Redox Biology Program


The Redox Biology Program provides training for students, and high-quality education events for clinicians and basic science investigators. We create a strong platform for professional develop by sponsoring monthly work-in-progress sessions, special seminars and symposia.
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Oxidative Signaling Journal Club

Oxidative Signaling Journal Club

Oxidative Signaling Journal Club examines recent manuscripts regarding oxidative signaling pathways with responses ranging from cell proliferation to cell senescence or death. Novel sensing mechanisms and sensor proteins responding to reactive oxygen species or reactive nitrogen species redox are of particular interest. Once a month, we have a work-in-progress presentation. Typically, the Oxidative Signaling Journal Club is held Fridays from 12:00 pm–1:00 pm in Room 376 in the Department of Biochemistry.
Contact Person: Dr. Al Girotti


The MCW Redox Biology Symposium offers clinicians and basic science researchers the opportunity to gather to learn about and discuss new frontiers in redox biology. The intensive program includes presentations by pioneering researchers and clinicians that highlight advances in areas such as cancer and cardiovascular, inflammatory, and age-related diseases.