In December 2019, the FASEB Board of Directors approved the addition of three new positions on the Board and three new positions on the Science Policy Committee for early-career researchers (ECRs). The inaugural three ECRs began their terms in July 2020. Subsequent ECR positions on the FASEB Board of Directors and Science Policy Committee will continue to be filled in a staggered manner in the years to come. Candidates interested in being considered should begin the process by inquiring with their scientific society regarding the timeline and nomination instructions.
Do you have an interest in growing your professional development and advocating on behalf of the biological and biomedical sciences?
If so, consider applying for an Early-Career Representative position on the FASEB Board of Directors or Science Policy Committee.
In addition to having a passion for advocating for the biological and biomedical sciences, nominees should be effective communicators across multiple stakeholders such as the member society and the general public; show a demonstrated commitment to serve science through scientific organizations; and hold a record of professional service, including active membership in The American Society for Investigative Pathology.
Nominations are due by
Monday, April 5.
Visit FASEB for more information and contact us to apply.
- Early-career researchers make up a significant portion of the biological and biomedical sciences community, and the FASEB Board seeks their unique insights and opinions.
- The Early-Career Representative positions are critical to the FASEB leadership and help foster dialogue between current and future generations of biological and biomedical researchers.
- Early-Career Representative positions enable researchers to enhance their professional development and contribute to FASEB’s decision-making.
ASIP Members who were nominated and selected last year:
- ASIP Member Dr. Morgan Preziosi Selected as Inaugural Early Career Representative to FASEB Science Policy Committee