Negotiating for the Long Term

Dear Labby, I am in the admittedly enviable position of negotiating the terms of my first academic faculty position. My postdoc advisor has suggested that I negotiate aggressively and forcefully to get as much as possible on all fronts—for salary, start-up funding, ideal teaching responsibilities,  … Read more

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Books by Members

Cell Biology, 3rd Edition, Thomas D. Pollard & William C. Earnshaw & Jennifer Lippincott-Schwartz & Graham Johnson (2016), Elsevier, ISBN:  9780323341264

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Members in the News

Fourteen ASCB members were among the 84 early-career scientists selected by the Howard Hughes Medical Institute, the Simons Foundation, and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation to be Faculty Scholars, in recognition of their great potential to make unique contributions to their field.

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Members in the News

Eight ASCB members were elected to the National Academy of Sciences

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In Memoriam

Word has reached ASCB of the death last year of longtime member Harriet “Pat” Towle Gagne. Taking her undergraduate degree in biology from Wesleyan and her PhD from Brown, Gagne was a staff microscopist at Princeton University; the University of Pittsburgh Medical School; the University  … Read more

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New ASCB Committee Members

New members have been approved by Council to serve on the Public Information Committee for three-year renewable terms beginning in 2016. Heidi Hehnly-Chang, State University of New York Upstate Medical University David Pruyne, State University of New York Upstate Medical University

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Corporate Members

The ASCB is grateful for its Corporate Members! Gold Allen Institute for Cell Science Beckman Coulter Life Sciences Getson & Schatz, P.C. Nikon Instruments, Inc. Thermo Fisher Scientific Silver Bio-Techne Chroma Technology Corp. Taylor and Francis Group Bronze Okolab SRL

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Hongtao Yu Combines Structure and Function to Solve the Mitotic Mystery of Separase

I remember the first time I saw a movie of chromosomes aligned at metaphase in a dividing cell. I was in seventh grade and my 13-year-old mind was largely focused elsewhere, but those first images of chromosomes condensing from the blob of the nucleus, neatly  … Read more

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New ASCB Committee Members

New members have been approved by Council to serve on four committees for three-year renewable terms beginning in 2016. International Affairs Committee Lawrence Banks, Tumor Virology Group Leader, International Centre for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology, Italy Isabel Palacios, Senior Research Fellow, Department of Zoology, University  … Read more

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Members in the News

Five ASCB members were elected to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences

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