Since 2016, US HUPO has participated as a member society of the Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology (FASEB). FASEB is a vocal proponent for funding of scientific research and a frequent contributor to Federal Requests for Information regarding important policy issues affecting biological research. Through FASEB membership, US HUPO has a voice in FASEB policy recommendations and representation in FASEB legislative initiatives and activities. Membership also gives US HUPO members exposure to an array of fellow scientific member societies, thus broadening awareness of proteomics and US HUPO. FASEB membership also conveys a number of individual benefits that are available to US HUPO members. Read more about FASEB society member benefits.
US HUPO is represented at FASEB’s monthly Board of Director’s conference calls and occasional face-to-face meetings by Ralph Bradshaw (UCSD), a long-time US HUPO Board member.
FASEB's Science Policy Committee is one of its most compelling and active committees. US HUPO is represented by US HUPO Board member Karin Rodland (PNNL) on this important committee.