A Postdoc’s Tale of Two Cities

It’s hard to imagine two more dissimilar cities than Salt Lake City, Utah, and Naples, Campania. Salt Lake is everything orderly, mild, and relatively new (founded 1847). Naples is everything old (founded 8th century BC), spicy, and slightly chaotic. That was an attraction for Dustin  … Read more

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Bob Goldstein

Many researchers have scientific idols but Bob Goldstein is one of the few with an actual shrine. Inside Goldstein’s microscope room at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, there’s a small wall recess dedicated to the cell biology pioneer Ray Rappaport. It was Rappaport,  … Read more

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Four current ASCB members are among newly appointed Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI) investigators

Jennifer Zallen Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center ASCB member since 2007 (HHMI photo by Richard DeWitt) Tobias C. Walther Harvard University ASCB member since 2000 (HHMI photo by Aynsley Floyd) Kim Orth University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center ASCB member since 2002 (HHMI photo by Shannon  … Read more

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ASCB Member Benefit: One-on-One CV Review

Need some help with a cover letter, CV, resume, statement of teaching philosophy, or other document for the next step in your career? Members of the ASCB are willing to help. Simply fill out our short form and we’ll put you in touch with a reviewer.  … Read more

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ASCB Members Approve Changes to Bylaws

In May, ASCB members voted in an online ballot to approve changes to the Society’s Bylaws that are necessary to ensure their compliance with the New York nonprofit code. The New York nonprofit code is the controlling authority over ASCB’s governance documents and procedures because  … Read more

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