38th Annual Meeting
Society for the Study of Reproduction
July 24–27, 2005
Quebec City, Quebec, Canada
(Hosted by Centre de Recherche en Biologie de la Reproduction, Université Laval)
The emphasis of this meeting is to provide opportunities for close communication and informal discussion on the topic of reproductive biology. The Society welcomes reports of new basic or clinical research findings concerning reproduction, regardless of the species involved. Membership in SSR is not a prerequisite for submission of an abstract or attendance. CME Credits are available for physicians.
- General Information (.pdf)
Registration, events, sessions, accommodations, awards, schedule.
- 38th Annual Meeting Schedule and Planner:
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- Important Meeting Update (11 July 2005)
- Presentation Upload Site
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- Schedule of Events
- Scientific Program Booklet
- Invitation to Quebec
- Trainee Information
The 38th Annual Meeting of the Society for the Study of Reproduction will take place July 24–27, 2005, at the state-of-the-art Quebec City Convention Center, located in the heart of Quebec City, a beautiful old-world city vibrant with music, art, and culture.
- Hotel and Univ of Laval Dormitory information
- Invitation to Quebec
- Quebec meeting information
- Information for those visiting Canada
- Information for those travelling from and to the USA
The Local Arrangements Committee has reserved blocks of rooms at several hotels near the Quebec City Convention Center, site of the 2005 Annual Meeting, and in the dormitories at Laval University, about 20 minutes by car or by bus from the Convention Center. July is one of the most popular times of the year for tourism. We strongly suggest that you reserve your room as soon as possible.
Trainee Travel Grants
Larry Ewing Memorial Trainee Travel Fund
The Larry Ewing Memorial Trainee Travel Fund was established by the Society for the Study Reproduction in honor of the late Dr. Larry Ewing, who was an ardent supporter of SSR’s commitment to trainees. The Fund is administered by the Trainee Affairs Committee. Trainee members of the Society may request travel assistance. Funding is intended for trainees who active in research but have limited funds. Awards are considered a reimbursement. Trainees should preregister for the annual meeting before submitting an application for a travel grant. The application must be filled out completely and mailed or faxed no later than June 10, 2005.
To be a qualified applicant, you must be a trainee member of SSR (paid up by March 1, 2005 (deadline for submission of abstracts), and be the presenter of an accepted abstract at the Annual Meeting. The application must be accompanied by a photocopy of the SSR abstract acceptance notification (email or postcard). Applicants are encouraged to fax applications.
Travel Awards for Underrepresented Minority Trainees and Junior Faculty
(made possible by a grant from the Burroughs Wellcome Fund)
SSR is requesting and encouraging applications from underrepresented minority trainees and junior faculty to attend SSR’s annual meeting this summer in Quebec City, Canada. Each award will cover registration, housing in a single dormitory room, and up to $500 in air fare. Three minority trainees and two minority junior faculty will be selected to receive these awards. The deadline for applications is June 10, 2005.
The SSR Placement Service provides a vehicle for introducing potential candidates to potential employers seeking to fill predoctoral, postdoctoral, industrial, technical, and faculty positions. We do not attempt to match candidates with positions, nor do we arrange interviews. We do not maintain a file of CVs or formal job announcements. However, we are able to transfer position announcements posted at the Annual Meeting to the FASEB Career Resources online listing if requested. This service is free of charge. In addition, a message board is available at the SSR Annual Meeting for the exchange of information among users of the Placement Service.
- Download a copy of the form here.
Information for Exhibitors
Commercial exhibits will be located in Room 200ABC of the Quebec City Convention Center, adjacent to the poster displays. Exhibits will be open Monday and Tuesday from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m., on Wednesday from 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m., and at other times by appointment. To receive an exhibitor’s information packet, please contact the SSR Business Office, 1619 Monroe Street, Madison, WI 53711-2063 (tel: 608-256-2777; email: <email@example.com>).
- Exhibitor Pre-Registration Form (in US $)
- Exhibitor Pre-Registration Form (in Canadian $)
- Exhibitor Opportunities
- Exhibitor Schedule
SSR is actively seeking sponsors for scientific sessions, social events, general program support, and exhibitions. Join us at this exciting meeting and confirm your corporate commitment to the highest standards of research in reproductive biology.
Sponsors will be recognized in all announcements for the meeting, in the program book, and on prominently displayed signs outside the meeting and event rooms. As a vendor, you will have face-to-face contact with the people who have the purchasing authority for your products and services. Please know that we will be happy to work with you should you wish to sponsor an event, bring an exhibit, or send materials to our annual meeting this summer. For details contact the SSR Business Office, 1619 Monroe Street, Madison, WI 53711-2063 (tel: 608-256-2777; email: <firstname.lastname@example.org>).
Please contact the SSR Business Office at 608-256-2777 or on site at the Registration Area if you require assistance getting to or from any of the sessions or events, or need special dietary or physical accommodation at any of the events or sessions. SSR is happy to accommodate any attendee who needs assistance to ensure that all attendees are able to participate in the meeting.