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SFRR Australasia & Japan Conference, 5–7 December 2022 in Christchurch, New Zealand

View of alps from Sumner beach

30th Meeting of SFRR Australasia & 10th Joint Meeting with SFRR Japan

Theme: Redox Pathways in Biology and Medicine

The Centre for Free Radical Research is pleased to invite you to the in-person* conference of SFRRA&J to be held in Christchurch, New Zealand from 5–7 December 2022. Abstract submission is now open, please see below for the relevant links.

(*COVID contingency: In the event that an in-person conference is not possible, we will convert the conference to a Zoom format. Registration fees will be refunded except for a $100 operational charge.)

Live updates via Linktree

SFRRA&J 2022 conference updates – Linktree

The programme and keynote speakers

The latest programme is available via the linktree (see above).

The conference will run from 8:15am – 6:00 pm Monday and Tuesday, and 8:15am – 3:30pm (TBC) on Wednesday.

Confirmed keynote speakers

Confirmed invited speakers

Abstract submissions are still open for poster presentations only

The conference organising committee still accepting poster presentations. Please download the abstract template, complete and email to

Download the 2022 SFRRA&J abstract template (DOCX)

Conference registration is open!

Registration is now open for the 30th Meeting of SFRR Australasia & 10th Joint Meeting with SFRR Japan.

Register here

The registration fee below includes catering (daily lunches, tea breaks, plus the conference dinner on Tuesday evening), and a carbon mitigation charge which will be used to plant native trees on the hills of Christchurch.

Before 30 September (NZD) After 1 October (NZD)
Student $400.00 $450.00
Full $500.00 $550.00

Accommodation and transport

A list of recommended local accommodation and other logistical information is available on the Linktree.

Contact the organising committee

Please direct any questions or queries to the committee via:

Professor Tony Kettle