• SSR 2017 Meeting

    SSR 2017 Meeting

    13–16 July, 2017—Washington, D.C.

  • SSR Videos

    SSR Videos

    Videos of presentations presented at SSR meetings as far back as 2011.

  • Golden Anniversary Fundraising Campaign

    Golden Anniversary Fundraising Campaign

    An opportunity to maintain and enhance the SSR over the next 50 years!

  • 2017 Membership Renewal

    2017 Membership Renewal

    Take time to renew your membership today!

  • 2017 Meeting Registration

    2017 Meeting Registration

    Register by 24 May for discounted rates!

The Society for the Study of Reproduction

The mission of the SSR is to advance scientific knowledge by promoting outstanding research and training in reproductive sciences and to protect and preserve human and animal reproductive health.

The Society

SSR was founded in 1967 to promote the study of reproduction by fostering interdisciplinary communication among scientists, holding conferences, and publishing meritorious studies.

2017 Annual Meeting - Boating on the Tidal Basin

2017 Annual Meeting

​“50 Years of Research: Looking Back and Moving Forward”

The meeting will be held in Washington, D.C., 13–16 July 2017.


SSR is an association of scientists and physicians dedicated to advancing knowledge of reproductive processes in animals and in humans.

News and Public Affairs

Keep on top of Society news and deadlines, member updates, and recommended resources.

BOR Photo

Biology of Reproduction

SSR promotes the study of reproduction through its official journal, BOR, which publishes new studies, reviews, and commentary on important advances in the field.

Awards & Honors

The Society sponsors five major awards and two Trainee research awards that recognize outstanding contributions to the science of reproductive biology.


SSR's Trainee Members include undergraduate students, graduate students, postdoctoral fellows, M.D.s, and D.V.M.s engaged in research training in reproductive biology and closely related fields.


Contributions from Members and friends are used in their entirety to support the programs through which the Society pursues its objectives.