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August 2019

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ASBMB Today August 2019

In our annual careers issue, we look at how scientists form startups and offer advice on everything from business cards to midcareer malaise. Also, a Q&A with Mike Shipston, an associate editor for the Journal of Biological Chemistry.

Read the August issue.

ASBMB Today June-July 2019

In this issue, we address the issue of legally mandated mental health accommodations for trainees and researchers in the life sciences. We also look at ketamine, a fast-acting drug that offers a new way to treat depression, and invite you to meet a Princeton postdoc who studies the link between metabolism and aging.

Read the June-July issue.

Journal News

New JLR virtual issue on lipoprotein (a)JLR Junior Associate Editor Gissette Reyes-Soffer highlights the work of early career researchers seeking to further our understanding of lipoprotein (a) pathophysiology.
Special issue of MCP: Multiomics studies of cancerResearchers surfing this multiomics wave report a plethora of new tools and approaches this month in a special issue of the journal Molecular & Cellular Proteomics devoted to integrating multiple omics.

Member News

In memoriam: Boyd O’Dell (1916–2019)Boyd O’Dell, one of the first scientists to reveal the important roles that folic acid and vitamin B12 play in development, died April 21. He was 102.
Remembering Mary Jane Osborn

Remembrances of a prominent biomedical researcher, a trailblazer for women in science and a former ASBMB president.

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