Deadline for submitting abstracts for SfRBM 2018 is September 5, 2018.
Conference on the biology, chemistry and therapeutic applications of nitric oxide
Vascular Mechanotransduction: Redox Regulation and Beyond
Hanjoong Jo, Ph.D. - Emory University
Established in 1987, the SOCIETY FOR REDOX BIOLOGY AND MEDICINE is a professional organization comprised of scientists and clinicians investigating redox biology, a unifying theme in the pathophysiology of human diseases.
Publication date: October 2018 Source: Free Radical Biology and Medicine, Volume 126 Author(s): Hong Zhang, Lian Xue, Bingyan Li, Hailin Tian, Zengli Zhang, Shasha Tao AbstractFine particulate matter (PM 2.5) is a well-known air pollutant threatening public health. Studies has confirmed that long-te ...
Publication date: October 2018 Source: Free Radical Biology and Medicine, Volume 126 Author(s): Nick Kassouf, Christopher W.M. Kay, Arsen Volkov, Shih-Chieh Chiang, Mark A. Birch-Machin, Sherif F. El-Khamisy, Rachel M. Haywood AbstractUltraviolet-A and melanin are implicated in melanoma, but whether ...
Publication date: October 2018 Source: Redox Biology, Volume 19 Author(s): Erika Koltai, Zoltan Bori, Peter Osvath, Ferenc Ihasz, Szablics Peter, Geza Toth, Hans Degens, Jörn Rittweger, Istvan Boldogh, Zsolt Radak AbstractRegular physical exercise has health benefits and can prevent some of the ...
Publication date: October 2018 Source: Redox Biology, Volume 19 Author(s): Priya K. Prasai, Bandana Shrestha, A. Wayne Orr, Christopher B. Pattillo AbstractThe angiogenic capacity of local tissue critically regulates the response to ischemic injury. Elevated reactive oxygen species production, commo ...
July 15, 2018
SfRBM's Senior Awards Committee has announced that the recipient of the 2018 Lifetime Achievement Award is Daret St. Clair, Ph.D., of the University of Kentucky.
November 15, 2017
A recent breakthrough by Dr. Thomas Michel of Harvard School of Medicine has shown that insulin impacts the body in a unique way. The study, recently published in FRBM, unveiled an entirely unexpected mechanism whereby insulin-dependent generation of hydrogen peroxide (H2O2) in cardiac myocytes controls heart contractility and critical cell signaling pathways. These research findings have direct implications for our understanding of diabetic cardiomyopathy, which is a major cause of morbidity and mortality for patients with diabetes.
July 26, 2017
This special issue contains a collection of state-of-the art review articles and an updated overview of HNE involvement in human pathophysiology. It will be a valuable resource for researchers in the field, graduate and post-graduate students as well as grant awarding agencies. The issue is dedicated to the discovery of HNE and leading scientist Hermann Esterbauer on the occasion of the 20th anniversary of his death.