Register for ASCB|EMBO 2019
The 2019 joint meeting of the American Society for Cell Biology (ASCB) and European Molecular Biology Organization (EMBO) will focus on cell biology as the fundamental basis of biology as well as emerging topics in the field.
Top Row: David Asai, Kerry Bloom, Anthony Bretscher, Mary Dasso; Second Row: Erin Dolan, Ian Macara, Erika Matunis, David Mitchell; Third Row: Denise Montell, Gregory Pazour, Birgit Satir, Susan Strome; Bottom Row: Vassie Ware, Susan Wente, Mark Winey, Xin Xiang The American Society for Cell Biology (ASCB) is pleased to present its cohort of 16 new Fellows for 2019. “Through the ASCB Fellows program, we acknowledge the scope and…
A one-day biotechnology mini-course, presented by the American Society for Cell Biology (ASCB) and Keck Graduate Institute (KGI), offers a quick peek into this burgeoning industry for those seeking new career pathways. The course will be held Friday, December 6 (the day before the 2019 ASCB|EMBO Meeting) at the Biotechnology Innovation Organization, 1201 Maryland Ave….
ASCB’s 2019 Doorstep meeting convenes Saturday, December 7, in Washington, DC, and focuses on “Cancer: from genome instability to therapy.” This full-day meeting is being organized by Karlene Cimprich from Stanford University and David Pellman from Harvard Medical School and Dana Farber Cancer Institute. Limited to just 200 attendees, ASCB’s Doorstep seeks to provide an…
Now accepting papers - Fourth Special Issue on Forces On and Within Cells
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Molecular Biology of the Cell (MBoC) is a premier journal for research in all areas of cell biology, from biophysics to genetics to neuroscience. Its 27 online issues per year include Special Issues in the important areas of Quantitative Cell Biology, Forces on and within Cells, and the Cell Biology of Stem Cells. Readers and authors alike benefit from the journal’s review process, which offers authors constructive feedback by working scientists.
CBE—Life Sciences Education (LSE) is a peer-reviewed journal of life science education research and evidence-based practice published by the ASCB in editorial partnership with the Genetics Society of America and partially funded by Howard Hughes Medical Institute. Online and completely free, LSE emphasizes teaching innovations and evidence of their effectiveness and is designed for educators at all levels and across all life science disciplines.