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Inayah Entzminger

Inayah Entzminger
Inayah Entzminger is a doctoral candidate at the The Graduate Center, CUNY, in the department of biochemistry. Their research focuses on viral translation initiation mechanisms. 

Articles by Inayah Entzminger

2024 new-grad gift guide — the industry edition
Advice

2024 new-grad gift guide — the industry edition

May 24, 2024
A newly employed scientists might not have a lot of desk space for trinkets, so here are some non-physical suggestions.
Strong bonds and a startup
Jobs

Strong bonds and a startup

March 15, 2024
Kevin Lewis’ career path shows that networking is not just about meeting new people to find job leads. Keeping in touch with people from your past can net you opportunities too.
Choosing an internship or a fellowship
Jobs

Choosing an internship or a fellowship

Feb. 16, 2024
There are other ways to begin your industry career other than being directly hired to a position. Here we explore the similarities and differences between internships and fellowships in industry.
New year, new career
Jobs

New year, new career

Jan. 30, 2024
For recent biochemistry graduates considering industry careers, the beginning of the year is the best time to apply for jobs and internships
A chapter builds connections
Student Chapters

A chapter builds connections

Nov. 27, 2023
The ASBMB helped Lauryn Ridley build a community among her peers: “It’s outside the classroom, and you can be free to relate to other people who are going through the same things that you’re going through.”
From the journals: MCP
Journal News

From the journals: MCP

Oct. 13, 2023
Lysosomal proteins differ across cell lines. Reducing background in protein identification. Stress-related differences in protein sugars. Read about recent papers on these topics.
Combining project management and people management in industry
Jobs

Combining project management and people management in industry

Sept. 1, 2023
Our industry careers columnist talked to Isha Dey, a cell biologist at Thermo Fisher Scientific, about her role as a scientist in industry.
In memoriam: Krishnamurti Dakshinamurti
In Memoriam

In memoriam: Krishnamurti Dakshinamurti

April 3, 2023
He was a human rights advocate, a prolific biochemist and a member of the ASBMB since 1971.
How proteolysis controls the Legionnaires’ pathogen
Journal News

How proteolysis controls the Legionnaires’ pathogen

Nov. 24, 2022
The bacterium that causes this severe pneumonia has a biphasic life cycle that depends on regulation of protein homeostasis.
Building a focus on research
Student Chapters

Building a focus on research

Nov. 2, 2022
Klea Hoxha, ASBMB Student Chapter founder and president at Coastal Carolina University, started a student mentoring program.
Rye offers tools for success
Annual Meeting

Rye offers tools for success

Oct. 26, 2022
A JLR editor-in-chief and deputy head of the School of Biomedical Sciences at the University of New South Wales, she has won the 2023 ASBMB Mid-Career Leadership Award.
Kenworthy links quantity to theory
Annual Meeting

Kenworthy links quantity to theory

Oct. 20, 2022
A professor at the University of Virginia School of Medicine studying membrane structure and dynamics, she has won the ASBMB’s 2023 Mildred Cohn Award in Biological Chemistry.
MicroID2: Streamlined for better biotinylation
Journal News

MicroID2: Streamlined for better biotinylation

Oct. 4, 2022
By removing the C-terminus of BioID2, the Londino lab at Ohio State created a smaller biotin ligase with rapid labeling and fewer nonspecific labeling events than its predecessors.
Springing from research to med school
Student Chapters

Springing from research to med school

Sept. 7, 2022
Zoe Frias recently graduated from Arizona State University, where she served as president of the ASBMB Student Chapter.
‘Science is everything’
BMB in Africa

‘Science is everything’

July 19, 2022
Olaposi Idowu Omotuyi is an ASBMB member and a researcher in Nigeria studying metabolic and infectious diseases.
Black history in the making
Observance

Black history in the making

Feb. 15, 2022
Michelle Lee started at Los Alamos National Laboratory as an intern. Today she runs the internship program.
From the journals: MCP
Journal News

From the journals: MCP

Nov. 24, 2021
What’s the role of CD151 in triple-negative breast cancer? How similar are nonstructural proteins between coronavirus homologs? What proteins are candidates for targeting oral cancer?
Listening and learning at the Brooklyn Botanic Garden
Observance

Listening and learning at the Brooklyn Botanic Garden

Nov. 2, 2021
Exhibit and audio tour highlights native plans used by Indigenous peoples.
The doctor told him, 'Go live your life'
Health Observance

The doctor told him to go live his life

Oct. 1, 2021
Stuart Baum pivoted from plants to patents and trademarks after being diagnosed with multiple sclerosis as a postdoc.
An abundance of potential
Observance

An abundance of potential

May 10, 2021
For National Lipid Day, a new contributor offers a glance at what yeast might yield.