For me, these last few years have driven home how crucial—and yet how challenging—it is for scientists to communicate how we know what we know...


Thank you, GSA community

December 28, 2021

A message from 2021 GSA President, Hugo Bellen. If there is anything we have learned from this pandemic, it is to prioritize what is important...


Goodbye, 2020

December 29, 2020

Periodically, Mother Nature seems as if she is angry with us, like when Hurricane Katrina drowned my childhood hometown of New Orleans and nearly 2,000...


As yet another Black man suffocates under a policeman’s knee, cities burn, and the coronavirus spreads a disproportionate burden of suffering and death to communities...


Last week, the GSA Board of Directors cancelled The Allied Genetics Conference (TAGC), an event we had all been eagerly anticipating. It was a heartbreaking...


Pillars of the community

December 31, 2018

GSA President Jeannie Lee announces a new Strategic Plan for GSA. When I became President earlier this year, I set out with two major goals...


Getting to work

July 31, 2018

Turning vision into reality takes work—that much is obvious. But anyone who has written a proposal of any sort will realize that a coherent vision...


As scientists, we do a lot of talking. Whether presenting at conferences, engaging during meetings, or discussing the latest results with lab members—there is a...


GSA President Jeannie Lee invites your input. Like everything right now, science is changing fast. It seems like every time I look up from my...


On a spring day in 2006, I woke up from surgery to learn that I had an aggressive type of breast cancer that would require...