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 … Read More
The Johns Hopkins Health Review has just published an opinion piece by Dr. Fahey in which he examines “super-foods”.
We are obsessed with so-called superfoods . . . but do they really live up to the hype?… Read More
We have a new paper that was just published in the journal Molecular Nutrition and Food Research. In it we discuss the fact that sulforaphane (SF) from broccoli sprouts must be stabilized for use in nutritional supplements. … Read More
Be sure to check out the book entitled The Metabolic Dance by Teresa L. Johnson and Norman G. Hord. Teresa Johnson is a talented and accomplished dietitian, writer, and science communicator with a new website. She happens to be … Read More
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 … Read More
Dr. Rhonda Patrick at foundmyfitness.com has posted an excellent new webinar on YouTube about SULFORAPHANE.
This 48 minute video entitled “Sulforaphane and Its Effects on Cancer, Mortality, Aging, Brain and Behavior, Heart Disease & More” presents a comprehensive summary of current … Read More
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 … Read More
Long-time Chemoprotection Center member Kristina Wade has set up a fund-raiser for her daughter’s field hockey team. The team from Chesapeake High School in Pasadena, Maryland is seeking to raise funds for breast cancer research (all proceeds from their “… Read More
Participating in the scientific process can be very interesting when living in rural Mexico. It takes a different form than one might think of – no white, fluorescent-light washed rooms with modern equipment whirring and buzzing. This science is raw … Read More