ISOFRR holds annual meetings to promote the exchange of information, professional education, and to foster research.
The recent annual meeting took place on February 17-18, 2021.
The conference was held online, and for the first time, co-organized with the Society for Free Radical Research – Europe (SFRR-E).
To download the program click here → ISOFRR 2021 program
ISOFRR held a session on “redox signaling in aging” in the recent ILANIT meeting (February 2020, Eilat).
Dana Reichmann (HUJI) – Cross talk between redox regulation and protein quality control
Haim Cohen (BIU) – The age dependent metabolome
Sivan Henis-Korenblit (BIU) – Endogenous siRNAs promote proteostasis and longevity in germline-less C .elegans
Tslil Ast (Invited PostDoc, Harvard Medical School) – Friedreich`s ataxia: Pulling a therapy out of thin air
Einav Gross (PI, HUJI) – Development of novel oral drug aiming at disease-free aging
Mika Rotem (Student, TAU) – The importance of translation inhibition for the combat against oxidative stress
Fur further details on the program and registration – please visit the ILANIT website.
We are pleased to announce that ISOFRR is now linked to the Society for Free Radical Research – Europe (SFRR-E).
We encourage Israeli researchers in the redox biology field to join our Society with the new SFRR-E/ISOFRR double membership option. The cost of such double membership is 40 Euros (there is reduced price for students). There are several benefits for double membership, including reduced cost for publishing in the journal Redox Biology and discount for regular SFRR-E meetings.
For more details go to: https://www.sfrr-europe.org/index.php/menu-membership
♦ For activating SFRR-E/ISOFRR double membership, complete your registration at SFRR-E website Click here.
Note: Please print receipt of your payment to SFRR-E and bring it to the meeting (so we can offer you the reduced registration price).