Help the Society recruit new members! Participate in our 2015 Member-Get-A-Member program, get a free ASPET Lunch Bag, and be entered into a raffle to win big prizes!
Participate in #GivingTuesday by donating to ASPET’s Young Scientist Travel Award Fund. Give to ASPET to become a part of the global tradition of Giving Tuesday.
Our new 2015 Annual Meeting website is now live! Visit the new website for latest information on the meeting program, abstracts, speakers, sponsorship opportunities, and more!
We are now accepting online application forms for ASPET Travel and Best Abstract Awards for EB 2015.
Undergraduate Students: Check out our booklet Explore Pharmacology to learn more about opportunities and career paths in pharmacology. Also find graduate programs listed towards the back of the booklet.
Check out the September 2014 issue of The Pharmacologist featuring a special article on the Crohn Legacy.
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Students and Postdocs: Just one week left to apply for a Best Abstract Award for EB 2015. Apply online by November 24, 2014.
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Earlier this summer, ASPET announced our BIG IDEAS initiative and invited individual members and divisions to submit proposals for new projects that would directly benefit ASPET members. We received many high quality proposals and after two rounds of intensive review, the ASPET Council is happy to announce the three BIG IDEAS that we will be pursuing.
The Scientist has just released its 2014 Life Sciences Salary Survey. According to the survey, compensation for life sciences professionals in the U.S., Canada, and Europe increased moderately since 2013, and some specialties, including genetics, genomics, and immunology, showed particularly notable increases.
Training in Neurotherapeutics Discovery and Development for Academic Scientists is offering of a 3½-day course to introduce academic researchers to the principles of neurotherapeutic drug discovery and development.
Congratulations to Evelyn Macedo, who won ASPET’s new student member raffle prize at the SACNAS national conference in Los Angeles! Undergraduates who signed up for ASPET membership had a chance to win a plush donkey proudly wearing the ASPET logo. There will be another winner from the Annual Biomedical Research Conference for Minority Students, held in San Antonio, TX from November 12-14.
Thank you to everyone who participated in this year’s Annual Membership Survey. This year’s survey focused on ASPET’s divisions and how well they are serving our members’ needs. The survey asked several specific questions about members’ primary division membership. Click on the weblink above to view/download the survey results.
FASEB has named the winners of its third annual BioArt competition. These ten images and two videos demonstrate the breadth of ongoing research in the biomedical and life sciences. Winning entries can be viewed here and will be exhibited at the National Institutes of Health.
ASPET members: Use this legislative alert to urge the Senate to approve a bill that reduces regulatory burden for scientists.
ASPET joined 133 concerned organizations urging Congress to pass an omnibus FY 2015 appropriations bill that includes increased investments in scientific research and higher education that are needed to close our nation’s innovation deficit.
With Congress on recess and mid-term elections around the corner, NIH supporters in Congress are trying to rally support for the agency.
The mission of the ASPET Washington Fellows Program is to enable developing and early career scientists interested in science policy to learn about and become more engaged in public policy issues.
ASPET Council has contacted Congressional leadership and rank and file members urging them to pass appropriations legislation after the November 4 elections that would fund the NIH.
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