Call for election nominations

Nominations are being accepted for several positions on the governing council and two committees. The deadline is Feb. 23.

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Sonia Flores

"The ASBMB has always been a pioneer in issues of diversity and inclusion and recently, on issues of sexual harassment in STEM academic fields. I am immensely proud to be part of this community."

Parmvir Bahia

"I really appreciate that the ASBMB does more than offer support for traditional career paths. From science policy to outreach and science communication, members have the opportunity to learn from experienced staff using platforms that make these resources increasingly more accessible."

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ASBMB journals

The ASBMB's three prestigious journals offer a platform for your research with the benefit of editorial feedback, fast turnaround and open access.

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Journal of Biological Chemistry

JBC publishes high-quality science that seeks to elucidate the molecular and cellular basis of biological processes.

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Molecular & Cellular Proteomics

MCP showcases cutting-edge advances in proteomics, metabolomics and bioinformatics.

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Journal of Lipid Research

JLR is the most cited journal devoted to lipids in the world, focusing on the science of lipids in health and disease.

ASBMB Today
From the known to the unknown

From the known to the unknown

By Emily Ulrich

The ASBMB’s technical editor offers tips and tricks for writing a manuscript introduction.

Member spotlight
Gregory A. Petsko

Gregory Petsko, a professor of neurology at Brigham & Women’s Hospital and Harvard Medical School and a past president of the ASBMB, has been awarded the National Medal of Science, the nation’s highest scientific honor.

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Webinar

From the bench to the ballot: Stories from scientists who have run for office

Feb. 21 | 2–3:30 p.m. Eastern

This session aims to demystify the path from the bench to the ballot by highlighting the experiences of biochemists and molecular biologists serving in office at various levels. They'll discuss their career trajectories, their experience running for and serving in office and how they use their scientific background in office.

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Transcriptional regulation by chromatin and RNA polymerase

Transcriptional regulation by chromatin and RNA polymerase

Sept. 26–30 | Join us in Alexandria, Va. as the community comes together to discuss recent innovations and technological advances in the fields of transcription and chromatin biology. More