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Future Events > Redox Regulation in Health and Disease

Redox Regulation in Health and Disease - a celebration of 50 years of the Keilin Memorial Lecture

19—21 March 2014

Royal Society Edinburgh, UK



A Biochemical Society Focused Meeting

 

Meeting background

 

Join us in Edinburgh in March 2014 for an exciting and topical conference on “Redox Regulation in Health and Disease”.

Redox regulation is an important topic that spans basic and translational research and we have assembled a program that includes leading international researches in the field.

 
Topics:
  • Tools for measuring redox states of tissues, cells and molecules
  • Redox regulation of biological pathways
  • The role of redox imbalances in ageing and disease
  • Redox systems biology

 

Proceedings (invited speakers) have been published in Biochemical Society Transactions.

 

The winner of the Biochemical Society Transactions poster prize was:

Lewis Tomalin - Using a kinetic model as a tool to investigate how peroxiredoxins regulate responses to hydrogen peroxide. 

 

The runners-up of the Biochemical Society Transactions poster prize were:

Lauren Jamieson - Mapping redox potential in 3D breast cancer tumour models 

Zeenna Stapper - Role of redox signalling events in protein misfolding diseases 

 

Abstract submission is now closed.

  

Registration is now closed.

 

Oral communication slots are available at this meeting. All attendees, particularly researchers in the early stages of their career, are invited to submit a poster abstract for consideration as an oral communication.

 

Student Bursaries are available for this meeting.

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