The 51st Annual Meeting is Approaching
Early registration may be over, but you can still sign up to attend the 51st Annual Meeting from July 10-13 in New Orleans!

This years' theme, “Pathways to Discovery: Signals for Reproduction, Development, and Longevity,” will have an outstanding 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.

To learn more about this years' program, or to register,  click here.
Help Us Craft Our Vision & Mission
Members of SSR have a unique opportunity to share their voice in the way SSR continues to grow. We're in the process of rewriting our Vision and Mission Statements, and want your opinion.

Members can use this link to voice their opinion.

Not a member? See below for how you can renew your membership.
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   for assistance.
Career Counseling Center at the Annual Meeting
During the 51st Annual Meeting, Trainees will be operating an onsite Career Center where trainees can receive personalized one-on-one feedback on their CV, cover letter or career path. 

Click here   to schedule an appointment and to review the biosketches of the experienced experts who will staff the center:
  • Joanna Burdett, PhD, University of Illinois at Chicago
  • Gaurang Daftary, MBA, Ferring Pharmaceuticals
  • Barry Hinton, PhD, University of Virginia
  • Sara McNamara, PhD, Oxford University Press
  • Patricia Morris, PhD, Rockefeller University
  • Lori Raetzman, PhD, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
  • Susan Nagel, PhD, University of Missouri
  • Shuo Xiao, University of South Carolina
  • Humphrey Yao, PhD, NIEHS.

If you have any questions, Katie Chiang, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, is the coordinator and can be reached at .
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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