Tag Archives: Science Policy Committee

Opportunity for early career researchers to develop advocacy skills

Applications are now being accepted for the American Physiological Society’s Early Career Advocacy Fellowship, a two-year program that engages early career investigators in advocacy activities while they continue in their current careers. Fellows receive regular emails on science policy issues from APS, participate in Capitol Hill visits, and actively participate in at least one project… Read More »

FASEB hosts science policy symposium on research evaluation

How should a scientist’s contributions be measured and evaluated? On August 10 and 11, the Science Policy Committee of the Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology participated in a symposium and discussion titled “Making an Impact: Evaluating Research and Investigators’ Contributions in the Biological Sciences.” The event began on August 10 with a keynote… Read More »