ASBMB Today May 2019

For a lipid to be clinically useful, researchers must agree on its identity and on how much of it to expect in a healthy person. In this issue, Laurel Oldach chronicles the field-wide effort to work toward such agreements. And we talk to JBC associate editor Karin Musier–Forsyth about her research and teaching.
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Upcoming meetings

ASBMB's symposia provide unique, cutting-edge science, networking opportunities and the chance for students and young investigators to highlight their work on a scale not traditionally available in large national meetings. Upcoming events feature undergraduate education in the molecular life sciences , mass spectrometry in molecular and cellular proteomics , and serine proteases in pericellular proteolysis and signaling . See the full schedule of events .

ASBMB Today April 2019

It’s annual meeting time. Meet all the ASBMB award winners. Read about some new sessions. Check out a list of activities in Orlando, courtesy of our University of Central Florida student chapter. Also in this month’s issue, we have a Q & A with JLR editor Jean Schaffer.

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ASBMB Today March 2019

As we gear up for the ASBMB’s annual meeting, meet 14 early-career investigators who will speak at special symposia hosted by the society’s three journals. Also in this month’s issue, an interview with Phyllis Hanson, a JBC associate editor, and a personal essay about the benefits of the IMAGE grant-writing workshop.

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