Member Profile: Beata Edyta Mierzwa

Beata Edyta Mierzwa is a postdoctoral fellow at the University of California, San Diego, and the Ludwig Institute for Cancer Research. In her scientific research, she seeks to answer many unresolved questions about cell division. During her PhD, she focused on how cells separate in  … Read more

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Deadline is Approaching: Submit your Celldance Proposal by June 15!

The beloved Celldance video program is on again for 2018 and the deadline is swiftly approaching! Celldance offers three member labs $1,000 production grants to use to create short films of their research. These videos then serve as outreach tools for the public and have  … Read more

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What it’s like to create a Celldance video

There is no doubt that we live in a society that is increasingly reliant on digital media, allowing us to learn by way of compelling visuals in easily digestible video formats at rapid speeds. With sites like YouTube, you can use videos to learn how  … Read more

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ASCB members share important research through Celldance “Tell your own cell story” videos

The beloved Celldance video program is back for 2017, with more dazzling cell videos—reminding us of the stunning beauty as well as the practical significance of cell biology research. Celldance is a program supported by the ASCB Public Information Committee to promote public engagement and  … Read more

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Congressional Biomedical Research Caucus

The Congressional Biomedical Research Caucus held a briefing featuring Huda Akil of the University of Michigan. Akil’s presentation was focused on a very serious national epidemic: opioid addiction. Her talk, “Understanding Vulnerability to Opioid Addiction,” can be viewed at www.coalitionforlifesciences.org.

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HIGHLIGHTS from MBoC

The Editorial Board of Molecular Biology of the Cell has highlighted the following articles from the May 2016 issues. From among the many fine articles in the journal, the Board selects for these Highlights articles that are of broad interest and significantly advance knowledge or  … Read more

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