The National Institute of General Medical Sciences (NIGMS) is seeking qualified applicants for the position of director for the Center for Research Capacity Building (CRCB). As stated in the job posting, “CRCB supports research, research training, faculty development and research infrastructure improvements in states that historically have not received significant levels of research funding from
Advancing laboratory discoveries through the translational science process is critical to developing innovations that can improve public health, but too often there are barriers, such as insufficient funding and related support, that make these innovations difficult to move forward. Through the National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences’ (NCATS) Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) and Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) programsbiochemist and molecular biologist entrepreneurs may find what they need to advance their research toward commercialization.
We’re always glad to see ASBMB members take leadership positions in the community. Here’s an excerpt from a news release about Tom Baldwin, formerly of the ASBMB Public Outreach Committee, being elected the next president of the Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology.
By Dawn Hayward | March 31, 2017
Eppendorf and Science magazine are calling for applications for their annual prize in neurobiology. This international award is given to a young scientist doing neurobiological research in recognition of his or her accomplishments using the tools of molecular and cell biology.
Here’s one from the mailbag: The Science & PINS Prize for Neuromodulation is a highly competitive prize which honors scientists for their excellent contributions to neuromodulation research. Neuromodulation is any form of alteration of nerve activity through the delivery of physical (electrical, magnetic, optical) stimulation or chemical agents to targeted sites of the body. Established in 2016,
By Courtney Chandler | Jan. 19, 2017
Nominations are open for the 2017 Dr. Paul Janssen Award for Biomedical Research. This award celebrates scientists whose discoveries have made, or are likely to make, a measurable impact on human health. The winner(s) will receive a $200,000 cash prize in addition to the recognition associated with the award.
Product discontinuations have affected all researchers’ work at some point in their careers. We are conducting a brief survey to better understand the most important aspects of discontinuation notifications and how suppliers can better meet your needs. Please take our short survey. Thank you, Keck Graduate Institute Team
Calling all scientists! Test your science communication skills by entering actor Alan Alda’s contest, The Flame Challenge.
By Dawn Hayward | Dec. 22, 2016
The Diversity in Vision Research and Ophthalmology Program of the National Eye Institute at the National Institutes of Health has openings for candidates to perform research on the NIH campus in Bethesda, Md.
By Rita-Marie McFadden | Nov. 17, 2016
We find ourselves at the frontier of data-management policy. Please continue reading for information about how YOU can help guide the National Institute of Health policies concerning practical, ethical and actionable management of federally funded published research, i.e. data.
By Dawn Hayward | Nov. 11, 2016
The Promoting Active Learning and Mentoring (PALM) Network Grant, sponsored by the American Society of Cell Biology and funded by the National Science Foundation, prepares fellows to become effective teachers and mentors to the next generation of scientists.
The Lasker Foundation will host a discussion with Jeremy Nathans as part of the Lasker Lessons in Leadership series at 9 a.m. Nov. 9. The series provides career and leadership advice to young and aspiring scientists.
By Courtney Chandler | Oct. 26, 2016
Reverie’s Innovation Scholarship is accepting applicants from the science, engineering and/or design fields until Nov. 15.
By Dawn Hayward | Oct. 11, 2016
The National Academies of Science, Engineering and Medicine’s Emerging Science for Environmental Decisions program is hosting a free two-day workshop focused on personal testing for environmental exposures Nov. 16–17 in Washington, D.C.
By Courtney Chandler | Oct. 11, 2016
The Biochemical Society has begun accepting applications for its Diversity in Science Grants.
By Dawn Hayward | Oct. 11, 2016
Polymer Solutions blog recently posted a letter to undergraduate students in chemistry giving excellent advice on how to succeed as a new student.
The University of Notre Dame is conducting a study of motivations and values among scientists. Each participant will receive a $10 gift card to Starbucks or Amazon after completing the survey.
The British Society for Endocrinology, one of the world’s most prestigious endocrine societies, awarded the 2015 Society for Endocrinology Transatlantic Medal to Gordon Hager at the National Cancer Institute, National Institutes of Health. This award is presented annually to a North American scientist judged to have made major contributions to the discipline of endocrinology.