ASBMB calls for broad federal effort to support scientists with disabilities
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ASBMB calls for broad federal effort to support scientists with disabilities

By Marissa Locke Rottinghaus
Society endorses NIH moves toward disability inclusion and urges other agencies to follow suit.
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MOSAIC changes the landscape

This new transitional grant program builds a close-knit community of postdocs and professors who share goals of diversity, equity and inclusion in academia.
MOSAIC changes the landscape

News and Ideas

Structural insights reveal how SPOP protein contributes to cancer
News

Structural insights reveal how SPOP protein contributes to cancer

Feb. 2, 2023

St. Jude team publishes the first 3D structure of the entire assembly.

ASBMB makes recommendations to support bioeconomy
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ASBMB makes recommendations to support bioeconomy

Feb. 1, 2023

Society advocates for immigration and funding reforms to diversify the workforce and measures to ensure equitable access to standardized data and tools.

Talking about maximizing access
President's Message

Talking about maximizing access

Feb. 1, 2023

Ann Stock, president of the ASBMB, talks to Sonia Flores about the society’s Maximizing Access Committee, better known as the MAC.

What to read and watch during Black History Month
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What to read and watch during Black History Month

Feb. 1, 2023

The ASBMB Maximizing Access Committee shares its picks.

Common psychotropic meds disrupt cholesterol synthesis in brain
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Common psychotropic meds disrupt cholesterol synthesis in brain

Jan. 31, 2023

Mouse study explains why adults sometimes get misdiagnosed with rare syndrome that affects babies.

Silva, Damo win diversity awards; Sonenberg named to hall of fame
Member News

Silva, Damo win diversity awards; Sonenberg named to hall of fame

Jan. 30, 2023

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

In memoriam: Maria C. Linder
In Memoriam

In memoriam: Maria C. Linder

Jan. 30, 2023

She was a dedicated scientist and mentor at California State University, Fullerton and a member of the American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology since 1984.

Could getting rid of old cells turn back the clock on aging?
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Could getting rid of old cells turn back the clock on aging?

Jan. 29, 2023

Researchers are investigating medicines that selectively kill decrepit cells to promote healthy aging — but more work is needed before declaring them a fountain of youth.

Calendar of events, awards and opportunities
Announcement

Calendar of events, awards and opportunities

Jan. 29, 2023

Happening this week: Early-bird registration deadline for #DiscoverBMB. Regular registration deadline for Deuel Conference on Lipids. The NIH's virtual grants conference. And two deadlines for ASBMB undergrads.

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Breathing and not breathing

“These moves don’t necessarily raise your heart rate, but the constant apnea cycles combined with total body engagement are definitely an exercise you feel.” Read More

ASBMB supports bill to lower cost of federal student loans
Raechel McKinley

Science Policy Manager

Society backs legislation to increase Pell grants and make loans more affordable for current and future students. Read More

Turning points

Eight scientists from academia and industry reflect on how mentors have impacted their lives. Read More

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