Register for Advocacy Academy Today

Please join RESOLVE, the American Society for Reproductive Medicine (ASRM), expert advocates, and professionals from the family-building community for a two-part training series on how to engage with your lawmakers and make an impact. These training sessions will include breakout sessions, panels, networking, and games!

Please take a 5-minute survey about your career in reproductive medicine.

As part of its current strategic plan, ASRM is undergoing an assessment to understand how careers in reproductive medicine are shaped, including the most likely paths to specialized careers in reproductive medicine and career decision points. This assessment will allow us to better reach and provide resources for trainees who will potentially specialize in reproductive medicine, as well as members at all levels of career development.

ASRM Thanks YOU!

As 2021 comes to an end, we want to thank our members and friends, like you, for supporting the ASRM mission. Because of you, we have continued to impact the field of reproductive medicine despite the challenges that we have all faced over the past two years. ASRM has delivered innovative educational programming, funded vital research, and advocated for the issues most important to our members and the patients we serve.

As we head into the new year, ASRM is counting on you to help drive innovations and promote the field of reproductive medicine.

NICHD Website Seeks to Foster Contraceptive and Infertility Research

A new website offers reproductive health researchers a way to search for genes, proteins, and other molecules that could provide the basis for studies to develop new contraceptive methods and infertility treatments. The Contraceptive Infertility Target Database (CITDBase) is a free public resource developed by the Contraceptive Development Program in the NICHD’s Division of Intramural Population Health Research.

ASRM 2021 COVID-19 Safety Protocol

During the COVID-19 pandemic, ASRM recognizes that the opportunity and comfort level to attend ASRM 2021 will vary from person to person. We are pleased to offer both in-person and on-demandÔÇ»options in order to allow everyone to choose their preferred way to participate.

ASRM Research Institute Large Grant Cycle Opens August 2, 2021

The ASRM Research Institute large grant ($50,000 per year or greater) application cycle opens August 2, 2021. We invite investigators to develop research proposals addressing fundamental questions of major clinical significance to reproductive medicine. Investigators with a doctorate degree (MD, MD/PhD, PhD, ScD or equivalent), who meet eligibility, with expertise in reproductive health and science are encouraged to apply. A letter of intent, notifying ASRM of your interest in submitting a full proposal, is due on Nov 1st, 2021, and the full proposal is due by 4pm EST on February 15th, 2022.  To view eligibility criteria, funding priority areas, and grant timelines and guidelines please visit our website.
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