always demonstrated a strong commitment to supporting members, especially young investigators. Did you know that, since 1995, SFRBM has provided over $400,000 in Research Mini-Fellowships, Travel and Young Investigator Award support to scientists in early stages of their career?
The Foundation provides a mechanism by which individual members can give back to the society and support the next generation of scientists so that they may fully realize their professional goals. You can donate to support a specific program or award, to honor the memory of a colleague or leader in our field or as a part of individual estate or tax planning.
Remember that donations are 100% tax deductible. Please click here or on the "DONATE TODAY" logo at the top of the page to make a donation on-line.
Donations can also be made by check and sent to the following address:
Society for Free Radical Biology and Medicine Foundation
8365 Keystone Crossing, Suite 107
Indianapolis, IN 46240
(Tax ID #26-4436442)
The Foundation Board is comprised of leaders in the free radical and redox biology field — a committed group of men and women who bring a wealth of experience from the medical field, academia and industry.
Christopher Kevil, Ph.D, LSU Health Sciences Center
Ralf Brandes, MD, F-SFRBM, Goethe-University,
Phyllis Dennery, MD, F-SFRBM, Children's Hospital of Philadelphia Research Institute
Brian Dranka, Ph.D., Seahorse Bioscience
Daret St. Clair, Ph.D., University of Kentucky