Bruno da Rocha-Azevedo

Bruno Da Rocha-Azevedo is currently a Senior Staff Scientist in the Department of Biophysics at UT Southwestern Medical Center. Bruno studies the spatiotemporal dynamics of endothelial cell receptors using single molecule imaging. Bruno was one of the founding members of COMPASS, where he has a member (2013-2016), outreach subcommittee chair (2013-2015) and COMPASS co-chair (2015-2016). Bruno also recently volunteered on the ASCB 5-year strategic plan, helping on creating the guidelines for further democratizing the society by ensuring leadership and decision making reflect the broad range of the membership and their interests and priorities E-mail: brunodarochaazevedo@gmail.com Twitter: @brunodra

Samba, Tango, Mariachi, and Science: The Rhythm of Latin American Biomedical Science

May 15, 2015
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Much of the progress and development of science has been discussed from the perspective of the United States, Europe, Japan,…

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Side Effect of the Academic Crisis or Effect of Globalization? An International Brain Drain in the United States?

April 13, 2015
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There’s a well-documented and discussed crisis in the biomedical enterprise in the United States. The average age of basic biomedical…

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The Importance of Elections in Scientific Societies (including ASCB)

April 10, 2015
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The opinions presented in this piece represent the authors’ opinions and do not reflect either COMPASS or ASCB official opinions.…

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