The American Society for 

Reproductive Immunology 

At the end of the meeting, all participants should be able to:

• Evaluate epigenetics and exosomes in placenta and their clinical relationship
• Apply recent state-of-the art techniques and themes in obstetrics
• Explain the role of inflammatory immune responses in obstetrical complications such as pre-eclampsia and preterm labor.
• Evaluate the neurological control of inflammatory immune response
• Assess the consequences of Zika virus pandemic on pregnancy outcome.
• Assess whether we are winning the war against HIV
• Understand the interplay between hormones, mucosal immunity, semen factors, and susceptibility to HIV
• Understand the role of microbiome in adverse pregnancy outcomes
• Assess progress in vaccines for STIs
• Evaluate specialized immunity in male and female reproduction
• Debate mouse to human continuum in reproduction

This conference has been approved for 18.0 CME hours by the accrediting institution, the Chicago Medical School at Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science.

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