A virtual meeting series exploring new topics in structural cell biology and cellular regeneration
Institution:Montgomery College. How long have you worked in the cell biology field?Approximately 20 years, with a mixture of cell biology, molecular biology, and structural biology. What is your field of research?These days, I dabble in computational biology and bioinformatics. I am mostly concerned with involving students with research experiences while modeling cyanobacterial enzymes. In the…
Darnell Davis is a Research Fellow at the Association of Public Health Laboratories (APHL) in the area of Molecular Biology, Epidemiology, Data Analysis. He became an ASCB member in 2022 and has been an active member of the Women in Cell Biology (WICB) Committee and has served as an applicant reviewer for several ASCB awards….
Dear Colleagues, I hope this message finds you well and you had a great start to the New Year. To showcase the exciting research in quantitative cell biology, lead editors Jennifer Lippincott-Schwartz, Alex Mogilner, and Diane Lidke invite you to contribute to the Molecular Biology of the Cell (MBoC) 10th Annual Special Issue on Quantitative Cell Biology….
Daniel Adino Goodenough, Takeda Professor of Cell Biology Emeritus at the Harvard Medical School (HMS), died of stomach cancer under peaceful hospice care in Concord NH at age 79. Dan rode his bike every day to the HMS where he taught and conducted research for 40 years (1971-2011). He was deeply committed to the teaching…
Since the world reopened after the COVID-19 pandemic, many international scientists wanting to present their research at ASCB’s annual meeting, Cell Bio, have run into lengthy delays as they attempt to schedule their mandatory visa interview. In some cases, the waits for interviews can be years long. This delay is felt particularly by young international…
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 14 online issues per year include Special Issues in the important areas of Quantitative Cell Biology, and Forces on and within 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.
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