ASBMB Today May 2018

This month we look at the puzzle of Parkinson’s disease and recent efforts to address the aggregation of misfolded alpha-synuclein before it reaches the brain. JBC associate editor Chris Whitfield talks about his research into bacterial polysaccharides. And Bill Sullivan explains how to serve up a killer research seminar. Read the May issue .

Careers blog: weekly jobs roundup

The ASBMB observed  Alcohol Awareness Month  during the month of April. Here is a  weekly jobs roundup  that highlights a number of career options focused on the science of alcohol and substance abuse.

Grassroots Advocacy: How to write an op-ed

Advocacy comes in many shapes and sizes. Whether it's marching or performing outreach activities, there are many ways to amplify your message and build support for important issues that affect you and your community. Learn more about joining the op-ed writing campaign .

ASBMB Today April 2018

The April issue of ASBMB Today is full of information you’ll need if you’re attending the 2018 ASBMB Annual Meeting. Find profiles of this year’s annual award lecturers, a map of main attractions in San Diego (aka beaches), a dining guide and a schedule of sessions about life outside of the lab. The cover story this month is about using microbes to preserve artifacts. Also in this issue is a Retrospective for Nobel laureate Günter Blobel, two essays (one by a grad student and the other by a faculty member) about problems with the GRE, a sampling of new research published in ASBMB journals, and much more. Read the April issue .

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