The annual meeting round-up

Published April 01 2019

Maybe your new favorite T-shirt?

ASBMB T-Shirt This year’s American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology annual meeting T-shirt design comes from the ASBMB Student Chapter at Otterbein University in Westerville, Ohio.

“We came up with this idea one day while in the research lab,” Erin Hughes, the chapter’s president, said. “A few chapter members were trying to brainstorm what ASBMB and BMB meant to us.”

Chapter member Katie Dodds came up with the idea to use some common research techniques to spell out ASBMB and created the design. Hughes drew up the final design and thought of the phrase “these are a few of my favorite things.”

 

The Otterbein University ASBMB Student Chapter is a decentralized student chapter that prides itself on allowing everyone to be involved, Hughes said. “We focus on making connections between the members and talking about science in new and fun ways.”

This year’s T-shirt will be sold at the ASBMB booth at Experimental Biology 2019 in Orlando, April 6–9.

 

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2. Select “Experimental Biology 2019.”

3. Browse sessions and abstracts.

4. Build your schedule.

5. Get ready to enjoy #ASBMB2019 at EB!

 

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If so, drop by ASBMB headquarters for an on-camera interview.

We invite you to share

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  • • inspiring personal experiences
  • • opinions on other topics

The edited videos will be paired with online editions of upcoming ASBMB Today articles.

Please contact our media specialist, Allison Frick, email or on Twitter, to schedule your interview or ask questions.

 

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Guillaume Thibault Guillaume Thibault is an assistant professor in the School of Biological Sciences at the Nanyang Technological University in Singapore. In his lab, he uses his multidisciplinary training to tackle biological key questions on endoplasmic reticulum stress, lipid regulation and homeostasis using the model organisms yeast, cell culture and C. elegans. He won the highly competitive Elite Nanyang Assistant Professorship Award in 2013.

Thibault was previously a research fellow in Davis Ng’s laboratory at Temasek Life Sciences Laboratory, Singapore. He received his Ph.D. under the supervision of Walid Houry in the department of biochemistry, University of Toronto, Canada.

This is Thibault’s first Experimental Biology conference.

Follow him on Twitter @Guillou76 or @ThibaultLab.