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  • Ask Me Anything: Training Early Career Researchers in Science Policy

    Please join Adriana Bankston, a Principal Legislative Analyst in the University of California Office of Federal Governmental Relations (UC FGR) on Tuesday, July 14 from 10 am to 5 pm EDT for an Ask Me Anything about Training Early Career Researchers in Science Policy.

    Please log in to the community to ask your question!

  • Cell Bio 2020 Will Be Virtual

    The in-person meeting scheduled to be held in Philadelphia in December has been canceled and instead we are planning to hold a virtual meeting: Cell Bio Virtual 2020-An Online ASCB|EMBO Meeting.


    We are finalizing the exact timing and many other details and welcome your feedback here by July 22. The new meeting will include most of the familiar sessions (symposia, minisymposia, posters, subgroups, career and professional development programs, award lectures, and tech talks). We will provide more information about logistics on August. 3.


    Our abstract system is now open for submissions for those interested in giving talks at the meeting. If you want to be considered for a talk you must submit your abstract by July 30.

  • Attention Members: June Newsletter

    The June Newsletter is here! 

    The June 2020 "Careers" issue contains articles on returning to the lab after the pandemic, a Feature article on becoming a department chair, ASCB's statement condemning racial violence and demanding change, your favorite recurring career columns—Dear Labby, Career Navigator—and more.