The University of Iowa Carver College of Medicine
The Electron Spin Resonance Facility has as part of its mission the goal of educating the research community in aspect of free radical biology and electron paramagnetic resonance.
Virtual Free Radical School
The Virtual Free Radical School is an education program of the Society for Free Radical Biology and Medicine. It is a set of slide presentations designed to be an introduction on focused topics in free radical biology. Educators may use these slides in their own lectures, but please reference the Virtual Free Radical School and send a thank you to the author(s).
Sunrise Free Radical School
The Sunrise Free Radical School is a feature of the annual meeting of the Society of Free Radical Biology and Medicine. Lectures presented by the faculty of the school since its inception in 1995.
Free Radicals in Biology and Medicine
This course is designed to give participants an understanding of the fundamental aspects of free radical and antioxidant chemistry, biochemistry, and biology. The goal is to provide the fundamental knowledge required by researchers who wish to pursue problems of human health that involve free radicals, related oxidants, antioxidants, and antioxidant enzymes.
Free Radical Nomenclature
The purpose of this document is to provide an easy reference to some of the language of Free Radical Biology. We provide here a beginning guideline to nomenclature and notation for free radicals and related species.
The purpose of this document is to provide an easy reference to some of the language of science. We want you to become familiar with the International System of Units (SI) and use them in the preparation of all presentations and documents while a member of FRRB.
Scientific Writing Seminar
Discussion focused on how to compose a scientific paper in order to sell your data with power writing.
Recent Ph.D. and Masters Theses
Theses from recent graduates are available for review.
Nitric Oxide Symposium (1995)
View topics, presenter names, and contact information from the 1995 symposium sponsored by the ESR Facility.