From the journals: JLR
Journal News

From the journals: JLR

By Heather Masson–Forsythe
Predicting drug-induced lysosomal fat buildup. Minimizing side effects of atherosclerosis treatment. Finding a key to sepsis diagnosis and treatment. Read about papers on these topics recently published in the Journal of Lipid Research.
In Memoriam

In memoriam: Gertrude Forte

The first woman to be named editor-in-chief of the Journal of Lipid Research died June 9.
In memoriam: Gertrude Forte

News and Ideas

ASBMB welcomes new members
Member News

ASBMB welcomes new members

Oct. 18, 2021

The American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology welcomed more than 200 new members in March.

Gunning receives president's medal; Johnson delivers Greenberg lecture
Member News

Gunning receives president's medal; Johnson delivers Greenberg lecture

Oct. 18, 2021

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

A new way of looking at concussions
News

A new way of looking at concussions

Oct. 17, 2021

Emerging research suggests that even mild hits to the head may damage the tiny lymphatic vessels that clear toxic chemicals and cellular debris from the brain.

Calendar of events, awards and opportunities
Announcement

Calendar of events, awards and opportunities

Oct. 17, 2021

Just added: New ASBMB Lipid Research Division seminar and webinar from Annual Reviews about communicating science within and beyond the academy.

World Food Day: Let there be bread. Or not bread, please.
Observance

World Food Day: Let there be bread. Or not bread, please.

Oct. 16, 2021

Oct. 16 is World Food Day, to commemorate the 1945 founding of the U.N. Food and Agriculture Organization, whose slogan is, “Let There Be Bread.” But that’s not so great for everyone.

COVID immunity through infection or vaccination: Are they equal?
News

COVID immunity through infection or vaccination: Are they equal?

Oct. 16, 2021

As scientists argue whether a previous bout of covid offers the same amount of protection as vaccinations, people turn to the courts to decide.

‘It’s taken a lot of moves and reevaluations’
Interview

‘It’s taken a lot of moves and reevaluations’

Oct. 15, 2021

“A lot of my career has been like, ‘All right, what’s my next step?’ In the last 10 years, the longest I’ve stayed in one position was three years. … I think that’s getting more and more common.”

Advice for those seeking careers at scientific societies
Jobs

Advice for those seeking careers at scientific societies

Oct. 15, 2021

This is the third part in a series about scientists who've launched and established careers at nonprofit professional-development organizations.

Society news briefs: October 2021
Society News

Society news briefs: October 2021

Oct. 14, 2021

Find out everything that’s been going on lately with the American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology.

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Breastfeeding Awareness Month 2021

August is National Breastfeeding Awareness month. Here we highlight research related to breast milk that has been published recently in ASBMB journals. Read More

World Heart Day 2021

This year, the global campaign for World Heart Day is based on three key pillars: equity, prevention and community. Read More

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