Recent Issues of ASBMB Today


March   2018

This month, we look at myalgic encephalomyelitis, aka chronic fatigue syndrome; the NIH recently announced $7 million in designated funding, but advocates say that’s nowhere near enough. JBC associate editor Ursula Jakob discusses her work with bacterial bleach. And we introduce the 2018 JBC/Herber


February   2018

In the February issue, we mark Black History Month with a look at health disparities research and a Q&A with college and university presidents from underrepresented groups. Ashley Warfield-Oyirifi lays out a plan to situate the sciences in their social context to retain students of color. Also,


January   2018

One hundred days after Hurricane Maria devastated Puerto Rico, we look at how the island’s scientists have overcome damaged labs to persevere with their work.  Kelly Chacón describes battling imposter syndrome in her quest for a science career. And we remember Ken Neet, a valued ASBMB member.