NEW: Encouraging undergrads to attend


Lively debates at poster sessions. Impromptu mentoring from high-profile researchers. Speed networking with scientists in multiple fields. Debra Martin and Mary Huff, regional directors of the ASBMB Student Chapters, describe the meeting’s benefits.

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NEW: Students conference guide


Conference veteran Marya Sabir provides step-by-step instructions on everything from creating a poster to follow-up emails.

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New this year: science in a flash


At the 2019 ASBMB annual meeting, grad student and postdoc travel awardees will push their science-communication skills to the limit in a competition that gives them four minutes and one figure to explain their research — you’ll want to be in the audience.

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Scientific session snapshots


Get a sneak peek at what you can look forward to at the 2019 ASBMB Annual Meeting in Orlando. We asked the session organizers for their pithiest pitches.

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Abstract advice


It’s abstract season at the ASBMB. The deadline for submitting abstracts for the 2019 annual meeting is Nov. 14. To help you get started, we’ve rounded up some tips on what to do (and not do) to make your abstract shine.

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Abstract topics


Here’s the complete list of topics for ASBMB 2019.

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Orlando, here we come


David Bernlohr and Hao Wu, program co-chairs of the 2019 ASBMB annual meeting, offer plenty of reasons — other than Disney World — to visit Florida in April.

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ASBMB award winners


Don’t miss their lectures at the annual meeting in Orlando.

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How do grad students and postdocs choose conferences?


Sarah Martin puts this question to her peers — and then puts the ASBMB annual meeting to the test.

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A dozen moments in the spotlight


More than 200 scientists — from undergrads to established investigators — presented their research during Spotlight Sessions at the 2018 ASBMB annual meeting. Here’s what 12 of them said about the experience.

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