The ASBMB's diversity, equity and inclusion programs are supported by the Maximizing Access Committee and the Women in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Committee.
Beyond the National Institutes of Health, a number of U.S. government agencies provided funding for basic scientific research.
This week: Discover BMB on-time abstracts and travel awards are due! Submit yours by Nov. 30.
NIGMS Director Jon Lorsch talks about challenges for researchers, what the agency is doing to help early-career scientists and the future of academic labs.
ASBMB Maximizing Access Committee member Stephen D. Williams is a postdoc who hopes to take his concerns about health care equity into a career in industry.
‘All of Us’ for the future of inclusive research and healthcare
A webinar held in observance of National Minority Health Month featuring the work of two BMB researchers who are using the NIH's All of Us Research Program to do their work and highlighting the importance of including populations from historically marginalized backgrounds in research.
Attracting — and keeping — grad students from all walks of life
Two academic leaders who specialize in recruitment and retention discuss their professional experiences, program outcomes and winning strategies that are worthy of adoption by other institutions. More
“School’s out for summer” book club on gender equity
A discussion of “What Works: Gender Equality by Design” by Iris Bohnet, presented by the ASBMB Women in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Committee. More
Resources from the ASBMB
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