Each year, at the Society for the Study of Reproduction (SSR) Annual Meeting, scientists and students in the fields of basic and applied reproductive biology come together in a forum of active discussion and learning, presenting data, discovering the latest information in their field, and meeting fellow scientists.
The SSR Annual Meeting provides an opportunity for organizations and individuals to showcase their products and services and to support and encourage research in the fields of human and animal reproductive biology. SSR invites you and/or your organization to:
exhibit at SSR 2018
sponsor a social event; or
provide funds in support of the scientific program.
Exhibitors have direct contact with approximately 1,200 research scientists, medical doctors, postdoctoral fellows, and graduate students in the field of reproductive biology. Delegates from five continents participate in a forum of active discussion and learning; they present data, discover the latest information in their field, and collaborate with fellow scientists.
This is an exceptional opportunity to showcase your organization's latest technology, products, programs, and services to a highly engaged group of researchers and clinicians.
An average of 1,200 delegates from all over the globe attend the SSR Annual Meeting each year. SSR has more than 2,000 active members, including physicians, veterinarians, and basic researchers who have made key contributions to discoveries in stem cell biology, transgenesis, infertility treatment, contraception, livestock
production, pregnancy health, reproductive system cancer research, and identification of environmental contaminants relative to human and animal health.
SSR is an association of scientists and physicians interested in research in reproduction. Some are engaged in basic or applied research, while others perform clinical practice, but all are dedicated to advancing knowledge of reproductive processes in animals and in humans.
The Society for the Study of Reproduction (SSR) was founded in 1967 to promote the study of reproduction by fostering interdisciplinary communication among scientists, holding conferences, and publishing meritorious studies. The Society is governed by an eight-member Board of Directors, as well as six officers, eleven standing committees, and four ad hoc committees.
Ethics and the Future of Reproduction
Professor I. Glenn Cohen is one of the world's leading experts on the intersection of bioethics (sometimes also called "medical ethics") and the law, as well as health law. He also teaches civil procedure. From Seoul to Krakow to Vancouver, Professor Cohen has spoken at legal, medical, and industry conferences around the world and his work has appeared in or been covered on PBS, NPR, ABC, CNN, MSNBC, Mother Jones, the New York Times, the New Republic, the Boston Globe, and several other media venues.
He was the youngest professor on the faculty at Harvard Law School (tenured or untenured) both when he joined the faculty in 2008 (at age 29) and when he was tenured as a full professor in 2013 (at age 34), though not the youngest in history.
Professor Cohen's current projects relate to big data, health information technologies, mobile health, reproduction/reproductive technology, research ethics, organ transplantation, rationing in law and medicine, health policy, FDA law, translational medicine, and to medical tourism – the travel of patients who are residents of one country, the "home country," to another country, the "destination country," for medical treatment.