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Hartl and Horwich named 2017 E.B. Wilson Medalists
September 2017 NewsletterAwards

ASCB has selected F. Ulrich Hartl of the Max Planck Institute of Biochemistry and Arthur Horwich of the Yale School of Medicine/HHMI to receive its prestigious 2017 E.B. Wilson Medal. Hartl, a biochemist, and Horwich,  … Read more

Cornell’s Scott D. Emr to deliver 2017 Porter Lecture
September 2017 NewsletterAwards

Scott D. Emr will give the 2017 Keith Porter Lecture at the 2017 ASCB|EMBO Meeting this December in Philadelphia. Emr is the Frank H.T. Rhodes Class of 1956 Professor of Molecular Biology and Genetics and  … Read more

Career enhancement sessions provide diverse offerings for meeting attendees
September 2017 Newsletter

Along with the myriad scientific speeches, talks, and Symposia offered at the 2017 ASCB|EMBO Meeting in Philadelphia this December, the meeting provides attendees with more than three dozen career enhancement and special interest learning sessions.  … Read more

2017 EMBO Gold Medal winner Maya Schuldiner credits work-life balance for her success
September 2017 NewsletterAwards

For her significant contributions to the understanding of protein synthesis, trafficking, and quality control, Maya Schuldiner of the Weizmann Institute of Science in Israel has been awarded the prestigious EMBO Gold Medal for 2017. At  … Read more

Scientists without borders: Club SciWri

It was a crisp fall afternoon when I attended a lecture by Ananda Ghosh on technology transfer at Albert Einstein College of Medicine. I thoroughly enjoyed the talk and like always, I decided to connect  … Read more

Celebrating outstanding Cell Biologists at distinct career stages: The WICB recognition awards, past and present
September 2017 NewsletterAwards

Women in Cell Biology Committee Awards Each year, the Women in Cell Biology Committee (WICB) honors three investigators at distinct career stages through recognition awards. The unique and innovative WICB Junior and Senior Career Recognition  … Read more

Quality Control Symposium Examines Mechanisms of Ubiquitin-Dependent Protein Degradation
September 2017 Newsletter

Like any successful factory, cells perform quality control. Explore this topic at the Quality Control Symposium led by Tom Rapoport, Harvard Medical School/HHMI, and Brenda Schulman, Max Planck Institute of Biochemistry. Both Rapoport and Schulman  … Read more