Provide feedback on the NIH’s evolving Next Generation Researchers Initiative policy

The ASBMB public affairs staff and Public Affairs Advisory Committee want your opinion on the National Institute of Health’s latest policy initiatives to support the next generation of researchers.  As a member of the research community, you have a valuable perspective and we want to make sure that the NIH takes note! 

ASBMB Today September 2018

In the September issue of ASBMB Today, science writer Laurel Oldach takes a deep look at sexual harassment in science — as the #metoo movement reaches research labs, activists ask universities, funding agencies and scientific societies to do more about the problem. And from our annual meeting program cochairs, an invitation to visit Orlando in April 2019.
Read the September issue.

ASBMB Today August 2018

In our special August careers issue you’ll find inspiration, advice and stories from professionals at all stages of their career journeys. Also — an interview with Jerry Hart, the ASBMB’s new president; an essay on the perils of a colorblind ideology, and a remembrance of Nobel Prize winner Paul Boyer.
Read the August issue.

Where are all the science jobs?The number and types of science jobs out there fluctuate with workforce demands, and qualifications change based on these trends. Thus, it is important for early-career scientists to track hiring trends within the science and technology labor markets. This ASBMB jobs blog post has some tips for doing that.
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