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Welcome to ABRCMS Online


ABRCMS Online is an extension of the ABRCMS conference that allows the biomedical sciences community to continue learning, with professional development, scientific and networking opportunities. 
Whether you're an ABRCMS alumni or an ABRCMS newbie, take advantage of this opportunity to get connected, and stay connected.

 

WHO IS ABRCMS ONLINE FOR? 

 
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UNDERGRADUATES & POSTBACS

Community College, Undergraduate and Postbaccalaureate Students

  • FUNDED BY NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF GENERAL MEDICAL SCIENCES (NIGMS)
  • FREE TO ALL ATTENDEES; REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED
  • SEE UPCOMING EVENTS

GRADUATE STUDENTS AND POSTDOCS

Graduate Students and Postdoctoral Scientists 

  • FUNDED BY NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF GENERAL MEDICAL SCIENCES (NIGMS)
  • FREE TO ALL ATTENDEES; REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED
  • SEE UPCOMING EVENTS
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FACULTY & STAFF

Researchers, Faculty Members and Administrators, including those working in Diversity and Inclusion

  • FUNDED BY NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF GENERAL MEDICAL SCIENCES (NIGMS)
  • FREE TO ALL ATTENDEES; REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED
  • SEE UPCOMING EVENTS

ABRCMS Steering Committee statement condemning anti-Asian American and Pacific Islander violence

The recent reports of killings of 8 people, 6 of whom were Asian women, in Atlanta, Georgia are despicable and utterly condemned. We are saddened by this tragedy and our hearts go out to the families who have suffered such terrible losses. The anti-Asian and Pacific Islander bias, racism, and violence being perpetrated nationally are intended to instill fear, and the ABRCMS Steering Committee fully rejects these acts and the hatred that fuels them. We stand in firm support and solidarity with our Asian American and Pacific Islander brothers and sisters.

The ABRCMS Steering Committee

Avery August, Cornell University, Chair
Lisa Barnes, Rush University
Squire Booker, Penn State University
Cherrie Boyer, UCSF
Arturo Casadevall, Johns Hopkins University
Lydia Contreras, University of Texas at Austin
Tracy Johnson, UCLA
Mary Sanchez Lanier, Washington State University
Beronda Montgomery, Michigan State University
Juan Ramirez Lugo, University of Puerto Rico
Crystal Watkins, Johns Hopkins University


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