Communications

About the Communications Committee 

The ABRF Communications Committee coordinates and disseminates timely information on ABRF activities to ABRF members and the scientific community at large through a variety of platforms and communications channels, including print, digital and social media. 

The Communications Committee works closely with other ABRF components as sources of relevant content, including Research GroupsChaptersCommittees, and the ABRF Executive Board.  In addition, the Committee publicizes ABRF events and other activities of interest to the membership.

Content organized by the Communications Committee includes:

  • ABRF Annual Meeting
  • Career development information
  • Chapter events and updates
  • Committee projects and activities
  • Education Programs
  • Job Openings
  • Membership Resources
  • Research Group updates

To enhance the reach of information about ABRF activities, the Communications Committee utilizes a range of tools and outreach channels, including:

  • ABRF Website
  • ABRF Discussion Forums
  • Social Media
  • LinkedIn
  • Twitter

Did you know members may submit news and information to the Communications Committee to share with other members? Simply CLICK HERE to complete the online form. 

Current Membership

Desiree Porter – (Chair) University of Texas at San Antonio
Matt DeVries -  Case Western Reserve University
Isabelle Girard  University of California - Davis
Stuart Levine - MIT
Claudius Mundoma (EB liaison) -  University of Colorado, Boulder
Ronald Niece - Research Resources &Technologies
Jenny Schafer - Vanderbilt University 
Ken Schoppmann - Executive Director – ABRF
Todd Smith - Digital World Biology
Andrew Vinard - University of Massachusetts - Amherst

Activities

ABRF links in the electronic media:

    - ABRF LinkedIn Page 
    - ABRF Facebook Page  
    - ABRF Core MarketPlace (Update your core facilities' description!) 
    - ABRF.org Round Table Discussion Forums
    - FASEB Web Site 
    - ABRF on Twitter