Last Chance to Vote!
 TODAY is the last day to cast your vote for this years' SSR officers and directors.

Voting takes less than a minute, is anonymous, and secure. Just follow the link from your email (ballot was sent from and cast your vote!

Please submit your ballot before 11:59pm ET.

For mem bers who are missing a ballot, please contact

Learn more about the candidates here.
Pre-Meeting Ovarian Workshop
Before we kick off the 51st Annual Meeting , join us on Monday, July 9, for our pre-meeting Ovarian Workshop where we will discuss biology of ovarian aging and the potential role of environmental factors within this context. The workshop offers the opportunity to network with attendees from pharmaceutical and biotech companies, clinical fertility centers, and academia. 

The agenda includes compelling keynotes, engaging panels and networking opportunities, luncheons, and festive events during the evening.

We will also be hosting the annual fun run, a cause to raise money for the Larry Ewing Memorial Trainee Travel Fund. You don't have to run to support! Find a member  fundraising page and make a donation.

Reserve your room toda y to get the special SSR Annual Meeting discount. The early booking discount ends June 12th.

To learn more about this years' program, or to register, click here.
Trainee-Mentor Luncheon at the SSR Annual Meeting
Looking for insights and advice about your research, future career path or work-life balance? Just want to talk science with an expert? Don’t miss this opportunity to converse with an established or emerging leader in Reproductive Biology over a catered lunch!

Be sure to select the luncheon w hen you register for the SSR Annual Meeting . If you have already registered and did not select the Mentor Luncheon, you may still sign-up by emailing .
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:

Leydig cell genes change their expression and association with polysomes in a stage-specific manner in the adult mouse testis.

 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