Speakers - Paris Redox World Congress 2021 - October 14- 15, 2021

Paris Redox 2020 Speakers

Paris-Redox-2020-Speakers-Harry-van-goorAngiotensin-converting enzyme-2 (ACE2), SARS-CoV-2 and pathophysiology of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19)
Harry van Goor, President of ISANH from University Medical Center, The Netherlands
Paris-Redox-2020-Kennet-Olson-updatedAre Reactive Sulfur Species The New Reactive Oxygen species?
Kenneth R. Olson, Indiana University School of Medicine in South Bend, USA
Paris-Redox-2020-Helmut-Sies-FBOxidative Stress: Eustress and Distress
Helmut Sies
, Heinrich Heine University Düsseldorf, Germany
Paris-Redox-2020-Speakers-Enrique-TeranMitochondria, Oxidative Stress and Preeclampsia
Enrique Terán, Universidad San Francisco de Quito, Ecuador
Paris Redox 2020 Demetrios KouretasRedox & Fasting 2020: Periodic Fasting Improves Blood Oxidative Stress Profile in Humans
Dimitrios Kouretas
, University of Thessaly, Greece
Paris-Redox-2020-Cortese-Krott-FBRed Blood Cells as a Central Hub in the Interaction among Reactive Species
Miriam Margherita Cortese-Krott, Heinrich Heine University Düsseldorf, Germany
Paris Redox 2020 Stan KubowProbiotic Inhibition of Microbiota-mediated Oxidative Stress in the Gastrointestinal Tract
Stan Kubow, School of Human Nutrition, McGill University, Canada
Paris-Redox-2020-Bian-Jinsong-FBInteraction between Hydrogen Sulphide and Nitric Oxide in the Diabetic Cardiomyopathy
Jin-Song Bian, 
Southern University of Science and Technology, China
Paris-Redox-2020-Csaba-Szabo-FBUpregulation and Functional Role of Hydrogen Sulfide Producing Enzymes in Cancer
Csaba Szabo
, University of Fribourg, Switzerland
Paris-Redox-2020-Speakers d.j.mulderThe role of oxidative stress in the initiation and progression of systemic sclerosis
Udo Mulder, University of Groningen, The Netherlands
Paris-Redox-2020-marvin edeasIron: Innocent bystander or vicious culprit in COVID-19 pathogenesis?
Marvin Edeas, Institute Cochin -University Paris Descartes, France
Paris-Redox-2020-Speaker-laurent-Chatre-v1Effects of Photobiomodulation on Cancer Cells through the Reactive Species Interactome, Proteases and Bioenergetic Metabolism
Laurent Chatre,
University of Caen-Normandie, France
Paris-Redox-2020-Speakers Melanie MerkelHemin-induced oxidative death –linked to labile iron
Melanie Merkel, University of Marburg, Germany
Paris Redox 2020 Congress Arno BourgonjeSystemic Oxidative Stress, Microbiota and Redox-Targeted Therapeutics in Inflammatory Bowel Disease
Arno Bourgonje, University Medical Center Groningen, The Netherlands
Paris-Redox-2020-Speakers-Cartsen culmseeIntegrating Signaling Pathways of Ferroptosis and Necroptosis at Mitochondria
Carsten Culmsee, University of Marburg, Germany
Paris-Redox-2020-Speakers-Jose-Friedmann-AngeliAn Unexpected Antiferroptotic Activity of a Sterol Metabolite
Jose Friedmann-Angeli
University of Würzburg, Germany
Paris-Redox-2020-Speakers-Fudi WangFerroptosis in the Heart
Fudi Wang, University School of Medicine, China
Paris-Redox-2020-Speakers geiger-jonathanRegulation of Oxidative Stress and Cell Death by Lysosomal Iron
Jonathan Geiger
University of North Dakota, USA
Paris-Redox-2020-Speakers Marietta-ZilleFerroptosis and Necroptosis in Stroke
Marietta Zille, University of Luebeck, Germany
Paris-Redox-2020 Antonia WehnRole of necroptosis and iron deposits in traumatic brain injury
Antonia Clarissa Wehn, Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich, Germany

Paris-Redox-2020-Speakers Rajasekaran-Namakkal-SoorappanReductive Stress Causes Pathological Cardiac Remodeling and Diastolic Dysfunction
Rajasekaran Namakkal-Soorappan, the University of Alabama at Birmingham, USA



The Scientific Committee of Paris Redox 2020 published a preliminary agenda of 2 days congress.

Agenda V2

The congress will be organized Virtual and In-Person. If you wish to present your research as 10-15mins short oral communication or poster presentation, please submit your abstract.


Redox in the Press & Media

Surplus antioxidants are pathogenic for hearts and skeletal muscle

Credit : CC0 Public Domain  Many heart diseases are linked to oxidative stress, an overabundance of reactive oxygen species. The body reacts to reduce oxidative stress—where the...

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One-time treatment generates new neurons, eliminates Parkinson's disease in mice

Left: mouse astrocytes (green) before reprogramming; Right: neurons (red) induced from mouse astrocytes after reprogramming with PTB antisense oligonucleotide treatment.Credit: UC San Diego Health Sciences Inhibiting...

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A New Blood Component Revealed

Functional extracellular mitochondria revealed in the blood circulation. ©Alain R. Thierry/Inserm   Does the blood we thought to know so well contain elements that had been undetectable...

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Hydrogen sulfide: a target to modulate oxidative stress and neuroplasticity for the treatment of pathological anxiety

We remind you that during Paris Redox 2020, a specific session will be dedicated to Redox, H2S and Microbiota. We selected for you paper published by...

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SOD1 deficiency alters gastrointestinal microbiota and metabolites in mice

Redox imbalance induces oxidative damage and causes age-related pathologies. Mice lacking the antioxidant enzyme SOD1 (Sod1-/-) exhibit various aging-like phenotypes throughout the body and are...

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Hydrogen Sulfide: Recent Progressxion and Perspectives for the Treatment of Diabetic Nephropathy

Diabetic kidney disease develops in approximately 40% of diabetic patients and is a major cause of chronic kidney diseases (CKD) and end stage kidney disease...

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New cause of cell aging discovered

    Cells illustration (stock image). Credit: © Anusorn / Adobe Stock   New research from the USC Viterbi School of Engineering could be key to our understanding of how...

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Paris Redox 2019: A round table discussion dedicated to Reactive Species Interactome by Prof Marvin Edeas

Marvin Edeas, chairman of the Scientific Committee of Paris Redox 2019, Institut Cochin, Inserm U1016, University Paris Descartes, France will moderate a round table discussion...

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Study Provides New Insights For Ways to Use Cell Metabolism to Treat Cancer

Researchers at the University of Cincinnati (UC) College of Medicine have discovered that cell metabolism plays an important role in the ability of cells to...

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Scientists reverse Aging-associated skin wrinkles and hair loss in a mouse model

Wrinkled skin and hair loss are hallmarks of aging. What if they could be reversed? Keshav Singh, Ph.D., and colleagues have done just that, in a...

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Beef jerky and other processed meats associated with manic episodes

An analysis of more than 1,000 people with and without psychiatric disorders has shown that nitrates—chemicals used to cure meats such as beef jerky, salami...

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Non-antibiotic antimicrobial triclosan induces multiple antibiotic resistance through genetic mutation

Mutations led to resistance by up-regulating beta-lactamase and multi-drug efflux pump. Antibiotic resistance poses a major threat to public health. Overuse and misuse of antibiotics are...

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Is There a Link Between Diabetes and Parkinson's Disease?

People with type 2 diabetes may have an increased risk of having a diagnosis of Parkinson's disease later in life, according to a large study...

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Imaging Method Evaluates Cell Functional Changes and Wound Healing

Optical redox ratio maps of fibroblasts isolated from young and aged rats. Red regions correspond to high redox ratios, while blue regions correspond to low...

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Can Vitamins and Supplements Help Patients with Mitochondrial Disease?

Defects in mitochondria, the tiny structures that power our cells by functioning as biological batteries, cause an array of complex, often life-threatening disorders that can...

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'Natural insecticide' kills advanced prostate cancer cells: A Mitochondria issue

  Researchers reveal how a 'natural insecticide' can destroy advanced prostate cancer cells.   One of the hallmarks of advanced prostate cancer is a faulty PTEN tumor suppressor...

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Cells stressed out? Make mitochondria longer

Scientists at The Scripps Research Institute (TSRI) have discovered a new pathway in cells that promotes mitochondrial function during times of stress, a response that...

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Microcapsules Gain a New Power - Scavenging Reactive Oxygen Species

Stable, biocompatible microcapsules from the lab of Eugenia Kharlampieva have gained a new power — the ability to scavenge reactive oxygen species. This may aid microcapsule...

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Non-invasive detection of oxidative-stress biomarkers in exhaled air – an overview

During Paris Redox Congress 2018, Dr Guillaume Suarez, Head of Environmental Engineering group at Institut universitaire romand de Santé au Travail in Lausanne, Switzerland will...

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Lifespan and oxidative stress in Amish: What is the role of antioxidants?

In a study published in November 2017 by Prof. Douglas Vaughan, University of Chicago, it was shown that a rare genetic mutation that has boosted...

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Redox biomarker could predict progression of epilepsy

Approximately 2.9 million people in the United States suffer from epilepsy, according to the CDC. For patients living with this diagnosis and their doctors it...

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Safe utilisation of dietary sugars requires dynamic control of redox balance

Dietary sugars, such as glucose, are sensed intracellularly by a regulatory system, which includes transcription factor Mondo-Mlx and protein kinase SIK3. Together they...

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The 19th edition of Paris Redox Congress was a successful event

The 19th International conference on Oxidative Stress Reduction, Redox Homeostasis and Antioxidants " Paris Redox 2017" took place at Université Pierre et Marie Curie (UPMC)...

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Regional fat distribution in women: The relation to metabolic hormones, risk markers and total anti-oxidant status

Cardiovascular risk in postmenopausal women has been partly attributed to increased visceral fat accumulation. The team of Dr Saleh conducted a controlled study on healthy...

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