On October 27th, 2020, ASBMB hosted our first Invited Speaker: Dr. Lexie Kuzmishin Nagy, Ph.D. Dr. Nagy talked about her research, which focused on the regulation of translation machinery during stress. She received her doctorate in biochemistry from Ohio State University and is currently holds a Fellowships in Research and Teaching, also known as a FIRST postdoctoral fellow, in the laboratory of Dr. Christine Dunham through the Emory University School of Medicine Department of Biochemistry.
The talk was very informative, and she provided useful follow-up links, posted here:
Office of Postdoctoral Education
ACS Chemistry of Life
National Institutes of Health (NIH)
- Funding for Undergraduate & Postbaccalaureate Education
- myIDP (my Individual Development Plan)
- Science Career Planning & Mentor/Mentee Relationships
- Research Career Pathways
American Society of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (ASBMB)
- Science Outreach
- Advocacy for Diversity
- Career Development Webinars
- Job Board
- Summer Research Opportunities
Association of Women in Science (AWIS)
Thank you, Dr. Nagy for your informative and interesting talk about your work in the Dunham lab and about your insight career trajectory!
Be on the lookout for Emory ASBMB’s next Invited Speaker!