Month: May 2019
Month: May 2019
The ASBMB’s Journal of Biological Chemistry is a proud sponsor of a plenary session on innate immune responses at the forthcoming American Society for Virology annual meeting at the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis from July 20–24.
By Kaitlin Roke
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The August program will be held Aug. 1–3. The September program will be held Sept. 6–8. You have until June 30 to apply for either workshop.
The Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology, an umbrella organization of which the ASBMB is a member, is putting on a meeting about ion channel regulation in July in Lisbon, Portugal. You need to submit an abstract pretty soon if you are interested in being selected for a short talk.
The National Science Foundation on Monday launched its 2019 STEM for All Video Showcase, which this year features 242 presentations of STEM education innovations. We’d like to bring to your attention a couple of videos by ASBMB members.
By Michael Blinov (on behalf of the organizers)
We’re happy to announce that funds from the National Science Foundation are available to support students traveling to the 10th Computational Modeling in Biology Network (COMBINE) meeting, which will be held July 15–19 in Heidelberg (Germany).
If you’re planning to go to the American Society for Microbiology’s meeting in June, we hope you’ll stop by the ASBMB/Journal of Biological Chemistry booth! Plenty of editorial leaders and two staffers will be on site and ready to talk with you about science, publishing and careers.
The American Society of Human Genetics, one of the ASBMB’s sister societies, is holding its annual meeting in this editor’s hometown of Houston in October. Abstracts are due June 6. Here we offer a quick look at the programming and some advice about visiting the fourth-largest U.S. city.
The American Society for Mass Spectrometry’s annual conference will be held in June in Georgia. Our journal Molecular & Cellular Proteomics will have a table, and several ASBMB members, including editorial board members from two of our journals, will be speakers or instructors.
The ASBMB’s special symposium Evolution and Core Processes in Gene Expression will be held May 9–12 in East Lansing, Mich. While registration for the meeting is closed, we expect a flurry of activity on Twitter for those of you who want to follow along from home.