New partnership between ISE and SSR (Society for the Study of Reproduction)
To build strong & sustainable partnerships with members, affiliates & wider stakeholders to achieve common global goals related to the field of endocrinology has always been one of ISE’s main priorities. That is why we are happy to announce that with the beginning of the new year ISE added a new partner to its valuable global network and that partner is The Society for the Study of Reproduction.
Who are SSR?
The Society for the Study of Reproduction (SSR) represents scientists and physicians committed to advancing the field of reproductive biology. Founded in 1967 to promote the study of reproduction, SSR has been fostering interdisciplinary communication, convening researchers at our annual conference, and publishing meritorious studies. SSR membership now spans nearly 50 countries around the world.
Advance the Science of Reproduction, Fertility, and Development for the Benefit of Humans and Animals
A Sustainable World Through the Science of Reproduction, Fertility, and Development
Holding annual meetings at which scientists present data, learn the latest information in their field, and meet fellow scientists.
Publishing Biology of Reproduction (BOR), the number one journal in this area of research.
Informing its members of current political issues related to science: research funding, animal use, ethics, etc.
Speaking for its members at the national level, primarily through its association with the Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology (FASEB).
How ISE and SSR will cooperate in the future?
The two societies will collaborate in many and different spheres including education, global advocacy and participation in society meetings. Joint Education efforts will be made to promote and create standard trainings, guidelines and courses and curricula related to reproduction and endocrinology. Campaigns and/or strategic alliances and statements engaging reproduction management and endocrinology at global level will be considered with actors such as the NCD Alliance, WHO and any other actor active in global health. Last but not least the two societies will cooperate to share important content and topics with their members in order to help each other advance endocrinology and reproduction management worldwide.
If you would like to partner with ISE, please do not hesitate to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
To find out more about our new partner you can visit the webpage of the society on the following link https://www.ssr.org/home