Won't You Join Us?
Our 51st Annual Meeting begins on July 10. Join us in New Orleans as we provide a series of plenary presentations, including talks on nuclear receptors, mitochondrial function, and longevity and the microbiome, with a focus on the various ways in which physiologic and pathologic signals regulate reproductive processes. There will also be a number of celebratory events, such as: luncheons, a Mardi Gras style parade, a visit to the aquarium, a Fun Run, and so much more!

Diversity Symposium Lunch
Headed to NOLA for the Annual Meeting? Attend our Diversity Symposium Lunch on July 11 at 12:30PM.

This lunch is organized by the SSR's Diversity Committee an will showcase compelling research by minority researchers and clinicians in academia and industry. This year's speaker is Clayton Yates, PhD of Tuskegee University. He will be speaking on Epigenetic Drivers of Prostate and Breast Cancer in African Americans.

Be sure to sign up when you register for this years' Annual Meeting!
The 5K Fun Run
This years' Annual Meeting will feature a 5K FunRun, which will support the Larry Ewing Memorial Travel Fund (LEMTTF). The course will follow a scenic path along the Mississippi River. If you are unable to run but would like to support the run, consider sponsoring a participant. Fundraising while you run? If yes, please go to this page to create your team member page online.

For those looking for a more active role, please consider volunteering at this year's Fun Run/Walk.
Renew 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. See the full list of benefits per membership type here .

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