"The Convergence of Scientific Research and Clinical Medicine in Reproductive Immunology"
Invitation to attend
On behalf of the American Society for Reproductive Immunology, it is with great enthusiasm that we invite you to attend our 40th Annual Meeting, to be held online using a virtual platform. This meeting brings together basic scientists, clinician-scientists and healthcare providers who work together to translate scientific discoveries into improved patient care.
The Scientific Program committee has put together an exciting schedule of events, including plenary and break-out sessions led by leading national and international experts in the fields of Obstetrics & Gynecology, Immunology, Pediatrics, Infectious Diseases, Genetics, and Developmental Biology. New for this meeting is a one-day workshop for young and young-at-heart investigators interested in learning about the latest cutting edge technologies, which will now be included in the cost of meeting registration!
Continuing Medical Education (CME) credits will be available.
ASRI 2021 promises to provide multiple opportunities for learning, exchanging ideas and discovering up-and-coming technologies at a stunning venue. It is unique because it combines clinical medicine and reproductive immunology to create a synergistic scientific environment that brings together scientists, and clinicians worldwide. Our overall goal is to have scientists and physicians share their latest research and clinical findings.
This meeting also looks to the future. Our Society is rich with the next generation of future scientists and clinicians (graduate students, postdoctoral fellows and residents) who will have a format to present their findings and to interact with leaders in the field of reproductive immunology.
Please join us for this exciting and educational week online as we celebrate 40 years of meetings and the culmination of our 40th Anniversary year of the American Society for Reproductive Immunology.
We hope to see you in Santa Fe!
Dr. Charles Wira Dr. Surendra Sharma
Basic, translational, clinical scientists and scientists-in-training studying reproductive biology, immunology, infectious diseases, development, and related subjects. Clinicians, clinician-scientists, fellows, residents and epidemiologists who work in obstetrics & gynecology, infectious disease, neonatology, pediatrics, neuroscience, immune-related diseases and related fields.