- Molecular Biology of the Cell (MBoC), the ASCB’s peer-reviewed science journal, is published twice monthly. MBoC publishes important research in all areas of cell biology and life sciences, from biophysics to genetics to neuroscience. ASCB members get a 20% discount on page charges.
- CBE—Life Sciences Education (LSE)—the ASCB’s quarterly education journal, is a peer-reviewed journal of biology education research and evidence-based biology teaching.
- The ASCB Newsletter, which is published 11 times per year, provides information on funding opportunities, public policy, careers, meetings and other topics of interest.
- iBiology provides scientific and educational videos of interest to students and educators at all levels.
- The ASCB Science Navigator: identify scientific experts, trace the basic research behind clinical trials, or sort the latest scientific news through this three-in-one science intelligence source.
- The Cell: An Image Library-CCDB is a freely accessible, easy-to-search public repository of reviewed and annotated images, videos, and animations of cells.
- Sign up for One-on-one review of your CV by a senior ASCB member. ASCB members in industry are also available to help those looking for jobs in biotech and pharma.
- Post your CV for free and enjoy discounted job postings on the ASCB Online Job Board
- View Career planning webinars
- Request free copies of our ongoing series Career Advice for Life Scientists
- Apply for Managing Science in the Biotech Industry: An Intensive Course for Students and Postdocs is offered in collaboration with the Keck Graduate Institute in Claremont, California, with generous funding from EMD Millipore. The next course will be offered July 12-24, 2015.
- ASCB funding is available for graduate students and postdocs to organize one-day local meetings at their institution. This is a great way to gain organization and leadership skills.
- Members get discounted registration for the ASCB Annual Meeting
- Travel and childcare awards enable members to attend the Annual Meeting. Travel awards are available for postdoctoral fellows, underrepresented minorities, graduate students, undergraduate students, junior faculty, and international members.
- Become involved in ASCB’s important work to change policies in Washington, DC, in support of basic biomedical research.
- Join Capitol Hill Days that bring scientists face-to-face with their Representatives.
- Read Public Policy updates in each issue of the ASCB Newsletter.
- Apply for The ASCB Kaluza Prizes supported by Beckman Coulter that honor excellence in graduate student research.
- Enjoy nomination privileges for ASCB Awards
- Read daily news, comments, and insights on the ASCB Post and Blogs as well as on Facebook and Twitter.
- Expand your network, find collaborators in the online members-only Directory.