SSR Holds Meeting in Cincinnati
Published June 2003
The Society for the Study of Reproduction (SSR) will
host their 36th Annual Meeting July 19-22 at the Hilton Netherland
Plaza Hotel, the Millenium Hotel and the Albert B. Sabin Convention
Center in Cincinnati. This year's meeting, which is expected to welcome
over 1300 reproductive biologists and trainees, is sponsored by UC and
the Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Garden, with support from the UC
College of Medicine.
Robert M.L. Winston of the Imperial College School of
Medicine, London, England, will focus on the current status of assisted
reproductive technologies in his keynote speech titled "IVF/ART:
Progress and Concerns." A President's Symposium will focus on the
impact of environment on reproductive health. S.K. Dey, Vanderbilt
University Medical Center; Paolo Sassone-Corsi, Institut de Genetique
et de Biologie Moleculaire et Cullulairel, Strasbourg, France; and
Benita S. Ktzenellenbogen of the University of Illinois at
Urbana-Champaign will present state-of-the-art lectures on molecular,
genetic and cellular aspects of reproductive health.
Early pre-registration for the event is due June 6.
Hotel reservations must be made by June 27 and regular pre-registration
is due by July 3.
For further information or to register, visit www.ssr.org.