Society for Reproductive Investigation (SRI) Receives Three-Year Award from the Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health & Human Development (NICHD)

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The R13 Grant Program through NICHD will support the SRI Annual Scientific Meeting in 2018, 2019 and 2020.

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Society for Reproductive Investigation (SRI) is excited to announce receiving this important National Institutes of Health (NIH) award, which will help fund Travel Awards and a Distinguished Lecturer for the 2018, 2019 and 2020 Annual Meetings.

Society for Reproductive Investigation (SRI) is excited to announce receiving this important National Institutes of Health (NIH) award, which will help fund Travel Awards and a Distinguished Lecturer for the 2018, 2019 and 2020 Annual Meetings. SRI’s 2019 Annual Meeting will be held in Paris, France in March, and its 2020 Annual Scientific Meeting will be held in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. An overall objective is to continue the legacy of excellent SRI Annual Meetings and to perpetuate the environment in which trainees, young investigators, and senior scientists can present their work and exchange ideas. Attendees come from 35 countries around the globe.

The R13 Conference Grant provides limited support for high quality scientific meetings, workshops, symposia and conferences within the Areas of Research supported by NICHD, as well as with other departments. This grant will provide a total of $18,000, or $6,000 per year, to support SRI’s Annual Meetings.

The SRI meeting strives to fulfill the goals set forth by the NIH Roadmap Initiative by fostering cross-fertilization of techniques, hypotheses, and translational investigation. The SRI 66th Annual Scientific Meeting will be held in Paris, France from March 12 -16, 2019, with the theme “From Innovation to Impact”. The SRI meeting is conducted in an atmosphere conducive to frank yet amicable scientific discourse, which occurs in plenary sessions, mini-symposia, workshops, posters, and dedicated career development sessions for young investigators.

The Society for Reproductive Investigation (SRI), which was founded in 1953 and currently has 964 members, is the world’s premier professional association of researchers and clinicians in the field of reproductive biology and medicine. The mission of SRI and purpose of its annual meeting is to advance reproductive and women’s health care through outstanding basic, translational, and clinical science and to train and mentor future generations of investigators.

SRI members and meeting attendees represent many research areas including obstetrics, perinatology, reproductive genetics, gynecology, gynecologic oncology, reproductive endocrinology, reproductive physiology, biochemistry, pharmacology, immunology, epidemiology, reproductive infectious disease and reproductive stem cell and developmental biology.

For more information, please contact the SRI Office at: info(at)sri-online(dot)org or
(414) 918-9888.

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