The Society for Redox Biology and Medicine (SfRBM) has introduced a new logo that will improve its visual identity to redox biology scientists, policymakers, funders and partner organizations.
The new logo comes at the end of a nearly year-long process to rebrand the society to better reflect SfRBM’s status as the premier organization for oxidative and redox research. The logo will be applied to all SfRBM programs, services, and communication vehicles.
“We are thrilled to unveil this new logo,” said Neil Hogg, SfRBM President. “The logo is cleanly designed and will serve us well as we prepare for the international meeting we will host in San Francisco next year. I want to thank all those who put in extensive time to review all the options.”
SfRBM provides a forum for members to share their research through conferences and workshops, interaction with science foundations and funding agencies, and education of policy makers and health professionals.
Founded in 1987, the Society for Redox Biology and Medicine (SfRBM) is an international organization of more than 1,200 scientists, investigators and clinicians who conduct research in the area of redox biology. These areas have shown explosive growth over the last decade and are now integral to major initiatives in basic, applied and translational research, including the development of new therapies in cancer, heart disease, aging and cardiovascular disease.
Free Radical Biology and Medicine and Redox Biology, published by Elsevier, serve as the two official journals of SFRBM.