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Ryan Mailloux

Office:Memorial University

Dr. Mailloux’s research interests include defining the function of redox signals in regulating mitochondrial ROS release, characterization of the velocity for ROS release from the potential 12 sites of production, and the contribution of mitochondrial antixoxidant defenses in the clearance of cellular ROS. His lab is currently invested in fully characterizing the function of protein S-glutathionylation in controlling mitochondrial bioenergetics and the role these redox signals have in regulating whole body energy metabolism and the adaptation of muscle to exercise. Dr. Mailloux’s research is also currently focused on the function of transhydrogenase in clearing ROS formed in the cytoplasm.