20th Biennial Meeting of the Society for Free Radical Research International
Glucotoxicity and CD36 related oxidative stress in beta cell dysfunction
KyuChang Won, MD, PhD, Yeungnam University College of Medicine
The fifth annual SfRBM Regional Redox Symposium, organized by the Medical College of WIsconsin Redox Biology program, will be held virtually on May 13-14, 2021.
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: April 2021 Source: Free Radical Biology and Medicine, Volume 166 Author(s): John A. Collins, Maryna Kapustina, Jesalyn A. Bolduc, James F.W. Pike, Brian O. Diekman, Kimberlee Mix, Susan Chubinskaya, Emrah Eroglu, Thomas Michel, Leslie B. Poole, Cristina M. Furdui, Richard F. Loeser ...
Publication date: April 2021 Source: Free Radical Biology and Medicine, Volume 166 Author(s): Otto Morris, Heinrich Jasper ...
Publication date: May 2021 Source: Redox Biology, Volume 41 Author(s): Dragana Rajcic, Anja Baumann, Angélica Hernández-Arriaga, Annette Brandt, Anika Nier, Cheng Jun Jin, Victor Sánchez, Finn Jung, Amélia Camarinha-Silva, Ina Bergheim ...
Publication date: May 2021 Source: Redox Biology, Volume 41 Author(s): Daniela Giustarini, Annalisa Santucci, Desirée Bartolini, Francesco Galli, Ranieri Rossi ...
June 26, 2020
SfRBM's Senior Awards Committee has announced that the recipient of the 2020 Lifetime Achievement Award is Henrik E. Poulsen, MD, of the Rigshospitalet, University Hospital Copenhagen. Dr. Poulsen is being recognized for his comprehensive and long-term achievement in the translation of the basic aspect of oxidative stress into human diseases and their treatments.
June 2, 2020
The recent senseless killings of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, and Ahmaud Arbery have been emotionally overwhelming and traumatic. These deaths, along with the history of racial injustice and brutality against Black people, are stark reminders that racism continues to function in our society. SfRBM will continue to unequivocally denounce and condemn these and other instances of racialized violence and hate.
December 15, 2019
SfRBM leaders met with key representatives from the NIH Center for Scientific Review in Bethesda, MD on December 9 to discuss how the society can provide a readily accessible pipeline of redox expertise for study sections. SfRBM emphasized the importance of redox biology to a vast array of disease processes as well as an anticipated positive trend of our research in next few years. SfRBM presented data that illustrated the current challenges facing redox-related applications and the lack of qualified study section researchers available to review them.