Rochester’s Maquat wins Wiley PrizeUniversity of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry professor Lynne E. Maquat has won the Wiley Prize in Biomedical Sciences.
Members elected to the National Academy of Sciences

Ten ASBMB members have been elected to the National Academy of Sciences. They were among 84 new members and 21 foreign associates recognized for the research this year. See our list.  

Jakob joins JBC as associate editor

Ursula Jakob of the University of Michigan became an associate editor for the Journal of Biological Chemistry in September. She spoke with ASBMB Today about her lab’s work exploring molecular chaperones and mechanisms of bleach resistance in bacterial and human cells.

Cech named science adviser to STORM Therapeutics

STORM Therapeutics has named Thomas Cech as a science adviser. Founded in 2015, STORM Therapeutics is a British-based developer of small-molecule inhibitors of RNA-modifying enzymes for the treatment of cancer. A leading figure in the field of RNA research, Cech shared the 1989 Nobel Prize in chemistry for discovering the catalytic properties of RNA.

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