2020 Annual Meeting Sponsorship Opportunities

We invite you to join us in supporting the future of scientific research by taking part in the SSR 53nd Annual Meeting Reproductive Biology: Solutions for Adult Disease. Through your financial support, meeting sponsorship, or exhibit at the 2020 Annual Meeting, your organization will become a visible partner in fostering the SSR’s mission to promote cross-disciplinary approaches to the critical study of reproductive biology. Event support (unrestricted educational grants for the scientific program) or sponsorship provides valuable assistance to SSR by offsetting the costs of the meeting, while providing high visibility to supportive companies and organizations. Read more...

Ovarian Workshop: Developmental Origins of Ovarian Diseases (Separate Registration Fee)

The purpose of the workshop is to bring together experts in the area of ovarian biology and engage SSR attendees in various topics that will range from germline development to clinical translational research in ovarian dysfunction. Learn More

Agricultural Applications Symposia: Novel Reproductive Biology Investigations in Domestic Livestock (Separate Registration Fee). 

Focusing on basic and clinically applied translational studies using domestic livestock, this symposium will include talks on innovative methods, a poster session for individuals conducting research in this area, and the opportunity to interact with those working in the agriculture industry. Learn More 

Member Benefits

SSR Members receive discounts to the Annual Meeting, free access to the Society's journal, Biology of Reproduction, reduced submission fees for papers published in BOR, and more!

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Journal Access

m_cover.pngBiology 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 mini-reviews on topics of current importance or controversy.

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SSR Community

Join the SSR Community where you can engage with your peers on all topics in the field of reproduction. Share resources, ask advice, provide feedback on an article. The opportunities are endless. No additional login required – just use your SSR portal details.

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