On November 1st and 2nd of 2006, the Linus Pauling Institute celebrated its 10th anniversary at Oregon State University. As part of that celebration, the Institute presented a Research Colloquium where the Principal Investigators provided an overview of their current research.
Synopses provided by Sandra Uesugi, OSU Environmental Health Sciences Center
Joseph Beckman, Ph.D.
Free radicals, antioxidants, and Lou Gehrig: The brain is a terrible thing to waste
Fred Stevens, Ph.D.
Bioconjugation of lipid peroxidation products: A new role for vitamin C?
Tory Hagen, Ph.D.
Increasing 'healthspan' through age-essential micronutrients
George Bailey, Ph.D.
Chlorophyllis in the prevention of cancer: From animal models to humans
David Williams, Ph.D.
Dietary supplementation of mothers during pregnancy and nursing protects their offspring from cancer in later life
Rod Dashwood, Ph.D.
Genetic and epigenetic approaches to cancer prevention and therapy by dietary agents
Emily Ho, Ph.D.
Dietary influences on DNA integrity and prostate cancer prevention
Tammy Bray, Ph.D.
Antioxidants, inflammation, and diabetes
Maret Traber, Ph.D.
Everything and much more than you ever wanted to know about vitamin E
Balz Frei, Ph.D.
How to live longer and feel betterwhat we have learned in the last 20 years
Last updated May 2007