Tag Archives: Hudson Freeze

FASEB encouraged by presidential candidates’ views on science issues

The Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology (FASEB) thanks Hillary Clinton, Donald Trump, and Jill Stein for responding to America’s Top 20 Science, Engineering, Tech, Health & Environmental Issues in 2016 for ScienceDebate.org. “These issues aren’t just important for scientists, they affect every American,” said FASEB President Hudson H. Freeze, PhD. “We appreciate that… Read More »

FASEB leadership advocate for research funding in districts across the country

Congress may have been on recess this summer, but it certainly was not a vacation for the Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology (FASEB) leadership. During August, many members of FASEB’s Board and Science Policy Committee met with elected officials in their local communities as part of the Federation’s successful campaign to expand its… Read More »

Save the date: Capitol Hill briefing on developmental biology

On Tuesday, September 20, the Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology (FASEB) will host an educational briefing on developmental biology research that is funded by the National Science Foundation (NSF). Developmental biology seeks to explore some of the most fundamental topics in the biological sciences, including the processes that give rise to complex tissues,… Read More »

FASEB President interviewed about political conventions

As the Republican and Democratic National Conventions aired in July, Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology (FASEB) President Hudson Freeze, PhD, discussed what research advocates hope to see from the presidential candidates. His comments appeared in STAT and on San Diego’s KUSI News. “What we need is a Superman or a Superwoman coming into… Read More »