Organization

Local Organizing Committee

Frank Van Breusegem, Ghent University-VIB, Belgium

Claire Remacle, University of Liège, Belgium

Remi Willamme, University of Liège, Belgium

Jean-François Collet, Catholic University of Louvain, Belgium

Joris Messens, Free University of Brussels, Belgium

SFRR International Committee

Daniela Caporossi (Italy)

Josiane Cillard (France)

Bertrand Friguet (France)

Enrique Cadenas (USA)

Juan Sastre (Spain)

Helmut Sies (Germany)

Jose Vina (Spain)

Michael Jonathan Davies (Denmark)

Giovanni Mann (Great Britain)

Aphrodite Vasilaki (UK)

Clare Hawkins (DK)

Niki Chondrogianni (Greece)

Roland Stocker (Australia)

Jean-Olivier Defraigne (Belgium)

Charles Ramassamy (Canada)

Bato Korac (Serbia)

Frank Van Breusegem (Belgium)

Giuseppe Poli (Italy)

Patricia Oteiza (Argentina)

Brigitte Winklhofer-Roob (Austria)

Giuseppe Valacchi (Italy)

Yuji Naito (Japan)

Shinya Toyokuni (Japan)

Guy Jameson (Australia)

Holly van Remmen (USA)

Francisco Laurindo (Brazil)

Rafael Radi (Uruguay)

Moran Benhar (Israel)

Tilman Grune (Germany)

Plant Oxygen Group International Committee
Amna Mhamdi (Belgium)
Ann CUYPERS (Belgium)
Christine Foyer (UK)
Karl-Josef Dietz (Germany)
Pierre Frendo (France)
Michael Schroda (Germany)
Steven Spoel (UK)
Yonghua Li-Beisson (France)
 

Vitamin E Symposium

Jeffrey Atkinson (USA)

Angelo Azzi (USA, Switzerland)

Joan M. Cook-Mills (USA)

Jan Frank (Germany)

Nesrin Kartal-Özer (Turkey)

Danny Manor (USA)

Etsuo Niki (Japan)

Noriko Noguchi (Japan)

Maria Wallert (Germany)

Francesco Galli (President) (Italy)



The Society for Free Radical Research - Europe (SFRR-E) was founded in 1988, and is a member of the International Society for Free Radical Research. SFRR-E is a charitable voluntary, non-profit making institution, which has the objective of advancing education in free radical and redox processes, particularly those with industrial and medical importance. SFRR-E strives to provide continuing education and training to scientists who share an active interest in free radical and redox-related research. This is achieved by way of the SFRR-E website, newsletters, annual meetings and outreach activities, such as summer schools and webinars, which also provides a forum for discussions. SFRR-E also seeks to promote research and publication of its beneficial findings.

 

Members of SFRR-E receive publication discounts in the journals “Free Radical Biology and Medicine” and “Redox Biology”, which are leading journals in the field.

 

Further information about SFRR-E can be found on https://www.sfrr-europe.org



The Plant Oxygen Group (POG) was established in 1993 in the Society for Free Radical Research (SFRR- Europe) and now gathers laboratoriesresearching reactive oxygen and nitrogen species in all their aspects in plants. The main goal of POG is to provide a major interdisciplinary platform for cutting edge research in all aspects of free radical research in plants by organising every two years the POG conferences to provide a forum for discussion and for the effective exchange of information and new ideas on every aspect of oxygen metabolism, free radical action and oxidative signalling. The conferences also provide a dynamic interface between innovative academic research and practical applications in areas such as agriculture, forestry, plant pathology, food technology, medicine and human nutrition.

 

Further information about POG can be found on https://www.plantoxygengroup.eu