Posts Categorized: Cancer

Exciting Recent Paper on Inflammation and Nrf2

Long time Center member Dr. Dinkova-Kostova participated in research described in a very exciting paper in Nature that she co-authored along with a large team of colleagues from Harvard (US), Trinity College (Ireland), the Universities of Dundee, Cambridge, and Glascow (all UK), and elsewhere. Their study describes discovery of a Krebs cycle derivative that is a crucial anti-inflammatory metabolite which also regulates type… Read more »

New Reata Scholar Joins the Chemoprotection Center

We welcome Dr. Sharadha Dayalan Naidu, who recently received her PhD from the University of Dundee in Scotland. Sharadha arrived in Baltimore in late March to assume her position in what we anticipate will be an ongoing relationship with a US-based pharmaceutical company which is developing activators of the cytoprotective (Nrf2) pathway that we have worked on for… Read more »

Release of new Webinar and Podcast on Isothiocyanates, Nrf2, Moringa & Sulforaphane Supplementation

Jed Fahey, Sc.D. on Isothiocyanates, the Nrf2 Pathway, Moringa & Sulforaphane Supplementation Released Jan 06, 2017 Preview YouTube video Jed Fahey, Sc.D. on Isothiocyanates, the Nrf2 Pathway, Moringa & Sulforaphane Supplementation Watch the Webinar or Listen to the Podcast  (available via FoundMyFitness.com on iTunes and Sticher)

Follow-up on the webinar/podcast with new FAQ page on this website

In response to the many questions we’ve received as follow-up to Dr. Fahey’s interview with Rhonda Patrick (FoundMyFitness.com), we have added a page with FAQs to this website, that we hope will answer some of the more commonly asked questions.  At the moment, the volume of questions coming in from this website, Twitter and Facebook is… Read more »

Chemoprotection Center’s work on Moringa featured

The Chemoprotection Center was featured in an article about Moringa, in the Johns Hopkins Magazine (The Hub).  Their work on Moringa and the concept of “superfoods” are discussed.  Dr. Fahey is quoted as saying, “Those who could benefit most from its use are in the poorer regions of the dryland tropics where it’s actually grown, …. Read more »