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March 30, 2020
Protein society awards; Parise named dean; remembering Bud Patterson
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Start simple. It always gets more complicated.
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Start simple. It always gets more complicated.

March 10, 2020

From discovering a transporter to helping to move its inhibitors into the clinic, Paul Dawson has benefited from a tight focus on bile acid transport.

Academy of Microbiology elects fellows; Fleming wins Gordon Award; remembering Brooks, McMacken
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Academy of Microbiology elects fellows; Fleming wins Gordon Award; remembering Brooks, McMacken

March 09, 2020

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

Three lesson I learned from getting kicked out of a lab
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Three lesson I learned from getting kicked out of a lab

March 07, 2020

Linda Nhon learned the hard way how her family and cultural roots, experiences beyond the campus, and an adviser’s tough assessment could help her find her place at Georgia Tech.

Gingras studies proteomics’ implications for research
ASBMB Annual Meeting

Gingras studies proteomics’ implications for research

March 06, 2020

Anne-Claude Gingras’ lab uses mass spectrometry as a high-resolution discovery-based microscope to determine where proteins are in a cell.

Garcia uses mass spectrometry to unravel the human epigenome
Annual Meeting

Garcia uses mass spectrometry to unravel the human epigenome

March 05, 2020

Benjamin Garcia’s research group at the University of Pennsylvania has developed novel methodologies to analyze histones for application in post-translational modifications and systems epigenetics.

Selbach seeks the science behind the magic
Annual Meeting

Selbach seeks the science behind the magic

March 04, 2020

Matthias Selbach, a professor at the Max Delbrück Center for Molecular Medicine in Berlin, uses proteomics to analyze protein synthesis and decay as well as protein–protein interactions.

Retrospective

Stanley Cohen (1922 – 2020)

Laura Furge remembers a Nobel laureate who discovered epidermal growth factor and its receptor, work that has allowed generations of biochemists to study the pathways that allow cells to respond to external events.
Stanley Cohen (1922 – 2020)

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MCP to host proteomics session
ASBMB Annual Meeting

MCP to host proteomics session

March 03, 2020

The editorial leadership team of the journal Molecular & Cellular Proteomics has chosen three investigators to present their research during a symposium at the 2020 ASBMB annual meeting in San Diego.

Khalimonchuk joins committee, lab named for Leach and more about members
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Khalimonchuk joins committee, lab named for Leach and more about members

March 02, 2020

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

Inspiring black scientists listed; emerging researchers present work; remembering Gardner, Erdös                     work
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Inspiring black scientists listed; emerging researchers present work; remembering Gardner, Erdös work

February 24, 2020

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Marilyn Farquhar (1928 – 2019)
Retrospective

Marilyn Farquhar (1928 – 2019)

February 20, 2020

Marilyn Farquhar "rightly ranks among the pioneers in her field and especially as a role model for women in science."

Meet Sarina Neote
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Meet Sarina Neote

February 19, 2020

As the ASBMB’s science policy manager, she advocates for policies that strengthen the scientific workforce and promote an inclusive environment that is supportive of discovery.

Glycobiology awards; honors for Hall; remembering Saffran, Kornberg, Herrmann
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Glycobiology awards; honors for Hall; remembering Saffran, Kornberg, Herrmann

February 17, 2020

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