Seminar: Peninsula Oxidative Stress Research Forum (POSReF)
  • Matrix Lecture Theatre, Building One (Business School), University of Exeter, Streatham Campus, Exeter

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The next POSReF seminar will feature two speakers and take place at Exeter University (venue: Building One is number 84 on the campus map).

Nitric oxide and O2 availability: influence on skeletal muscle energetics and exercise performance

Speaker: Dr Anni Vanhatalo, Senior Lecturer in Exercise Physiology, Sport and Health Sciences, University of Exeter.

Oxidised collagen type II as target for treatment of arthritis conditions

Speaker: Dr Ahuva Nissim, Reader, William Harvey Research Institute, Queen Mary University London.

The seminar starts at 5.15pm (tea and coffee available at 4.45pm) and all are welcome.

POSReF's free annual barbecue will be held at this event but pre-registration is required to attend. Please email Susan Westoby ( by Friday 28 August to confirm your attendance. Depending on the weather, the BBQ will be either outside or inside the Xfi Sustain Cafe which is next to Building One.

Please email Susan Westoby or Paul Winyard for further information about POSReF seminars.

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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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