Dear SRF Members,
Society for Reproductive Biology meeting 2021 – Melbourne, Australia
In the spirit of international collaboration, the SRF works alongside and mutually supports its sister Societies around the World. Testimony to this are the annual established exchange lecture agreements between the SRF and the Society for Reproductive Biology (SRB: Australia/New Zealand) and the Society for the Study of Reproduction (SSR: USA). These jointly supported initiatives allow the SRF post-doctoral prize winner to present their paper at the SRB while the SRB New Investigator prize winner presents at the SRF satellite day/Joint Fertility meeting. Similarly, the SRF New Investigator prize winner presents at the SSR while the equivalent SSR prize winner presents at the SRF satellite day/Joint Fertility meeting.
Over the years, these arrangements have facilitated the delivery of excellent prize winning presentations at our respective society annual conferences. As an extension of this arrangement, we have also agreed to promote our respective annual meetings. Please see below a message from the SRB Programme Organising Committee.
Please find below a message from the SRB Program Organising Committee:
Dear SRF members,
The Society for Reproductive Biology (SRB), your Australian/New Zealand equivalent, are holding our annual meeting in conjunction with the Endocrine Society of Australia (ESA) and the Australian New Zealand Bone Mineral Society (ANZBMS) in Melbourne, Australia from Nov 21-24. The meeting will run face-to-face, and we are also offering virtual registration for those who cannot travel to Australia. We welcome participation from our international friends and colleagues and are excited to already have Jorge Lopez-Tello and Gillian Johnson presenting SRF/SRB exchange lectures.
Abstract submissions are open now and the usual 6-months of membership to be eligible for prizes has been removed for this year – you just need to be a SRB member at the time of abstract submission.
Please follow the link below to submit your abstracts and participate in our vibrant meeting.
Regards, the SRB Program Organising Committee co-chairs,
Tu’uhevaha Kaitu’u-Lino, Andrew Pask and John Schjenken