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Translating the glycosylation code
JBC Herbert Tabor Early Career Investigator Award winner Anabel Gonzalez-Gil will present her research on the immune cell receptors known as Siglecs at Discover BMB.
A family history of Alzheimer’s sparks interest in basic research
JBC Herbert Tabor Early Career Investigator Award winner Jenna Lentini will share her findings on an enzyme that modifies mitochondrial tRNA, at Discover BMB.
Deepening research on oxygens role, with an eye on health
JBC Herbert Tabor Early Career Investigator Award winner Julianty Frost will present her research on an inhibitor of von Hippel–Lindau disease at Discover BMB.
In memoriam: Renato Baserga
A former distinguished professor at Thomas Jefferson University and a cancer researcher who authored more than 500 scientific studies, he joined the ASBMB in 1968.
ASBMB names 2023 fellows
They will be recognized at the society’s annual meeting, Discover BMB, in Seattle later this month.
Spotlighting the complex ballet of cancer cell death
JBC Herbert Tabor Early Career Investigator Award winner Nishanth Kuganesan will share his findings on ferroptosis, a key to cancer cell death, at Discover BMB.
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Keep on doing the steps
JBC Herbert Tabor Early Career Investigator Award winner Roshan Kumar will present his research on the toxicity of hydrogen sulfide at Discover BMB.
Puzzling out science
JBC Herbert Tabor Early Career Investigator Award winner Ethan J.C. Walker will share his findings on methionine and protein stability at Discover BMB.
In memoriam: Helen Davies
She was a microbiology professor, a passionate educator and a proponent for racial and gender equality at the University of Pennsylvania.
In memoriam: Jan van Eys
He was a physician–scientist who pioneered the use of chemotherapy as a primary intervention for pediatric brain tumors and an ASBMB member for more than 60 years.
‘I was in the right place at the right time’
Mark Witmer, a senior director at Bristol Myers Squibb, talked to ASBMB Today about what it’s like to be an industry manager.
Proteomics reveals new biological insights
The Molecular & Cellular Proteomics session at Discover BMB includes three investigators who are pushing boundaries to provide new biological and clinical knowledge.
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