Mt. Soledad. War memorial, established in 1916, has a spectacular 360-degree view of San Diego. Home to the late Theodore Seuss Geisel (better known as Dr. Seuss), Mount Soledad has become a popular cycling, hiking, and birdwatching area.
"Environmental, Nutritional, and Genetic Factors Affecting Reproduction" is the focus of the upcoming Environment and Reproductive Science Summit co-hosted by SSR, the American Society for Reproductive Medicine, and the Society for Reproductive Biologists and Technologists.
Register now for this meeting, which will be held Saturday, 5 March 2016, and Sunday morning, 6 March 2016, at the Dallas/Fort Worth Airport Marriot Hotel.
The festive season has snuck up on us yet again. As President of SSR, I am pleased to offer my best wishes for the holidays to all SSR members and supporters. I wish the best 2016 to all of you: may your research program thrive, may your experiments work, and may your best manuscripts be published in Biology of Reproduction.
The Society for the Study of Reproduction (SSR) invites you to submit an abstract for presentation at SSR 2016. The SSR Program Committee welcomes abstracts reporting new basic, clinical, and/or translational research findings concerning reproduction. Click here for the rules governing submission of abstracts and an overview of the submission process; then visit the abstract submission site to submit your abstract!
The Board of Directors of the Society for the Study of Reproduction (SSR) is seeking applicants for Editors-in-Chief of Biology of Reproduction. The term of service will begin 1 January 2018 and end 31 December 2021.
Although 2019 may seem like a long way off to many of you, the Future Meetings Committee is actively engaged in making the SSR 2019 Annual Meeting an excellent experience! But we need your help.
As you may have seen in the most recent Newsletter, four sites are up for consideration: San Jose, CA; Portland, OR; Spokane, WA; and Seattle, WA. As we work toward narrowing the field, it has become clear that each site presents significant pros and cons. Thus, we seek additional input from SSR's members regarding the candidate cities.
The American Society for Reproductive Medicine’s 2015 meeting was recently held in Baltimore, Maryland, 17–21 October. The 2015 SSR New Investigator Awardee, Haifan Lin of Yale University, was in attendance to deliver the annual SSR Exchange Lecture. The session was moderated by Dr. Lin's department chair, Hugh Taylor. Great job!
The Society sponsors five major awards, which recognize outstanding contributions to the science of reproductive biology. The Awards Committee encourages SSR members to exercise the privilege of membership by nominating individuals for these awards. The five major awards presented annually are:
Nominations of candidates for the offices of Vice President-Elect and Secretary, and for two members of the Board of Directors, are now being accepted from SSR Regular Members. The success of our Society depends on the enthusiasm and willingness of members to participate in its governance. By nominating candidates and electing Officers and Directors, members have the privilege and opportunity to help shape the leadership and future direction of our Society.