Jen Heemstra is a Professor in the Department of Chemistry at Emory University, where her lab is focused on harnessing the molecular recognition and self-assembly properties of nucleic acids and proteins for applications in biosensing and bioimaging. In addition to her research, Jen is also actively engaged in science communication, outreach, and advocacy. Outside of work, Jen enjoys spending time with her husband and two sons, as well as rock climbing, cycling, and running.
The Postdoc and Fellows Development Centre (PFDC) has been providing support for research staff at Imperial College London since 2009. The PFDC provides multiple opportunities for early career researchers to appraise their skills and further develop these for the workforce.
The Spanish Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (SEBBM) was founded in 1963, currently has more than 3370 members and is the main scientific society that coordinates activities in Spain related to the extensive field of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology. SEBBM protector members: Bio-Rad, Eppendorf, Fisher Scientific, Control Técnica, Waldner, Merck, ASEBIO and Promega.
FEBS Letters is renowned both for its quality of content and speed of production. Bringing together the most important developments in the molecular biosciences, FEBS Letters provides an international forum for Reviews, Research Letters and Research Articles that merit urgent publication.