Time is Running Out
There is just about 1 week left to vote for this year’s SSR officers and directors! 

Voting takes less than a minute, is anonymous, and secure. Just follow the link from your email and cast your vote! Learn more about the candidates here .

Check your email filters for the address ElectionBallot@vote-now.com . 

For mem bers who are missing a ballot, please contact administrator@ssr.org
The SSR Trainee Affairs Committee Invites You
This July, head to New Orleans for the 51st Annual Meeting. In addition to our packed schedule of compelling keynotes and conversations, register for the annual Fun Run - a 5k course to raise money to support the Larry Ewing Memorial Trainee Travel Fund. You don't have to run to support! Find a member  fundraising page and make a donation.

Already registered? Create your profile on classy.org to encourage more sponsors to support your run and SSR.

To learn more about this years' program, or to register, click here.

Reserve your room toda y to get the special SSR Annual Meeting discount. The early booking discount ends June 12th.
Looking for a way to be more involved in the SSR community? Now is your chance! Become a volunteer and be involved with the decisions that directly impact SSR. See the list o SSR committees t o get details on what each committee does.

C omplete this survey to select the committee(s) you are interested in.
SSR Support for Scientific Meetings
The Society for the Study of Reproduction (SSR) is committed to enhancing reproductive biology research through support of scientific meetings focused on topics of relevance to the society. In addition to organizing the SSR annual meeting, the society provides support for other scientific meetings. Learn more about how you can apply for support of your meeting. Read more.
Upcoming Events
This month's issue of the BOR features multiple compelling reads. A couple articles we'd like to point out include:

The female reproductive track for May's issue of the BOR features an article that discusses insights on a NGF-mediated pathway to induce ovulation in rabbits
Maternal nutrient restriction impairs young adult offspring ovarian signaling resulting in reproductive dysfunction and follicle loss.
 About SSR
The Society for the Study of Reproduction (SSR) was founded in 1967 to promote the study of reproduction by fostering interdisciplinary communication among scientists, holding conferences, and publishing meritorious studies. Today, our members come from 50 countries around the world. Read More