Minority Affairs



It is the mission of the ASBMB Minority Affairs Committee to increase cultural diversity in the fields of biochemistry and molecular biology by increasing participation, visibility and status of minorities within ASBMB.


April Research Spotlight on Carlise Bethel, Ph.D.

Carlise BethelApril 1, 2016 -- Carlise Bethel is a science instructor at Dr. Henry A. Wise, Jr. High School in Maryland, where she teaches courses in biology and medical science. In April's research spotlight, Dr. Bethel describes why she decided to pursue a career in teaching and explains why her scientific training prepared her for working a classroom. Learn more.


Minority Affairs Committee-Sponsored Events at the 2016 ASBMB Annual Meeting

2016 Annual Meeting - MAC sponsored events preview flierThe ASBMB Minority Affairs Committee are sponsoring a number of scientific, social and professional development events at the 2016 ASBMB annual meeting in San Diego, April 2-6. 








March Research Spotlight on Emmanuel Nekongo, Ph.D.

Emmanuel Nekongo - profile photoMarch 1, 2016 -- Emmanuel Nekongo is a postdoctoral fellow at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. In this month's research spotlight, you can discover why Dr. Nekongo's upbringing in rural Cameroon inspired him to study chemistry. Learn more about Dr. Nekongo.

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