Welcome to the Paris World Congress 2020

Dear Colleagues,

The 22nd International Conference on Oxidative Stress Reduction, Redox Homeostasis and Antioxidants - Paris Redox 2020 - will be organized at the Pierre and Marie Curie University, Paris, France on June 25-26, 2020.

I am honored to serve as your new President for the upcoming Paris Redox World Congress 2020. Hereby I will also express my gratitude to professor Frédéric Batteux for his excellent leadership in the past years. In the upcoming meeting we will discuss Redox signaling in the light of the Redox Signaling Interactome (RSI) implicating a role for reactive oxygen species, reactive nitrogen species and reactive sulfur species in the modulation of redox signaling pathways. The inclusion of multiple reactive species as driving forces of redox signaling will significantly broaden our scope. Abstracts on mechanisms by which cells respond to RSI stress and thereby prevent structural and functional damage and death are welcomed to a great extent. We also aim to highlight downstream biochemical alterations induced by RSI stress and evaluate recent advances on disease biomarkers, related to RSI alterations. To further elucidate the various mechanisms of redox control in oxidative stress related pathologies and aging, we welcome data on the identification and dissection of the function of the key players in reactive species-related redox processes.

Paris Redox 2020 will make an important contribution to a better understanding of RSI-induced redox control in physiological and pathological conditions that will lead to novel therapeutic and disease-preventive agents. Clinical studies in the field are therefore of eminent importance.

We invite you to submit papers on reactive oxygen species, reactive nitrogen species and reactive sulfur species related to health and disease ranging from fundamental and technical aspects to experimental and clinical diseases.

We like to welcome you in Paris for an great meeting in June.


Harry van Goor President of ISANHProf. Harry van Goor

President of ISANH
Department of Pathology and Medical Biology
University medical Center
Groningen, the Netherlands