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Press Release: FABBS Welcomes New President, Philip Rubin, P.h.D.

Washington, D.C. (January 14, 2022) – The Federation of Associations in Behavioral and Brain Sciences is delighted to welcome Philip Rubin, Ph.D., as he begins his term as President of the FABBS Board.

Rubin brings extensive experience as a researcher …

2022 Capitol Hill Outlook

Congress is entering a jam-packed year with sky high aspirations, but serious roadblocks stand in the way of significant legislation passing into law.

The Federal government is currently operation under a continuing resolution (CR), which expires February 18. Congressional appropriators …

Biden Administration Releases New Research Security Guidance

January 13, 2022

On January 4, the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP) released new guidance on national security concerns surrounding federally-funded research, building on an announcement made on the final day of the Trump Administration. In …

25 Years of OBSSR: Snapshots of Accomplishments in Behavioral and Social Sciences Research

January 13, 2022   

For more than 25 years, the Office of Behavioral and Social Sciences Research (OBSSR) has galvanized the role of the behavioral and social sciences in the mission of the National Institutes of Health (NIH) to enhance health, …

Q&A with Dr. Philip Rubin, Incoming FABBS President

January 13, 2022 

Philip Rubin, PhD

What inspired you to become President of the FABBS board?

My experience with FABBS goes back over twenty years. I first became aware of the organization in 2000, when I took a leave from my …

Protecting the Integrity of Government Sciences – NCST Report

 January 13, 2022

The White House Scientific Integrity Task Force (SI) released their report “Protecting the Integrity of Government Science” earlier this month. This report marks an important first step toward strengthening scientific integrity and evidence-based decision-making and establishes scientific integrity as a priority …

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