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ASBMB inducts honor society members
These 20 undergraduate members of the society’s Student Chapters are recognized for their scholarly achievement, research accomplishments and outreach activities.
RNA Society announces awards
ASBMB members Charles Bou–Nader, Wendy Gilbert, Nicholas Ingolia and Amanda Hargrove are among those honored.
In memoriam: Michael Sela
He was an immunologist and synthetic chemist who helped develop drugs to treat multiple sclerosis and cancer.
In memoriam: Beverly Peterkofsky
She was a former section chief for the Intramural Research Program of the National Institutes of Health and a member of the ASBMB since 1970.
AAAS names fellows
Nine ASBMB members are among the scientists named 2022 fellows of the American Association for the Advancement of Science.
$9.5M center grant for chronic fatigue syndrome research
Interdisciplinary center started at Cornell in 2017 is led by ASBMB member Maureen Hanson.
State laws change the landscape for LGBTQIA+ scientists
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In memoriam: Donald Voet
He was a noted co-author with his wife, Judith Greenwald Voet, of biochemistry textbooks and an emeritus associate professor of chemistry at the University of Pennsylvania.
Corbett, Dahms, Volkman named outstanding teachers
The Medical College of Wisconsin awarded them Teacher Recognition Pins and honored their contributions to the advancement of medical student learning.
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In memoriam: Lawrence Rothfield
He was a professor at the University of Connecticut Medical School, an expert on cell division and a member of the ASBMB since 1966.
In memoriam: Marc G. Caron
He was a pioneer at the frontier of G-protein coupled receptor research and a 45-year professor of cell biology and neurobiology at Duke University Medical Center.
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