Information on submitting abstracts/videos and presenting at the ASRM Annual Meeting
Applications are being sought for the position of EmbryoMail Moderator. Responsibilities will include reviewing and editing EmbryoMail correspondence on a daily basis, compiling outgoing postings and moderating online discussions. The position is anticipated to require 1-2 hours per week and appointment will be for three (3) years, January 1, 2016 to December 31, 2018. ASRM will provide an annual stipend of $5,000. In addition, the EmbryoMail Moderator will receive complimentary registration for the Annual Meeting Scientific and Postgraduate Programs.
The ASRM eLearn® Embryology Certificate course is your one-stop, comprehensive training source for online embryology education.
The Arnold P. Gold Foundation Humanism in Medicine Award for Practicing Physicians honors an ASRM member who as a practicing physician has best demonstrated the ideals of compassionate and respectful care for a patient’s physical and emotional well-being.
This award recognizes a member of the American Society for Reproductive Medicine who has made outstanding contributions to clinical or basic research in reproduction published during the previous 10 years. The recipient will have demonstrated sustained long-term commitment to advancing the frontiers of research in reproductive sciences and educating future scholars in the field.
The Ira and Ester Rosenwaks New Investigator Award recognizes a member of ASRM who has made outstanding contributions to clinical or basic research in reproductive sciences published within 10 years after receiving the doctoral degree or completing residency training.
The Kavoussi Family Outstanding Teacher Award honors an ASRM member who
is recognized as an outstanding educator in undergraduate, graduate,
postgraduate, professional or patient education in the area of basic
and/or clinical reproductive biology and medicine.
Each year ASRM honors one or more individuals or organizations that have provided distinguished service to ASRM. Recipients are selected based on their scientific, leadership, organizational, political or societal service contributions to ASRM, reproductive medicine and/or reproductive medicine patients. As many of you know by now, the NIH has revised its policy on resubmission of applications (http://grants.nih.gov/grants/guide/notice-files/NOT-OD-14-074.html ).
The Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development at the National Institutes of Health has issued announcements for two new funding opportunities involving research on the long-term outcomes of assisted reproductive technologies.
These funding opportunity announcements (FOA) encourage the extramural scientific community to submit applications to study potential long-term health and developmental outcomes of Assisted Reproductive Technologies (ART) and Non-IVF Fertility Treatments (NIFT).
Visit the ASRM Career Center at http://careers.asrm.org