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This guide provides tools and resources to help you identify careers you may be interested in and descriptions of them. It also provides resources to identify potential graduate programs in your field of interest.
Since its founding, the American Society of Biological Chemists (ASBC) has numbered in its ranks (and still does) an impressive cadre of scientists, who have often given freely of their time to promote and foster various Society activities that have in turn helped to catalyze the extraordinary advances in molecular bioscience in the 20th century. The histories of the Society, its journals, and its members are rich with facts and stories that describe these advances, particularly in the past century.
The Association for Clinical Biochemistry and Laboratory Medicine (ACB) was founded in 1953, and is one of the oldest such Associations in the world. Based in the United Kingdom, it is a professional body dedicated to the practice and promotion of clinical science. The Association has medical and non-medical members in all major UK healthcare laboratories, in many university departments and in several commercial companies involved in healthcare. The links with its Corporate Members lead to a fruitful relationship with the clinical diagnostics industry.
The Human Biology Association is a vibrant nonprofit scientific organization dedicated to supporting and disseminating innovative research and teaching on human biological variation in evolutionary, social, historical, and environmental context worldwide.
We are an interdisciplinary group of scientists including internationally-recognized leaders in the fields of anthropology, anatomy, public health, endocrinology, genetics, nutrition, and numerous other fields.
The Association of Southeastern Biologists (ASB) held its first meeting in Athens, GA, in 1937, and has met every year since with the exception of 1943, 1944, and 1945 due to WWII. Our purpose is to promote research and education in the biological sciences by providing a student-friendly, networking environment through our annual meetings.