SSR Reflects

All blogs listed here are written by members of the SSR Community 

MAY 5

Meet Dr. Ryuzo Yanagimachi
Written by Laura Schultz in celebration of AAPI Month
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APRIL 6

Meet Dawit Tesfaye, Ph.D.
Written by Laura Schultz as part of the #blackinrepro discussion
Read it here


MARCH 24

Meet Dr. Kamilah Grant
Written by Karen Schindler as part of the Women's History Month Highlights
Read it here


MARCH 17

Meet Dr. Folamei Ideraabdullah
Written by Karen Schindler as part of the Women's History Month Highlights
Interview by Laura Schulz as part of the #blackinrepro discussion
Read it here


MARCH 10

Meet Elizabeth Snyder
Written by Karen Schindler as part of the Women's History Month Highlights
Read it here


MARCH 3

Meet Sue Hammoud, Ph.D
Written by Karen Schindler as part of the Women's History Month Highlights
Read it here


FEBRUARY 18

Remembering Dr. Jackson Nteeba
Written by Aileen Keating 
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FEBRUARY 4

Why I Study Non-Model Organisms
By Rachel Wilson, PhD, Oregon National Primate Research Center
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DECEMBER 10

General Expectations/Experiences of a Post-Doctoral ResearcheR
By Jane Fenelon, PhD, post-doc at University of Melbourne 
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Managing Family and Work: Graduate Student and Mentor Perspectives
By Jennifer Wood and Alison Ermisch
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NOVEMBER 18

Large animal models, a necessary and respected tool to study human pregnancies
By Agata Parsons Aubone, DVM
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NIH Loan Repayment Program (LRP)
By Dr. Mathew Dean
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Interview with SSR President, Franco DeMayo
By Alexandra Snider, Rachel West, and Andrew Kelleher
Read it here.


SARS-CoV-2 and pregnancy: Can the novel coronavirus cross the placental barrier? 

By Rachel West
Read it here 



Recognizing Black in STEM
The SSR Trainees and Diversity Committee decided to reach out to some outstanding African Americans in reproductive science at various stages of their careers. Be sure to follow along on Twitter @SSR_Trainees for the latest recognitions!


Meet the WinRS: Interviews
As SSR trainees and women, we decided to reach out to some outstanding women in science at various stages of their careers.