The Society for Free Radical Research-Europe (SFRR) was established in 1980. It is dedicated to spreading the interest in all forms of research related to free radicals in scientific fields. The limits of this exciting area were first plotted by a diverse group of synthetic organic chemists, radiation chemists, ESR spectroscopists, and biochemists. The important role of free radicals in cellular physiology and in disease has gotten widespread recognition, over the past few years. It promotes scientific advancement and education through conferences, congresses and summer schools for scientists to meet share and challenge the latest concepts in the supportive environment that supports the further development of the field.
Society continues to actively support the two journals Free Radical Biology & Medicine and Redox Biology.Read More»
The following is the list of scholars from Society for Free Radical Research who contributed and/or serves as editors for one or more OMICS International journals and conferences