Newsletter Archive

Finding Our Way

November 30, 2015

Dear Labby, We receive mentoring of all kinds, but many of my fellow students and I find it granular: helpful…

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Did You Know…?

November 30, 2015

It’s THAT Time of Year… Time to renew your ASCB membership for 2016,* update your journal subscriptions, and make your…

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Why Scientists Must Communicate with the Public

November 30, 2015

Shirley Tilghman This semester I have been teaching an undergraduate course at Princeton on the topic of modern genetics and…

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The Extraordinary Life of ASCB Founding Member Susumu Ito

November 30, 2015
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A sharp-eyed witness and self-effacing participant in many of the terrible historical and great scientific events of the last century,…

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Bombed My Defense!

October 30, 2015

Dear Labby, My thesis defense started out fine. It was the usual seminar (with my husband, our five-year-old daughter, my…

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Innocently Tarnished by Misconduct

October 7, 2015

Dear Labby, I am a finishing graduate student and my world has collapsed due to acts of research misconduct by…

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Recent Local Meetings Oct 2015

October 7, 2015

Attendees view posters at the 2015 Midwest Membrane Trafficking and Signaling Symposium. Beyond the Bench Symposium Cold Spring Harbor, NY.…

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An Interloper?

September 1, 2015

Dear Labby, I am a faculty member at a U.S. medical school with my primary appointment in a department of…

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LSE Table of Contents

September 1, 2015

Volume 14 September 2015 FEATURE Book Review Integrating Concepts in Biology: A Model for More Effective Ways to Introduce Students…

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My Talk Runneth Over

August 20, 2015

Dear Labby, I am a fourth-year graduate student getting ready to give my first talk at a meeting. It is…

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