Our Newest Award Winners!

We're thrilled to announce the recipients of the
Janice Bahr Junior Scientist Travel Award
Zelieann Craig, Ph.D. 
Assistant Professor of Reproductive Physiology,
Department of Animal & Comparative Biomed Sciences, University of Arizona
Elizabeth M. Snyder, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor, Department of Animal Science, School of Environmental and Biological Sciences, Rutgers University
In addition, please join us in congratulating the recipient of the
Fuller Bazer International Scientist Award
Kate Loveland, Ph.D.
NHMRC Senior Research Fellow
Centre Head, Centre for Reproductive Health
Research Group Head, Testis Development and Male Germ Cell Biology; Head of Postgraduate Studies, School of Clinical Sciences, Monash Health Translational Precinct;
Adjunct Professor, Department of Anatomy & Developmental Biology, Monash University  
Hudson Institute of Medical Research
Diversity Lunch Symposium
As part of our Annual Meeting, join us for the Diversity Lunch Symposium on July 11.

This years' lunch will showcase compelling research by minority researchers and clinicians in academia and industry. Our speaker, Clayton Yates, PhD of Tuskegee University, will present on Epigenetic Drivers of Prostate and Breast Cancer in African Americans. Yates is the recent recipient of an $8.5 Million Minority Health Disparities Research Grant.

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, we celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the BOR Journal!


As you await the special anniversary issue in a few days, take a look back at some of the articles from May.


 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