2020 Annual Meeting virtual content
Watch live research talks in our free virtual spotlight sessions, explore poster galleries and watch recorded poster presentations, and chat with the presenters in our themed Twitter discussions.
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The ASBMB's three prestigious journals offer a platform for your research with the benefit of editorial feedback, fast turnaround and open access.
Journal of Biological Chemistry
JBC publishes high-quality science that seeks to elucidate the molecular and cellular basis of biological processes.
Molecular & Cellular Proteomics
MCP showcases cutting-edge advances in proteomics, metabolomics and bioinformatics.
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.
By Matt Shipman
A Q&A with Matt Koci, a virologist and immunologist at North Carolina State University.
Congratulations to Namandjé Bumpus on her appointment as chair of the department of pharmacology and molecular sciences at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine.Read more
Steps toward equity in STEM
June 2 | 10–11 a.m. EDT
The talks in this session use surveys, interviews and reflective questions to gain fresh perspectives from people who often face barriers in their scientific trajectories. These views can inform best practices to promote persistence and success of underrepresented groups in STEM.
Shaping the Narrative: Effective science communication in the COVID-19 era
A panel discussion about how scientists can use their credibility and critical thinking to cut through the noise and guide the national COVID-19 dialogue. More
COVID-19 interruptions to NIH research
Understanding the funding implications and relief options of the recently passed CARES Act for the scientific community. More