Seminar: Peninsula Oxidative Stress Research Forum (POSReF)
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Two talks are presented at this month's POSReF seminar.

Imaging intracellular hydrogen peroxide in live plant cells using a genetically encoded fluorescent protein sensor 

  • Speaker: Dr Marino Exposito Rodriquez, Research Fellow, Environmental and Evolution Theme, Biosciences, University of Exeter.

Ageing, inorganic nitrate supplementation and vascular health 

  • Speaker: Dr Mario Siervo, Group Leader for Nutrition, Ageing and Health, MRC Human Nutrition Research, Cambridge University and Honorary Lecturer in Nutrition and Ageing, Institute of Cellular Medicine, Newcastle University.
Tea and coffee are available at 4.45pm with the talks starting at 5.15pm. 

Location: Bateman Lecture Theatre, Building One (Business School), Streatham Campus, University of Exeter.

All welcome.

Please contact Susan Westoby or Paul Winyard for further information.

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About POSReF
The POSReF forum was established in 2003 because it was evident that Oxidative Stress Research within multiple disciplines clearly represents a strong focus of research activity. Researchers regularly attending the forum come from diverse disciplines including physics, chemistry, biology (plant and animal), physiology, pharmacology, rheumatology, dermatology, experimental medicine, and many others. Attendees are drawn from researchers within the Medical School (University of Exeter), Plymouth University Peninsula Schools of Medicine and Dentistry, and the commercial biotechnology sector within the peninsula.

POSReF seminars are delivered jointly by Plymouth and Exeter Universities.

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