The Society sponsors the following awards which recognize outstanding contributions to the science of reproductive biology:
Carl G. Hartman Award
(supported by a grant from Cook Medical)
Named for a distinguished reproductive biologist, it is the Society’s highest award. It recognizes a career of research and scholarly activities in the reproductive biology field. The nominee does not have to be a member of the Society.
This award recognizes an active, regular member of the Society for outstanding research published during the previous six years.
This award recognizes an individual who has demonstrated unselfish service and leadership in advancing the discipline of reproductive biology.
SSR New Investigator Award
(supported by the Virendra B. Mahesh SSR New Investigator Fund)
This award recognizes an active, regular member of the Society for outstanding research completed and published within 12 years after receiving the Ph.D. or other equivalent professional degree.
SSR Trainee Mentoring Award
(supported by a grant from the Montréal Reproductive Centre and the SSR Trainee Mentor Fund)
This award recognizes an active, regular member of the Society who as a mentor has had a significant impact on trainees within the SSR. The Trainee Mentoring Award is intended for individuals who exceed the basic roles of an academic advisor, becoming a mentor to those with whom they interact.
In conjunction with SSR’s Annual Meeting, Trainee members are invited to compete for: