Oxidants and Antioxidants in Biology
TRANSLATIONAL REDOX SCIENCE
March 17-20, 2010
Fess Parker’s DoubleTree Resort, Santa Barbara, California
The scientific program of the 2010 World Congress of the Oxygen Club of California addresses the translational aspects of oxygen and redox biology and nutritional interventions, areas of research of high significance for public health.
The registration desk will open at 1:00 PM on Wednesday, with scientific activities starting 5:45 PM and finishing Saturday at 1:00 PM.
The congress opens with two keynote lectures by the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine 2008:
A Norman Krinsky Memorial Lecture will be delivered by:
Harald zur Hausen - "Novel agents in human carcinogenesis: status and perspectives"
Luc Montagnier - "Oxidative stress, gene activation and chronic disease"
Johannes von Lintig - "Carotenoid cleavage and biological action"
- Wound Healing
organized by Chandan K. Sen & Thomas K. Hunt
- Redox Signaling and Inflammation
organized by Junji Yodoi & Young-Joon Surh
- Cardiovascular Disease
organized by Dipak K. Das & Cesar G. Fraga
- Translational Science by Micronutrients
Carotenoids and Vitamin A
organized by Helmut Sies & Klaus Kraemer
organized by Valerian Kagan & Roland Stocker
Lipoic Acid and Polyphenols
organized by Lester Packer & Manfred Eggersdorfer
- Redox Imaging
organized by Hideo Utsumi & Periannan Kuppusamy
organized by Bruce N. Ames & José Viña
A number of Awards for Established and Young Scientists will be given during the Gala dinner on Friday, March 19th.
Registration is now available.