2020 Suddath Symposium - "Redox Homeostasis and Signaling in Human Health and Disease"
January 9-10, 2020
Parker H. Petit Institute for Bioengineering & Bioscience
Reactive oxygen, nitrogen, and sulfur species play important roles in intra- and inter-cellular signaling by dynamically regulating protein structure and function via reversible oxidative post-translational modifications. However, the initiation, propagation, and transmission of redox signals are poorly understood. The purpose of the 2020 Suddath conference is to bring together chemical biologists, bioengineers, cell biologists, and biochemists to discuss the latest tools and approaches to probe and model redox signaling events in the context of human health and disease.
The Suddath Symposium is held annually to celebrate the life and contribution of F.L. "Bud" Suddath by discussing the latest developments in the fields of bioengineering and bioscience. The speakers include leading researchers from across the world. This successful symposium has been taking place for 28 years! Each year the symposium topic changes.
2020 Symposium Co-Chairs
Melissa Kemp, Ph.D. - Associate Professor, Wallace H. Coulter Department of Biomedical Engineering, Georgia Tech and Emory University
Amit Reddi, Ph.D. - Associate Professor, School of Chemistry and Biochemistry, Georgia Tech