Tips for a successful talk

Tips for a successful talk

By Courtney Chandler
Here's some advice to take your presentation up a notch.
President's Message

Talking about women in biochemistry and molecular biology

Ann Stock has a conversation with Susan Baserga, chair and co-founder of the ASBMB’s youngest committee.
Talking about women in biochemistry and molecular biology

News and Ideas

The impact of nested identities
Essay

The impact of nested identities

Feb. 28, 2024

Saket Bagde describes what he learned participating as a mentor in a reverse mentoring program when he was a Ph.D candidate.

Relearning the trainee’s view
Essay

Relearning the trainee’s view

Feb. 27, 2024

Tina Tootle, a professor and department chair at the University of Iowa, describes what she learned as a mentee in a reverse mentoring program.

Industry partnership opportunities
Jobs

Industry partnership opportunities

Feb. 27, 2024

The ASBMB has teamed up with Halo to provide ASBMB members fresh industry partnership opportunities each month. The deadline for these is March 31.

Honors for Jackson, Simon, Tagliabracci
Member News

Honors for Jackson, Simon, Tagliabracci

Feb. 26, 2024

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

In memoriam: Charles Rock
In Memoriam

In memoriam: Charles Rock

Feb. 26, 2024

An ASBMB member for almost four decades, he was a faculty member at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital and an NIH principal investigator.

Calendar of events, awards and opportunities
Announcement

Calendar of events, awards and opportunities

Feb. 25, 2024

This week: JBC Methods Madness voting begins!

Drugs of the future will be easier and faster to make, thanks to mRNA
News

Drugs of the future will be easier and faster to make, thanks to mRNA

Feb. 25, 2024

But researchers still have to work out a few remaining kinks.

Mouse model may help explain, treat infertility
Journal News

Mouse model may help explain, treat infertility

Feb. 24, 2024

Discovering how sperm begin the fertilization process could also identify new targets for nonhormonal contraceptives.

A series of happy accidents guided this MOSAIC scholar
Profile

A series of happy accidents guided this MOSAIC scholar

Feb. 23, 2024

As an undergraduate studying psychology, Timothy Hines was introduced to the field of neuroscience.

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Farah Aziz Annesha
Farah Aziz Annesha
Kanika Pulliam
Kanika Pulliam
Yass Kobayashi
Yass Kobayashi
Elizabeth Stivison
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Decoding the genetic recipe book

How an aspiring lawyer in Puerto Rico became a passionate protein scientist. Read More

The MAC welcomes you to San Antonio
Kanika Pulliam

Assistant Director of Professional Development

Don't miss socializing, networking and more at the #DiscoverBMB kickoff reception, hosted by the Maximizing Access Committee. Read More

Rethinking the promotion letter
Yass Kobayashi

Associate professor

Writers of a recent article suggest a new strategy for retaining and advancing underrepresented faculty. Read More

Circadian influences on lipid metabolism
Elizabeth Stivison

Careers Columnist

A new study provides insights into how the 24-hour clock and external environment together regulate lipid metabolism. Read More

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