ASBMB Special Events
ASBMB Opening Reception and Dance
Saturday, April 24
Immediately following the Opening Lecture
Hilton, Anaheim Hotel, California Ballroom D
Start the meeting off meeting new friends and reconnect with colleagues. Enjoy light refreshments, networking and dancing. All ASBMB members, Biochemistry non-members, and guests are welcome at the Opening Lecture and Reception which immediately follows the lecture.
Saturday, April 24,
*Advance registration required. Registration Closed.
Energize your career objectives with insider perspectives on career options, panel discussions that respond to your burning questions, and networking opportunities that will benefit you in Anaheim and in the future. Join us for this pre-meeting program that is sure to help you make the most of your "big" meeting experience in Anaheim.
Sunday, April 25, 7:00 AM start
* Advance registration required. Registration Closed.
Join your fellow running or walking enthusiasts for a 5K event around the redeveloped Anaheim. If you haven’t been to Anaheim in a while, you’ll enjoy seeing all the city now has to offer. Registration is available at the time of early registration for EB2010.
Talk with the Editors: New Guidelines for Publishing in the JBC
Sunday, April 25, 12:30 PM
Anaheim Convention Center, Ballroom E, Third Floor
Seating is limited and attendance is offered on a first come, first served basis.
The JBC is hosting a lunchtime discussion session for anyone interested in learning about the JBC review guideline changes and how it effects those submitting work to the Journal of Biological Chemistry. Join our Associate Editors to learn about our broadened scope for the best papers in emerging research areas and how you can help us forge new paths of discovery.
Minority Scientists Welcome Reception
Sunday, April 25, 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Hilton, Anaheim Hotel, Palos Verdes Room
New schedule! This year, the ASBMB Minority Affairs Committee is hosting a Welcome Reception on Sunday evening, following the afternoon symposia. PI’s, industry professionals, educators, young professionals and students are welcome to attend this networking and mentoring reception.
Monday, April 26, 12:30 PM - 2:00 PM
Anaheim Convention Center, Room 304A, Third Floor
Scientific Thematic Receptions
Monday, April 26 & Tuesday, April 27, 5:50 - 6:30 PM
Anaheim Convention Center, Third Floor Foyer
Meet the speakers and network with colleagues at ASBMB’s Thematic Receptions. Each of our ten scientific themes will host a reception following the afternoon symposia on Monday or Tuesday. Consult the meeting program for scheduling details.
ASBMB presents a special screening of:
Naturally Obsessed: the Making of a Scientist
Come See the Drama Unfold!
Monday, April 26, 6:30 – 7:30 PM
Anaheim Convention Center
Ballroom D, Third Floor, General Seating Available
Naturally Obsessed: The Making of a Scientist is a new documentary film that reveals a rare and fascinating view of the world of laboratory science. Featuring a group of eager students, mentored by Dr. Larry Shapiro, the film follows them along a challenging and uncertain journey toward their PhD degrees. As the story unfolds, the interdependent mentor-student relationship reveals the human face of scientific research.
The film was shot over three years’ time at Columbia University Medical Center and also documents how x-ray crystallography enables the discovery of the molecular structure of the AMPK protein, considered prime for targeted drug development because of its relevance to diabetes and obesity.
Young Experimental Scientists (Y.E.S.) Mixer
Monday, April 26, 9PM
Marriott Hotel, Grand Ballroom, Salon E
You must wear your badge to gain admittance. Dance, relax, network while enjoying complimentary snacks and soft drinks. The EB sponsoring societies encourage responsible drinking for those drinking alcohol. Alcohol will not be served to anyone under the age of 21 (be prepared to show identification).
Tuesday, April 27, 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
Anaheim Convention Center, Room 211B, Second Floor
The Narrowing Gender Gap? Join fellow women biochemists and molecular biologists for a panel discussion reflecting on the gender gap issue and its impact in the field of science. A reception will follow for informal discussion and networking. Click the event title for current program details.