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ASBMB Today June-July 2019

In this issue, we address the issue of legally mandated mental health accommodations for trainees and researchers in the life sciences. We also look at ketamine, a fast-acting drug that offers a new way to treat depression, and invite you to meet a Princeton postdoc who studies the link between metabolism and aging.

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ASBMB program accreditation

ASBMB accreditation provides recognition for upholding the highest standards of excellence and innovation in biochemistry and molecular biology education. The next application deadline is Oct. 1.

Journal News

Karin Bornfeldt joins the Journal of Lipid Research as associate editor

Starting July 1, Karin Bornfeldt from the University of Washington in Seattle began her new role as JLR associate editor. Bornfeldt is a preeminent expert in lipoprotein metabolism, inflammation and cardiovascular complications in diabetes and has been an editorial board member of JLR since 2017.

Avoiding ethical violations: a primer for authors

The Journal of Biological Chemistry is known for its commitment to rigor, transparency and reproducibility in publishing research "motivated by biology, enabled by chemistry." In keeping with its mission of safeguarding and disseminating significant and enduring research, the JBC has created a poster for authors featuring tips on how to avoid ethical violations in publishing .

Member News

Remembering Mary Jane Osborn

Remembrances of a prominent biomedical researcher, a trailblazer for women in science and a former ASBMB president.

Members elected to National Academy of Sciences

Seven ASBMB members have been elected to the National Academy of Sciences. They were among 100 new members and 25 foreign associates recognized for their research.  

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