Topics of Special Interest

  • Nutrition as it relates to biochemistry, neurochemistry, molecular biology, physiology, toxicology, chemical mutagenesis, embryonic and child development, normal and pathological aging processes, cognitive and emotional brain functions and pharmacology.
  • Effects of toxic metals and metalloids on human health, as well as of natural antidote nutrients, such as selenium, with several factors now interacting to distort the balance between burdens of toxic elements and dietary intake of their natural antidote nutrients.
  • Biocompatibility and adverse reactions of dental biomaterials.
  • Interactions between environment and human health and the role of the environment in causing or mediating disease. But equally, if not even more important, also try to find practical ways to integrate better than now knowledge from environmental and medical sciences.