The Society for Free Radical Research-Taiwan (SFRR-Taiwan) is dedicated to promote research related to free radicals in disciplines such as physics, chemistry, biology, medicine and related industries.

The SFRR -Taiwan held the first society meeting and the first symposium on January 14, 2001. The society was officially established by law with the approval of the Ministry of the Interior ((90)內社字第9005963) on February 19 in the same year. SFRR-Taiwan then joined the Society for Free Radical Research-Asia (SFRR-Asia) in March 2009.

Since 2006, the member societies of SFRR-Asia have been taking turns to host the biennial international symposium to provide a platform where professionals all over the world can share their experiences and knowledge in free radical research. By encouraging members to participate in international conferences and present lectures and posters, Taiwan may gain international recognition in free radical research in biomedical science and clinical medicine.

The aims of SFRR-Taiwan are as follows:
SFRR-Taiwan not only hosts national conferences and symposia annually but also encourages its members to participate in international conferences and academic exchange activities.