The Division of Biological Chemistry publishes its newsletter on an annual schedule. Hear the latest news from our Chair, and read about upcoming meetings and symposia, award nominations, officer elections, and travel grants.

Message from the Chair: Anne-Frances Miller, Ph.D.

Dear Members of the Division of Biological Chemistry,

My calendar moved with unprecedented speed this fall, and without warning, it is reading November. Nevertheless, and before Thanksgiving, here is your Fall Newsletter from the Division of Biological Chemistry.

Election of new officers: 5-26 November 2019

The big news is that our elections are underway, as of 5 November. Please check your email for your voting invitation, and if you do not receive one, please let me know so we can make corrections. We are very fortunate to have a strong roster of nominees who have agreed to put their time and experience at the disposal of the division. If you know one of these fine people, please thank them, regardless of whom you vote for. Brief biosketches will be available through the on-line voting site, for your convenience, but you
can of course also look people up as part of your voting process. To make this easier, the list of nominees for each open position is provided at the end of this newsletter. Please go ahead, research your selections, and then….. VOTE!

Our division web site lists all the division officer positions. http://www.divbiolchem.org/officers If you are interested in serving in one of these roles,
please contact any member of the nominating committee. They too are listed on the site, along with contact information. Or you can email me, and I will pass your message along: afmill3r2@gmail.com.

For more information, please see the newsletter below!

I welcome your feedback,

Anne-Frances Miller

Please email to afmill3r2@gmail.com and include ‘DBC’ in the subject line to help me retrieve your message from the sea of stuff.

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