Foote RH. Science, scientists, and society. Madison, WI: Society for the Study of Reproduction; 2007:1-6.
Lin YN, Matzuk MM. Identification of reproductive genes by gene targeting strategies. Madison, WI: Society for the Study of Reproduction; 2005:1-9.
Rothchild I. Induction, deduction, and the scientific method: an eclectic overview of the practice of science. Madison, WI: Society for the Study of Reproduction; 2006:1-13.
Biology of Reproduction (BOR) is the official journal of the Society for the Study of Reproduction (SSR) and publishes original research on a broad range of topics in the field of reproductive biology, as well as minireviews on topics of current importance or controversy. With an impact factor of 4.027 (5-year impact factor: 4.139; cited half-life, >10.0. ISI 2012 JCR Science Edition, June 2013), BOR is consistently one of the most highly cited journals publishing original research in the field of reproductive biology.
On the BOR website, readers can browse current or past issues, find and save relevant articles, or subscribe to Table of Contents alerts or RSS feeds. Authors and reviewers can identify the current Editors, read and download BOR's Information for Authors and Reviewers, and access the manuscript processing system.
In July 2004, this 44-minute documentary was produced by Patricia Hoyer, Ph.D., and Craig Highberger during the 37th Annual Meeting at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, Canada. Featuring interviews with many of the individuals responsible for SSR's creation, this is history laced with poignant memories and spiced with humor. In their own words, these remarkable men and women bring our history to life—starting, incidentally, with the contentious debate over what to name the new organization. This documentary does justice to SSR's well-deserved reputation for enhancing the scope and integrity of reproductive research.
Hoyer P, Highberger C. SSR: The Generation of a Legacy. Society for the Study of Reproduction 2005.
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