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 Biology Job Search Engines & Resource Sites

American Association of Immunologists

  • The mission of FASEB is to enhance the ability of biomedical and life scientists to improve, through their research, the health, well-being, and productivity of all people. FASEB is a coalition of independent Member Societies that serve the interests of biomedical and life scientists, particularly those related to public policy issues. FASEB facilitates coalition activities among Member Societies and disseminates information on biological research through scientific conferences and publications. FASEB also provides support for society meetings, publishes The FASEB Journal and the FASEB Directory of Members; and offers career placement services.
American Astronomical Society
  • The AAS publishes a Job Register, which is the premier location for employers who are seeking astronomers. The Job Register is published on the first of each month and usually contains about 50 or more jobs each month. The AAS provides a Job Center at each AAS meeting. The Job center serves as a meeting place for employers and job seekers, as well as being a posting location for new jobs and jobs in the most recent Job Register.
American Institute of Biological Sciences
  • The American Institute of Biological Sciences was established as a national umbrella organization for the biological sciences in 1947 by 11 scientific societies as part of the National Academy of Sciences. An independent non-profit organization since 1954, it has grown to represent more than 80 professional societies and organizations with a combined membership exceeding 240,000 scientists and educators.
American Physiological Society
  • The American Physiological Society (APS) is a nonprofit devoted to fostering education, scientific research, and dissemination of information in the physiological sciences. The Society was founded in 1887 with 27 members. APS now has over 10,500 members. Most members have doctoral degrees in physiology and/or medicine (or other health professions).
American Society for Cell Biology
  • The American Society for Cell Biology (ASCB) was founded in 1960 to bring the varied facets of cell biology together. The Society's purpose is to promote and develop the field of cell biology. It's objectives are achieved through the scholarly dissemination of research at its Annual Meeting and Summer Meetings in its publications.
American Society for Limnology & Oceanography
  • ASLO fosters a diverse, international scientific community that creates, integrates and communicates knowledge across the full spectrum of aquatic sciences, advances public awareness and education about aquatic resources and research, and promotes scientific stewardship of aquatic resources for the public interest. Its products and activities are directed toward these ends.
American Society of Mammalogists
  • The American Society of Mammalogists was established in 1919 for the purpose of promoting the study of mammals. Most members of ASM are professional scientists with a strong interest in the public good, which is reflected in their involvement in providing information for public policy, resources management, conservation, and education. The Society hosts annual meetings and maintains several publications.
American Society for Microbiology
  • Provides a search for positions in microbiology and infectious diseases.
American Society of Plant Physiologists
  • The American Society of Plant Biologists was founded in 1924 to promote the growth and development of plant biology, to encourage and publish research in plant biology, and to promote the interests and growth of plant scientists in general. Over the decades the Society has evolved and expanded to provide a forum for molecular and cellular biology as well as to serve the basic interests of plant science. It publishes the highly cited and respected journals Plant Physiology and The Plant Cell. Membership spans six continents, and our members work in such diverse areas as academia, government laboratories, and industrial and commercial environments. The Society also has a large student membership. ASPB plays a key role in uniting the international plant science disciplines.
Botany.org
  • The Botanical Society of America (BSA) is a "not-for-profit" membership society that exists to promote botany, the field of basic science dealing with the study and inquiry into the form, function, development, diversity, reproduction, evolution, and uses of plants and their interactions within the biosphere. To accomplish this mission, the objectives of The Society are to: sustain and provide improved formal and informal education about plants; encourage basic plant research; provide expertise, direction, and position statements concerning plants and ecosystems; and foster communication within the professional botanical community, and between botanists and the rest of humankind through publications, meetings, and committees.
Ecological Society of America
  • The Ecological Society of America (ESA) is a nonpartisan, nonprofit organization of scientists founded in 1915 to: promote ecological science by improving communication among ecologists; raise the public's level of awareness of the importance of ecological science; increase the resources available for the conduct of ecological science; and ensure the appropriate use of ecological science in environmental decision making by enhancing communication between the ecological community and policy-makers.
Entomological Society of America
  • The Entomological Society of America (ESA) is the largest organization in the world serving the professional and scientific needs of entomologists and people in related disciplines. Founded in 1889, ESA today has more than 6,000 members. This number includes educators, extension personnel, consultants, students, researchers, and scientists from agricultural departments, health agencies, private industries, colleges and universities, and state and federal governments.
Federation of for Experimental Biology
  • The mission of FASEB is to enhance the ability of biomedical and life scientists to improve, through their research, the health, well-being, and productivity of all people. FASEB is a coalition of independent Member Societies that serve the interests of biomedical and life scientists, particularly those related to public policy issues. FASEB facilitates coalition activities among Member Societies and disseminates information on biological research through scientific conferences and publications. FASEB also offers Member Societies headquarters facilities, and operational and logistic support.

NetSci

  • A starting point to explore the wide range of scientific societies whose members contribute to pharmaceutical research and development.
PharmWeb.net
  • Provides a six page list of pharmaceutical companies in alphabetical order from 3M to Zila, Inc.

Pittsburgh Technology Council

  • This site is for the fast-growing technology and advanced manufacturing community that is redefining southwestern Pennsylvania. This site contains information on summer internships, summer jobs, and entry level positions updated every week in business, finance, technology, communication, and technical writing.
ScienceJobs.com
  • Database contains variety of sectors, regions (including U.S. and other part of World), and disciplines.
The National Academies
  • The National Academies perform an unparalleled public service by bringing together committees of experts in all areas of scientific and technological endeavor. These experts serve pro bono to address critical national issues and give advice to the federal government and the public. Four organizations comprise the Academies: the National Academy of Sciences, the National Academy of Engineering, the Institute of Medicine and the National Research Council.

 

 

  

  

 

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