The Voices of ASRI Video History Project collects, preserves, and makes accessible the personal accounts of current and former American Society for Reproductive Immunology members and their experiences being a member of the society so that future members may hear directly from veterans and better understand the history of this society and the progress which has been made in the field of reproductive immunology over time.
In 2020-2021, the American Society for Reproductive Immunology will celebrate its 40th Anniversary. To commemorate this special occasion, we would like to create a living history record of video interviews of founding ASRI members, senior ASRI members and past presidents who have meaningful recollections of the history of the society over the past 40 years. These video vignettes will be used to inspire students, drive membership and encourage long-term contributions to the society.
interview session will be unique. The next section contains interview questions
(not a script) to help guide you through the video conversation. We
highly recommend writing out your answers in advance, then practicing
your responses a few times before recording to reduce the amount of
editing needed. Here are a few additional tips when creating your video:
Introduction & Biographical Details (red=required)
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