Two BDRP members were among 50 scientists representing 29 states and 26 FASEB societies that told personal stories of how federal funding for biomedical research supports scientific collaboration and the efficient use of appropriated dollars to advance biological and biomedical research last month.
A list of members self-identified as interested in serving as mentors for trainees.
BDRP has ushered in many successful initiatives under its past and current leadership, so we are excited to announce that Society leadership will make new committee appointments this spring, for the 2021-2022 term that will begin on July 1, 2021.
The following article by BDRP member Lauren Walker, PhD, Rutgers University, was originally published in a special “Postdocs Embracing Diversity in Toxicology” issue of The POST-Y, the newsletter of the Society of Toxicology Postdoctoral Assembly.
Voting members are asked to review the ballot materials and cast their ballots by May 25, 2021.