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SSR represents and advocates for scientists conducting basic and translational research in the fields of reproduction, fertility, and development. SSR members have made key contributions to the fields of stem cell biology, genetic engineering, infertility, contraception, livestock production, pregnancy, women’s health, endangered species, reproductive cancers, and environmental contaminants affecting reproductive processes. For information on SSR contact info@ssr.org

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SSR Members receive discounts to the Annual Meeting, free access to the Society's journal, Biology of Reproduction, reduced submission fees for papers published in BOR, and more!

Being a part of the SSR community will give you an environment that is dedicated to aiding the development of reproductive researchers of the future.

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Join the SSR Community where you can engage with your peers on all topics in the field of reproduction. Share resources, ask advice, provide feedback on an article. The opportunities are endless. No additional login required – just use your SSR portal details.

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