From the journals: JLR
Journal News

From the journals: JLR

By Dawn Hayward
Topics include fatty livers and hormones, how pathogens exploit lipid rafts and the lipoprotein–blood clot link.
Student Chapters

Cupcakes and bra pong — raising awareness through outreach

Students at Marymount Manhattan College raised breast cancer awareness on their campus with an event funded by an ASBMB Student Chapter Outreach Grant.

News and Ideas

Agarwal elected; Bassler honored; remembering Jane Park
Member News

Agarwal elected; Bassler honored; remembering Jane Park

January 27, 2020

Awards, promotions and more. Find out what's going on in the lives of ASBMB members.

Premed from day 1 — researcher from day 3
Student Chapters

Premed from day 1 —
researcher from day 3

January 27, 2020

In his senior year, Koushik Muralidharan was elected ASBMB Student Chapter president at Monmouth University.

Why you need more vitamin D in the winter
Wellness

Why you need more vitamin D
in the winter

January 26, 2020

With less exposure to sunlight in winter, adults should take in at least 600 international units per day of vitamin D from supplements or foods like oily fish, mushrooms and fortified dairy.

Calendar of events, awards and opportunities
Announcement

Calendar of events, awards
and opportunities

January 26, 2020

Use this weekly list to get your ducks in a row.

From the journals: MCP
Journal News

From the journals: MCP

January 25, 2020

Read about capturing a peptide link between migraines and opioid-induced sensitivity, profiling autologous body fluid exosomes and finding the RSK in melanoma protein interactions.

This week’s staff picks
Stroopwafels

This week’s staff picks

January 25, 2020

Frank Lloyd Wright, juvenile incarceration, facial-recognition software. These are just a few of the topics we're reading about/watching/listening to.

From the journals: JBC
Journal News

From the journals: JBC

January 24, 2020

Recent topics include misfolded tau proteins in Alzheimer’s disease, how enzymes trim peptides and how a parasite hijacks the immunity of its host.

Reworking your résumé for industry

Reworking your résumé for industry

January 24, 2020

Interested in entering or moving up in industry? Michael Matrone, associate director of the Office of Career and Professional Development at the University of California, San Francisco, offers tips for creating an effective résumé.

Understanding how arsenic changes chromatin and causes cancer
Research Spotlight

Understanding how arsenic changes chromatin and causes cancer

January 23, 2020

Yvonne Fondufe–Mittendorf, who took a winding path from the Republic of Cameroon to the bluegrass of Kentucky, calls herself “an academic tourist.”

Meet Our Contributors

Martin J. Spiering
Martin J. Spiering
Kerri Beth  Boggs
Kerri Beth Boggs
Sasha Mushegian
Sasha Mushegian
Isha Dey
Isha Dey
Tips and tricks for writing great conference abstracts
Martin J. Spiering

Technical Editor, JBC

You only have a few hundred words. Martin Spiering tells you how to make every one count. Read More

Understanding how arsenic changes chromatin and causes cancer

Yvonne Fondufe–Mittendorf, who took a winding path from the Republic of Cameroon to the bluegrass of Kentucky, calls herself “an academic tourist.” Read More

Metal art, microbial culture

Sasha Mushegian writes about researchers in Switzerland who are looking to bacteria and fungi to preserve everything from a modern bronze sculpture to a 17th-century wooden warship. Read More

Sandhya Visweswariah does
a balancing act between
science and her society

One of the most prominent women in science in India, Visweswariah talks to ASBMB contributor Isha Dey about her lab’s work on a complex receptor protein in the gut that can cause congenital diarrhea and the challenges of doing research in her country. Read More

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