Newsletter Archive

From the COPD Clinic to the Dicty Lab, Corrine Kliment Travels in Search of a Breakthrough for Deadly Lung Disease

February 16, 2016

They can be housed in the same complex or even the same building, but the usual distance between basic research…

Read More

From Aeronautical Engineering to Cell Biology, Mary Teruel Wants to Know How Things Work

February 16, 2016
, , ,

Mary Frances Nunez Teruel graduated with a PhD in Aeronautical Engineering from Stanford University in 1996. A decade later, she…

Read More

Celldance 2015 Basks in the Golden Age of Cell Imaging

February 16, 2016

Cell biology research comes in all shapes and methods these days, but a common pursuit unites many labs—they make awesome…

Read More

Tugboat and Motor Protein Metaphor Takes Top Prize at 2015 Elevator Speech Contest

February 16, 2016
, , ,

It’s always a short ride, up or down, in ASCB’s 60-second Elevator Speech Contest. For the 2015 judges, it was…

Read More

Education Committee Focuses on Mentoring

February 16, 2016

The Education Committee (EdComm) is striving to engage with the ASCB membership year-round and to build on its programs at…

Read More

COMPASS Seeks Data, Supports Outreach, Encourages Expression

February 16, 2016

In 2016 the Committee for Postdocs and Students (COMPASS) will be seeking information. For the first time COMPASS, together with…

Read More

International Affairs Committee Welcomes Members to Their Scientific Home

February 16, 2016
,

As I write this article on behalf of the International Affairs Committee (IAC), I cannot help but remember my first…

Read More

Minorities Affairs Committee Promotes Professional Development and Involvement with the Society

February 16, 2016
,

The ASCB Minorities Affairs Committee (MAC) has the goal of providing professional development training and opportunities for underrepresented minority scientists…

Read More

Public Policy Committee Plans for a Busy 2016

February 16, 2016

The ASCB Public Policy Committee (PPC) has long been a key participant in discussions of science policy issues that are…

Read More

The Women in Cell Biology Committee: An Effective Advocacy Group

February 16, 2016

Under its new chair, Diane Barber of the University of California, San Francisco, the Women in Cell Biology Committee (WICB)…

Read More