Dr. Neil Hogg named President-Elect of the Society for Free Radical Biology and Medicine
Dec. 07, 2012 College News - Neil Hogg, PhD, Professor of Biophysics, Assistant Dean of Students in the Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences and Director of the Redox Biology Program, has been named President-Elect of the Society for Free Radical Biology and Medicine (SFRBM). He will serve in this role until 2014, and then serve as President of the society for two years.
SFRBM is a Pan-American society with a global membership of over 1600 scientists, clinicians and trainees with an interest in Free Radicals and Redox Biology in health and disease. The society fosters rigorous chemical-biology approaches to redox signaling and oxidative damage in both normal physiological processes and in pathological conditions such as cardiovascular disease and metabolic syndrome, cancer, and neurodegeneration.