האגודה הישראלית לחקר חמצן ורדיקלים חופשיים
The Israel Society for Oxygen and Free Radical Research is dedicated to enhancing interactions and providing meetings and discussion forums to Israeli researchers (from academia, government, hospitals, and industry) interested in redox biology and medicine. Redox biology is the study of oxidation-reduction processes associated with life. The society aims to promote scientific interaction between Israeli scientists who have interest in redox processes affecting health and disease. Areas of research include, but are not limited to: roles of free radicals in cellular physiology and disease, adaptation to oxidative stress in different species (microorganisms, animals and plants), antioxidants, and redox-based therapeutics.
ISOFRR held a session on “redox signaling in aging” in the recent ILANIT meeting (February 2020, Eilat). See Meetings page for further information.
We are happy to announce that ISOFRR is now linked with Society for Free Radical Research Europe (SFRR-E).
More information on the Meeting page.
We are happy to announce a collaboration between ISOFRR and the journal Antioxidants, an international peer-reviewed open access journal published monthly online by MDPI. For more information visit the journal website.
The benefits for ISOFRR members are as follows:
10% discount on the article processing charges to publish in Antioxidants
Discounted publication fees for open access books;
Sciforum.net platform for organizing ISOFRR conferences and conference organizing services at preferential rates. ISOFRR as well as each of its members will be able to use the platform free of charge if self-managed;
The possibility for the society and its members to post job announcements free of charge on the website of Antioxidants.
Redox biology is a broad and multidisciplinary field. It represents a growing area of research worldwide. ISOFRR welcomes all Israeli scientists who are active or have interest in the field of redox biology and medicine to take active part in the society activities.