2013 Redox Biology Symposium
Redox Signaling: A Potential Therapeutic Target for Human Disease

 The Redox Biology Center's 11th Annual Symposium, Redox Signaling: A Potential Therapeutic Target for Human Disease is scheduled for October 11, 2013 at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln Wick Alumni Center. 

Symposium Agenda

 This year's speakers:

Jonathan Abramson, PhD


"Redox Regulation of the Ryanodine Receptor - from molecular mechanism to drug development"

  Jon Abramson, Ph.D.
Professor, Department of Physics, Portland State University

Joseph J. Cullen, M.D.


"Treatment of Pancreatic Cancer with Pharmacological Ascorbate"

Joseph J. Cullen, M.D. Professor of Surgery, University of Iowa Carver College of Medicine

Sergey I. Dikalov, PhD

"Mitochondria - NADPH oxidase cross talk in redox signaling and hypertension"

Sergey I. Dikalov, Ph.D. Associate Professor, Director of Free Radicals in Medicine Core, Department of Medicine, Vanderbilt University Medical Center

Harry Ischiropoulos, PhD


"Landscapes of endogenous cysteine proteomes: functional protein regulationby S-nitrosylation"

Harry Ischiropoulos, Ph.D. Professor of Pediatric and Pharmacology; Children's Hospital of Philadelphia Research Institute and University of Pennsylvania

Patrick J. Pagano, PhD


"Nox Inhibitor Discovery & Vascular Disease, a Retrospective"

Patrick J. Pagano, Ph.D. Professor & Vice-Chair for Graduate Education, Department of Pharmacology & Chemical Biology and the Vascular Medicine Institute, University of Pittsburg

Leslie Poole, PhD


"Probing the mechanisms of peroxiredoxin function and protein cysteine oxidation in cell signaling"

Leslie Poole, Ph.D. Professor, Department of Biochemistry, and Director, Center for Structural Biology, Wake Forest School of Medicine

Matt Zimmerman, PhD

"Nanoformulated Superoxide Dismutase: An Alternative Therapeutic Strategy for Hypertension"

Matt Zimmerman, Ph.D. Associate Professor, Depratment of Cellular and Integrative Physiology, University of Nebraska Medical Center


We hope to see you at the 11th Annual Minisymposium. Advance registration is required but free