The 16th biennial Society for Free Radical Research International (SFRRI) meeting will be a premier forum for the latest advancements in free radical research. This meeting will be held on 6 to 9 September 2012 in London, Martin, Netherlands.
he 16th Biennial Meeting of the Society for Free Radical Research – International is being hosted by the Society for Free Radical Research – Europe and will be held at Imperial College London, 6-9 September 2012. On behalf of SFRR-Europe, Giovanni Mann, Malcolm Jackson, Frank Kelly, and Tilman Grune aim to liaise with our sister societies and SFRR-International to set up an International Scientific Programme Committee and International Advisory Board, who will be involved in the selection of Scientific Symposia and Keynote Speakers. The 16th SFRRI meeting will be preceded by a Satellite Meeting of the HNE Club on Wednesday 5 September 2012 at Imperial College London, and further details for this Satellite Meeting will be posted on this website in due course.
The 16th biennial meeting for the Society for Free Radical Research International (SFRRI) will be held at Imperial College London in the heart of South Kensington in London. This meeting will be a premier forum for the latest advancements in free radical research. International experts from a broad range of disciplines including chemistry, biology and medicine will gather in 2012 to discuss the impact of current research, concepts and applications of free radicals and antioxidants in medicine and pharmaceutical industry
The exciting scientific programme features morning plenary lectures, followed by afternoon parallel themed sessions as well as early evening poster presentations. Spanning four days, the meeting will bring together over 800 of your peers giving you a unique chance to network and interact with your international colleagues.
Aging : Longevity and Aging in Insects and C. elegans
Antioxidants and Novel Therapeutics : Mitochondrial Biogenesis and Redox Signaling
Biochemistry of Reactive Lipid Species : Neuroscience
Cancer : Nitric Oxide and its Interactions
Cardiovascular Diseases : Nutritional Regulation of Redox Processes – a Future for Antioxidants?
Chemistry of Free Radicals and Reaction Mechanisms: Oxidative and Nitrosative Stress in Plants
Developmental Priming of Impaired Redox Signaling and Disease : Oxidative DNA Damage
Diabetes-Metabolic Syndrome – a Role for Free Radicals : Protein Oxidation and Nitration
Endoplasmic Reticulum Stress: Proteomics and Genomics
Epigenetics, DNA Methylation and Histone Modification: Pulmonary Diseases
Free Radicals in Human Performance and Exercise : Role of Free Radicals in Signal Transduction and Gene Transcription
Generation and Actions of Reactive Oxygen Species: Stroke and Neurovascular Protection
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