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
Membership Renewal
Renew your 2018 SSR Membership before March 1 st to have uninterrupted direct access to the Biology of Reproduction journal and the member directory – both of which are located under the MY SSR member portal. To renew your 2018 membership, please visit www.ssr.org, login and select the MY SSR tab on the homepage. The Renew Membership button will direct you to the invoice to pay online (if you need assistance, email membership@ssr.org). All SSR memberships expired on December 31, 2017.
 
We welcome all membership types to renew online: Regular $240; Associate $70; Post-Doc Trainee $70; and Pre-Doc Trainee $55. In 2018, the publication requirements for Regular membership and the sponsorship of an SSR Member requirement for all member types have been eliminated. For Trainees, the Mentor and/or Major Professor Signature Form is still required to verify your status.
Changing your member type? If so, please email membership@ssr.org the change of status form so the record can be changed to allow online renewal.
Forgot your SSR login? Due to an upgrade in databases, new logins were created and emailed in November.

Email membership@ssr.org to request your new login.
 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.

Upcoming Events
Annual Meeting Prospectus
Join us at the SSR Annual Meeting and be a part of the SSR sponsorship community. Click here for more information.
Biology of Reproduction
An Interview with Katrin Hinrichs Read More
An Interview with Dr. John Kerr (Jock) Findlay Read more
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