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Science policy weekly roundup: May 4, 2018 ?>

Science policy weekly roundup: May 4, 2018

Apply to the ASBMB ATP today Apply today to the American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology’s Advocacy Training Program. The ASBMB ATP will provide a one-of-a-kind, hands-on experience for ASBMB members interested in gaining valuable experience in science policy and advocacy. The six-month externship will train leaders to build and maintain hubs of regional science advocacy. Click here to learn more and to apply.   2018 Hill Day recap ASBMB Science Policy Analyst André Porter recaps the events of…

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Science Policy Weekly Roundup: February 16, 2018 ?>

Science Policy Weekly Roundup: February 16, 2018

ASBMB responds to President Donald Trump’s FY19 budget The Trump administration’s FY19 budget originally called for deep cuts for the NIH and the NSF. However, in response to the congressional budget deal that will infuse billions of dollars to the federal budget, the Office of Management and Budget walked back the cuts and instead proposed flat funding levels for those agencies. The administration’s original intent to reduce the NIH and NSF budgets demonstrate that the research enterprise is not a…

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Where we’ve been: attending the February NINDS advisory council meeting ?>

Where we’ve been: attending the February NINDS advisory council meeting

  The National Institute of Neurological Diseases and Stroke held its advisory council meeting on Feb. 1. NINDS Director Walter Koroshetz provided institute updates and a primer for an extended discussion on the Next Generation of Researchers Initiative scheduled for the advisory council meeting in May. Institute program directors proposed funding opportunities to facilitate new methods of training basic researchers with translational focuses, increasing diversity at the professoriate level, as well as revisions to the institute’s special council review policy….

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