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JUNE/JULY 2014

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RETROSPECTIVE
Dan Lane

FEATURE
Vitamin D

OPEN LETTERS
The road to professor


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  • Mark your calendar: March 28 - April 1, 2015, ASBMB 2015 Annual Meeting in Boston  

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ASBMB Live on July 15 will cover the Vitamin D debate

ASBMB LiveJuly 7, 2014- Are we getting enough vitamin D? Join us on Tuesday July 15 for ASBMB Live for a live, interactive discussion on the Vitamin D debate. Experts Hector DeLuca, Michael Holick, JoAnn Manson and Wesley Pike will share their viewpoints and answer your questions. Read more

 

Online now: June-July 2014 issue of ASBMB Today

Cover of the June/July 2012 issue of ASBMB TodayJuly 2, 2014 — In the cover story of the latest issue of ASBMB Today, science writer Rajendrani Mukhopadhyay explores a longstanding controversy over how much vitamin D is enough for good health. While the Institute of Medicine raised the recommended daily intake to 600 IUs in 2011, some say the limit should be increased more in light of mounting (but not yet conclusive) evidence that vitamin D does a lot more than promote bone health. In his final column as president, Jeremy Berg reflects on the ASBMB annual meeting and announces his new blog, Datahound. Our Perspectives section is full of commentary about careers. Check out Bill Sullivan’s open letter to his parents about becoming an academic researcher, blogger Prof-like Substance’s thoughts about being a “cool professor” and Andrew D. Hollenbach’s essay about what it means to be a successful mentor. Plus, learn about a two-part course on science communication taught by Thomas O. Baldwin at the University of California, Riverside. Read the June/July issue.


Journal News

JBC Thematic Minireview Series - Inteins

May 23, 2014 — Intein-mediated protein splicing raises questions and creates opportunities in fields that range from evolutionary biology, enzymology and molecular biophysics to protein design and biotechnology, as outlined in this minireview series.

Read all of the articles in this minireview series here.



JBC Thematic Minireview Series - Prions

May 23, 2014 — Prions are self-replicating protein aggregates and are the primary causative factor in a number of neurological diseases in mammals. The minireviews in this thematic series highlight the recent advances in prion biology and the role these unique proteins play in disease.

Read all of the articles in this series here


Member News

New members of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences
Academy 2013 The American Academy of Arts and Sciences announced in late April the election of 198 new members who will be inducted at a ceremony in October in Cambridge, Mass. Six ASBMB members were elected.  

 

New members of the National Academy of Sciences
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The National Academy of Sciences announced in late April the election of 84 new members and 21 foreign associates from 14 countries in recognition of their distinguished and continuing achievements in research. Seven ASBMB members were elected.

 
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