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Technology Committee

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This committee assesses the potential effectiveness and feasibility of new technologies to improve the ability of the Society to accomplish its mission and strategic objectives.

Members:
  • Lowell Ku, MD
  • John Preston Parry, MD
  • Carli Chapman, BS
  • Ye Yuan, PhD
  • Christine Allen, PhD
  • Daniella Gilboa, MSc
  • Kate Schoyer, MD
  • David Schirmer, MD
  • James Hotaling, MD
  • Bruce Pier, MD
  • Alejandro Chavez-Badiola, MD

Committees

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Coding Committee

This committee develops resources for reproductive medicine and coding professionals to aid with reimbursement and correct coding of procedures.  Learn more about the ASRM Coding Committee
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Continuing Medical Education Committee

This committee promotes competency and professional performance for ASRM members through credentialed education in compliance with the ACCME.  Learn more about the ASRM CME Committee
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Development Committee

This committee assists the ASRM Board of Directors, Executive Director, and ASRM Fund Development Director in fundraising efforts. Learn more about the ASRM Development Committee
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Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) Committee

This committee promotes a culture of continued and unambiguous commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion within ASRM. Learn more about the ASRM Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Committee
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Education Committee

This committee develops, coordinates, implements, and promotes educational activities for learners across the field of reproductive medicine. Learn more about the ASRM Education Committee
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Ethics Committee

This committee considers and develops documents regarding ethical issues that are relevant and important to reproductive health and medicine. Learn more about the ASRM Ethics Committee
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Global Health Committee

This committee promotes educational and advocacy opportunities for the ASRM. Learn more about the ASRM Global Health Committee
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Membership Committee

This committee supports the work of the Member Services Department by assisting in the development of membership initiatives. Learn more about the ASRM Membership Committee
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Mentorship Committee

This committee supports the development of an organized network of reproductive health mentors across the career lifespan. Learn more about the ASRM Mentorship Committee
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Patient Education Committee

This committee develops and facilitates education for patients and the lay public.  Learn more about the ASRM Patient Education Committee
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Practice Committee

This committee promotes a culture of evidence-based practice within ASRM and the medical community by developing clinical practice guidelines. Learn more about the ASRM Practice Committee
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Volunteer with ASRM

Volunteering with the American Society for Reproductive Medicine (ASRM) is a rewarding experience! Here are three benefits of volunteering with ASRM: 

  1. Supporting the reproductive health community: By volunteering your time and skills, you can make a meaningful difference in the lives of others, including patients struggling with infertility, health care providers, and the reproductive health community as a whole. 
  1. Advancing your career: Volunteering with ASRM can help you develop new skills, build your CV, and make professional connections. 
  1. Building connections and relationships: Volunteering with ASRM can provide you with the opportunity to meet and network with others who are passionate about the field of reproductive medicine. 
We engage volunteers of all ages, geographical locations, areas of expertise and interest, and stages of practice, from students to seasoned professionals. 

Fill out
this volunteer interest survey
with your interests and availability. Have your resume or CV handy—it’s the first question on the survey.  

Go to the Volunteer Form