Cambridge England Nrf2 Conference – Day 3 Highlights

Day 3 of the Nrf2 Science Conference at Cambridge University is completed – and I think my brain is melting after 3 days of intense discussions about Nrf2 pathway metabolism! In a good way, of course.

Pictures of Cambridge (hey, it’s a very cool historic University – founded in 1209)!

Cambridge Alley Cambridge Buildings Cambridge Church Cambridge River Cambridge River2

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  1. Thank you for sharing this! I have enough familiarity with the terminology from my college molecular bio days that it kept me exploring this for a good hour and a half, understanding a smidge, and enjoying every minute!.🙂 This is information is so exciting, and yet frustrating at the same time that people don’t get that it’s not “just another supplement.” Thank you for all of your hard work! Your wonderful approach and ability to communicate this information not only with other scientists, but also so clearly with the rest of us laypeople, is a gift to us all! We are so fortunate to have you, Dr. Tabott. Sincerely, Noel Crider (From Auburn, CA – brought you a bag of local mandarins when you came to speak😉 ) See you in San Antonio!

  2. Tim Bartels

     /  January 9, 2015

    Hi Dr Talbott, we need to get you up here in Canada sometime…it would be great to hear of some of this great science first hand !!!

    Warmest Regards, Tim Bartels

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