Advocacy/FASEB Representative
Patrick Pagano, Ph.D., University of Pittsburgh

Awards - Junior
Silvina Bartesaghi, Ph.D., Universidad de la República - Uruguay (chair)
Committee reviews conference abstracts online for Travel Awards and/or serve as a Young Investigator Award judges at SfRBM annual conferences.

Awards - Senior
Doug Thomas, Ph.D., University of Illinois at Chicago (chair)
Committee reviews and judges nominations for Discovery and Lifetime Achievement Awards and SfRBM Fellows.

Diversity, Equity & Inclusion
Brahma Mulugu, Ph.D., Duke University Medical Center (chair)
Committee is responsible for ensuring the Society honors its commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion within SfRBM and promoting within the redox research community.  

Eva Nozik, MD, University of Colorado Anschutz Medical (chair)
Committee addresses member misconduct complaints and makes recommendations to Council on sanctions.

Lin Mantell, MD, Ph.D., St. John's University (chair)
Committee develops endowed lectureship program, memorial and annual giving campaigns.

Free Radical School
Adam Case, Ph.D., Texas A&M University (co-chair)
Ryan Smith, Ph.D., Emory University (co-chair)
Committee selects topics and speakers for Free Radical School sessions at the annual conference and Redox Biology Virtual Seminars.

SfRBM Vice Presidents & Leadership Team
Committee develops and coordinates fundraising programs to support the SfRBM Annual Conference as well as other worthwhile society programs.

Marketing - Internal
Lucia Coppo, Ph.D., Karolinska Institute (chair)
Committee develops content for SfRBM DOT (newsletter), including interviews, feature articles and literature reviews.

Marketing/PR - External
Samantha Giordano-Mooga, Ph.D., University of Alabama at Birmingham (co-chair)
David Heppner, Ph.D., The University at Buffalo, SUNY (co-chair)
Committee works with PR firm to develop social media content and identify opportunities to promote SfRBM research in the mainstream press.

Membership Recruitment
Sayuri Miyamoto, Ph.D., University of São Paulo (chair)
Committee develops strategies to target new members around the world, with a focus on both senior scientists and younger investigators. Also identifies and communicates with chairs of redox biology programs worldwide about SfRBM membership.

Membership Retention & Recognition
Andrew Wojtovich, Ph.D., University of Rochester Medical Center (chair)
Committee develops programs and initiatives to retain society members.

Nominations/Leadership Development
Reto Asmis, Ph.D., Wake Forest School of Medicine (chair)
Committee coordinates programs that helps to identify future society leadership and evaluates submitted nominations for Council.

Professional Development
Dario Vitturi, Ph.D., University of Alabama at Birmingham (chair)
Committee responsible for organizing the Professional Development sessions at the annual conference in addition to facilitating the Mentorship Program.
Professional Development webpage

Publications Outreach
Francisco Laurindo, MD, Heart Institute (INCOR), University of São Paulo
Carola Neumann, MD., University of Pittsburgh
Committee works to promote SfRBM journals, Free Radical Biology & MedicineRedox Biology, Advances in Redox Research and Redox Biochemistry & Chemistry.

Regional Meetings
Jesus Tejero, Ph.D., University of Pittsburgh (chair)
Committee helps to program, market and execute SfRBM's annual Redox Symposium.

Strategic Alliances & Outreach
Eugenio Barone, Ph.D., Sapienza University of Rome (chair)
Committee identifies partnerships that will benefit members and/or expose other associations to SfRBM.

Trainee Council
Nirmal Kumar, University of North Dakota (chair)
Mekhla Singhania, University of Iowa (vice chair)
Responsible for representing trainee members to SfRBM leadership and to facilitate professional development sessions for trainees.

SfRBM Staff
Committee works to improve the content and exposure of website to members and field. 

Women in Science
Kimberly Dunham-Snary, Ph.D., Queen’s University (chair)
Committee whose focus is to improve pathways for women to contribute fully to academic research by promoting the visibility and participation of women scientists in SfRBM.
Women in Science webpage