On-demand events

An archive of recorded sessions including scientific presentations and discussions on topics related to career development, education, funding and advocacy.

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LRD Seminar Series

Phospholipases and disease

Sept. 30, 2020

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LRD Seminar Series

Lipids in autophagy

Sept. 16, 2020

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LRD Seminar Series

Lipids in viral infection

Sept. 9, 2020

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Seeing 20/20: Lipids, lipid-soluble molecules and metabolism in the eye

In this special Journal of Lipid Research webinar, three experts highlight topics related to lipids and lipid metabolism in the eye.

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Intrinsically disordered proteins

Researchers present their work on intrinsically disordered proteins.

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Proteins

This session focuses on protein stability and structure–function relationships.

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New insights into fatty acid biology

Three researchers present insights into fatty acid biology.

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Lipid–protein interactions

Researchers present their work on protein–lipid signaling activation.

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Biochemistry of lipids and membranes

This session covers the biochemistry of lipid production in a variety of contexts.

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The pleiotropic roles of lipids in disease

With studies of systemwide lipidomics in aging and adipose tissue-specific responses to lipid signals, this session examines ways that lipids can harm or help in disease states.

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Exciting biological insights revealed by proteomics

In this free virtual symposium, three mid-career scientists present their discoveries of the workings of biological systems through the tools of molecular proteomics.

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Lipids in inflammation

This session surveys inflammation induced by a range of stimuli, including pathogens, hyperoxia and high-fat diets, to address the question of how lipids modulate inflammation and vice versa.

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Glycosylation and extracellular matrix in neurologic and metabolic diseases

Talks in this session address the ways in which extracellular matrix proteins can play an outsized role in tissue physiology.

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Glycosylation and extracellular matrix in immunologic, inflammatory and infectious disease

Talks in this session describe how glycoprotein recognition is an important part of differentiating self from other, a key role of the immune system.

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Glycomics and glycoinformatics

This session presents broad-scope analyses of glycosylation, including both novel methods and resources for glycomics and physiological findings that they have enabled.

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Glycobiology

This session presents an array of advances in glycobiology.

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Molecular machines

In this virtual event, researchers summarize their work with macromolecular machinery in cell biology.

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Lipids and eicosanoid signaling

Researchers at Teikyo University, Chiba University and the University of California, San Diego describe their research into eicosanoid enigmas in this virtual event.

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Cell signaling

This session presents three talks on how GTPases and their accessory proteins select substrates, remodel the cytoskeleton and contribute to cell migration.

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Emerging signaling pathways

In this virtual event, researchers discuss emerging concepts related to cell-signaling pathways.

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Regulation of lipid metabolism

In this virtual event, researchers present their findings on the regulation of lipid metabolism in systems ranging from E. coli to human intestines.

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New insights into control of metabolism by transporters

The talks in this virtual event cover studies of transporter deficiencies linked to disease.

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Metabolism and bioenergetics

Talks in this session describe studies using specialized technical approaches such as click chemistry and fluorescent sensors to probe the activity of enzymes involved in energetic homeostasis.

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Control of cell fate by metabolic intermediates

In this virtual event, researchers describe how metabolic disruptions determine a cell’s developmental fate.

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New technology

In this virtual event, researchers showcase biological findings enabled by emerging technologies such as sensitive biosensors, high-resolution imaging in mice and more.

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Enzymes

This virtual event features three talks on different aspects of enzyme biochemistry.

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Structure and function of molecular machines

In this session we delve into the structure–function relationship of machines involved in transcription, G-protein coupled receptors, mitochondrial fission and disordered proteins.

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Proteomics

In this virtual session, we dive into the molecular characteristics of alpha synuclein–mediated microglial activation, pathogenic mutations associated with frontotemporal dementia and more.

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Chromatin structure and transcription

This virtual event focuses on mechanisms of epigenetic gene regulation.

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Cancer biology and biochemistry

This virtual event examines different ways in which normal cellular processes are altered in disease development and response to treatment, focusing on EGFR and c-myc.

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DNA repair

In this virtual event, researchers present their findings on the roles of different proteins and enzymes in DNA repair.

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Nucleic acid biology and biochemistry

This virtual event surveys a variety of new developments in nucleic acid research.

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RNA structure and RNA binding proteins

In this virtual event, researchers present findings on structure-dependent RNA interactions with proteins and small molecules and their downstream effects in disease.

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Noncoding RNAs — structure, biogenesis and function

The presentations in this virtual event explore different types of noncoding RNAs, their structures and the effects they have on gene expression.

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Constructing authentic learning experiences

This event explores variety of factors, including individual emotions and the composition of the learning environment, that can affect student learning in STEM fields.

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Steps toward equity in STEM

The talks in this session use surveys, interviews and reflective questions to gain fresh perspectives from people who often face barriers in their scientific trajectories.

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Shape shifting in the control of protein function

Researchers will present their findings on proteins that undergo conformational changes including reassembly, oligomerization and fold-switching.

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Enzyme regulation by filamentation and other alternate and emerging mechanisms

This virtual event covers filamentation and other types of protein localization as well as alternative splicing to produce proteins with differing functions.

Career development

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Shaping the Narrative: Effective science communication in the COVID-19 era

A panel discussion about how scientists can use their credibility and critical thinking to cut through the noise and guide the national COVID-19 dialogue.

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Forecasting the future: Setting yourself up with trustworthy data

Are you sure that the data you’re collecting today is as solid and secure as you’ll need it to be next week, month or year?

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Science in a Flash: How to give a successful flash talk

If you had just one figure, three minutes and a microphone to describe your research — could you do it?

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Navigating life as a postdoc

Thriving as a postdoctoral researcher is a balancing act. Our panelists discuss their experiences as postdocs and lessons they learned along the way.

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Small business research funding 101

NCI SBIR Program Director Kory Hallett presents funding opportunities and other commercialization resources for small businesses in biochemistry and molecular biology.

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Procuring, administering and negotiating corporate funding for research

This webinar explores how scientists can obtain funding from corporations and other private entities to their support research.

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Next-gen financial education

Covering fundamental skill sets for managing your personal finances.

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Lab basics: Introduction to responsible conduct of research

Good research practices involve more than just following a protocol and keeping your notebook up to date. In this webinar, Dr. Suzanne Barbour discusses the ways we can conduct our research in a safe and ethical manner.

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Systems biology research in DOE's Office of Biological and Enviromental Research

Learn about the resources available from the DOE for biochemists and molecular biologists.

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Mentoring matters

Mentoring is important, but what does it mean to be a mentor? And how can you be a good mentee?

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Opportunities and challenges in securing private funding for your research

This webinar explores how ASBMB members can obtain funding for basic research from private foundations, including disease-oriented and patient-focused philanthropic groups.

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Image is everything: Preparing your figures for publication

In this webinar, Kaoru Sakabe, data integrity manager for ASBMB, discusses best practices in figure assembly.

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Inside a faculty search committee

Have you ever wondered what takes place after your application for a tenure-track position has been sent in? In this webinar, panelists discussed what it’s like to be on both sides of the hiring process.

Education

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ASBMB accreditation Q&A: Information and COVID-19 update

This webinar replaces the live Q&A session at the 2020 Annual Meeting and it is free for all to attend.

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Science in a Flash: How to give a successful flash talk

If you had just one figure, three minutes and a microphone to describe your research — could you do it?

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Navigating life as a postdoc

Thriving as a postdoctoral researcher is a balancing act. Our panelists discuss their experiences as postdocs and lessons they learned along the way.

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Tips for applying for ASBMB accreditation

Adele Wolfson and Peter Kennelly, who oversee the accreditation process, discuss the hallmarks of an ASBMB-accredited program and general guidelines and requirements for applicants.

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Mentoring matters

Mentoring is important, but what does it mean to be a mentor? And how can you be a good mentee?

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Inside a faculty search committee

Have you ever wondered what takes place after your application for a tenure-track position has been sent in? In this webinar, panelists discussed what it’s like to be on both sides of the hiring process.

Policy, funding and advocacy

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The pandemic's impact on non-COVID research

It's important for the scientific community to strongly advocate for sustained investment into non-COVID research.

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Women in STEM and gendered challenges

Domestic and emotional labor disparities caused by the COVID-19 pandemic are affecting women scientists’ productivity, which is likely to have long-term effects on their careers.

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International collaboration, immigration and the STEM workforce

The U.S. scientific enterprise relies on attracting talent from and collaborating with leading research institutions and universities all over the world.

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The cost of the COVID-19 pandemic

The COVID-19 pandemic has had a significant impact on the scientific community by halting research and concentrating scientific resources on endeavors to better understand the SARS-CoV-2 virus.

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COVID-19 interruptions to NIH research

Understanding the funding implications and relief options of the recently passed CARES Act for the scientific community.

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Protecting American science — and the international collaborators critical to its success

A webinar on policies, new and old, to promote research security and protect against foreign influence. With guest speaker Frank H. Wu.

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Procuring, administering and negotiating corporate funding for research

This webinar explores how scientists can obtain funding from corporations and other private entities to their support research.

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Systems biology research in DOE's Office of Biological and Enviromental Research

Learn about the resources available from the DOE for biochemists and molecular biologists.

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Opportunities and challenges in securing private funding for your research

This webinar explores how ASBMB members can obtain funding for basic research from private foundations, including disease-oriented and patient-focused philanthropic groups.

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August is for Advocacy training webinar

This webinar will train you to be an effective advocate for the science community.

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Grassroots advocacy: How to write an Op-Ed

Learn how to write an op-ed from Tricia Serio of the University of Massachusetts, Amherst.

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Cancer Moonshot: The role of the basic researcher

An overview of the Cancer Moonshot at the NIH and ways that basic researchers can engage in this important initiative.

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What's in a name? Making the case for postdoc title consolidation

ASBMB members discuss their proposal to standardize how postdoctoral researchers are categorized by human resources offices.

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Grassroots Advocacy Network training webinar

Gain skills needed to create change and be an advocate in your region.

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The future of the biomedical research workforce

This webinar addresses the future of the biomedical research workforce, and the evolution that is necessary to ensure the enterprise is sustained into the future.

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Federal agency funding opportunity webinar – The National Science Foundation

Discussion of federal agency funding opportunities with NSF program directors.