For International SSR Members
The SSR has invited several notable international societies from under-represented groups to become Affiliate Members with SSR. This membership category is offered to individuals who are members of SSR-partner societies. This list of international partner societies is provided below. Individuals of these international societies who do not wish to become full members of SSR may become affiliate members.
Affiliate SSR membership offers the following benefits:
- Direct access to the SSR online community (member portal)
- Access to SSR e-newsletters and other electronic messages
- Early notification of call for abstracts and awards
- Listing in the SSR searchable member directory
*Affiliate SSR membership does not offer additional benefits of a regular member, which include discounts for publication in Biology of Reproduction, discounts for annual meeting fees, and the privilege to nominate, vote and hold office and serve on committees.
|| $50.00 USD
|Affiliate Trainee (Post-Doctoral & Pre-Doctoral)
|| $20.00 USD
Brazilian Embryo Transfer Society (SBTE)
The SBTE conferences cover a broad range of science and technology topics, including: in vivo cattle models, animal welfare, in vitro production of bovine embryos, oocyte and embryo quality, sperm selection techniques, cryopreservation and international embryo trade.
Society for Reproductive Biology and Comparative Endocrinology (SRBCE)
SRBCE is one of the oldest Society of Comparative Endocrinology and Reproductive Biology. The SRBCE is one of the most regular, vibrant scientific societies in India.
Asia Pacific Initiative on Reproduction (ASPIRE)
ASPIRE is a unique task force of clinicians and scientists involved in the management of fertility and Assisted Reproductive Technology (ART). ASPIRE aims to promote awareness of infertility and ART, and to improve infertility-related services in the Asia-Pacific region.
Society for Reproduction and Development (SRD)
This Society was established in 1948 to encourage the study of reproductive biology in wild, domestic, laboratory, and companion animals. Members of this society have played a key role in developing techniques for artificial insemination, fertilized egg transfer, and in vitro fertilization to increase the productivity of animals. Currently, members are actively involved in developing new technologies, such as transgenic techniques and cloned animals. They are also involved in endocrine disruptor research.
Japanese Society for Reproductive Medicine (JSRM)
The objective of the Society is to publish research results, exchange of knowledge, provide information of basic and clinical research concerning reproduction of human beings and domesticated animals, for the development of academic studies and contribution to the welfare of human beings.
Canadian Fertility & Andrology Society (CFAS)
The CFAS is a multidisciplinary national non-profit Society that serves as the voice of reproductive specialists, scientists, and allied health professionals working in the field of Assisted Reproduction in Canada. The mission of the CFAS is to responsibly advance reproductive science and medicine in Canada through leadership, research and guidance.
International Embryo Technology Society (IETS)
The International Embryo Technology Society (formerly the International Embryo Transfer Society) was formed in 1974 in Denver, Colorado, USA, to serve as a professional forum for the exchange of information among practitioners, scientists, educators, regulatory officials, livestock breeders, suppliers of drugs and equipment, and students. The purpose of the IETS is to further the science of animal embryo technology by promoting more effective research, disseminating scientific and educational information, fostering high standards of education, maintaining high standards of ethics, and cooperating with other organizations that have similar objectives.
The Society for Reproductive Biology (SRB)
The Society for Reproductive Biology is a not-for-profit organization that fosters and promotes basic and applied research in all aspects of reproductive biology. The goals of the membership include, improving human health, contraceptive development, the diagnosis and treatment of the full spectrum of reproductive disease, improved agriculture productivity and conservation biology. We welcome members whose research intersects with any aspect of reproduction and fertility. The society was established in 1968 and today comprises almost 400 members. Our members include research scientists, under-graduate and graduate students, clinical scientists, a range of physicians, veterinarians, conservation biologists, a wide range of academics and agricultural researchers. Learn more here!