After obtaining a PhD in Medical Sciences from McMaster University he joined the University of Saskatchewan. His research program revolved mainly around examining how cells and tissues respond to disturbances in their environments. A major thrust of his research over the past 20 years has been delineating how dietary phase 2 protein inducing phytochemicals (Nrf2 activators) can decrease oxidative stress and inflammation in a variety of chronic disease models.

Bernhard H.J. Juurlink Department of Anatomy & Cell Biology, College of Medicine, University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, SK, Canada

After obtaining a PhD in Medical Sciences from McMaster University he joined the University of Saskatchewan. His research program revolved mainly around examining how cells and tissues respond to disturbances in their environments. A major thrust of his research over the past 20 years has been delineating how dietary phase 2 protein inducing phytochemicals (Nrf2 activators) can decrease oxidative stress and inflammation in a variety of chronic disease models.

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