Mark Your Calendar!
Late breaking abstract submissions will begin April 13th. You still have a chance to present your new research at the SSR Annual Meeting and take advantage of Early Bird registration prices. Becoming a member gives you even more discounts, benefits, and networking opportunities with prestigious colleagues in the reproductive sciences. Learn More
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2018 SSR Board Election

Candidate bios are now available for your review. Ballots will be sent on April 16th from VoteNow.com. Make sure to add VoteNow to your safe email list. Read the Bios
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Have You Renewed Your Membership?

Your SSR membership expires at the end of each calendar year. If you have not renewed, you're missing key member-only opportunities such as eligibility for awards, and discounted registration.

Sign into your MySSR portal to renew now, or email the SSR Membership Manager - Lorna Valle at membership@ssr.org for assistance.
Call for Volunteers

The SSR Leadership is looking for committee and FASEB liaison volunteers. Committees give SSR members an opportunity to become involved with decisions that directly impact SSR and its direction.

Now is your chance to get involved! Peruse the list of SSR committees and FASEB Committee Charters to get details on what each committee does. Then complete the survey to select the committee(s) you are interested in. Start the Survey
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Don't Miss Your Chance!

The deadline to apply for our new awards is 3 weeks away. Send your statement of purpose (2 page maximum), CV, and recommendation letters in one PDF file to one of the following inboxes before April 27th .


to SSRInt@ssr.org
Upcoming Events
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SSR-Supported Meetings

The Society for the Study of Reproduction (SSR) is delighted to announce the meetings approved for support in the first review cycle. Congratulations!


Learn more about how you can apply for support of your meeting.  Read More
 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