The American Society for 

Reproductive Immunology 

The American Society for Reproductive Immunology is very diverse and includes clinical and basic scientists in areas such as molecular biology, microbiology, mucosal immunology, genetics, pediatrics, infectious diseases, endocrinology, obstetrics, gynecology, pathology, veterinary medicine and animal science.

The society membership is diverse with research being carried out by the leaders in the field. This diversity is viewed as strength of the society as it allows cross-pollination of concepts from several scientific disciplines. Moreover, ASRI brings together clinicians and basic scientists to discuss contemporary topics in reproductive immunology. As a result, clinical therapies and management is grounded in the most up-to-date science and the goals of basic researchers are made with a clear understanding of the long-range impact of their research for human medicine.

ASRI objectives are achieved in two major ways. First, the society is the official sponsor of the American Journal of Reproductive Immunology, which is one of two journals devoted to publishing reproductive immunology research. Prior to the founding of the journal, there were no publishing outlets available to the reproductive immunologist s that were specifically oriented towards reproductive immunology. Secondly, the society has held an annual meeting since its inception in 1981 to promote exchange of scientific information and to foster mentorship. The abstracts from these meetings are published as a part of the American Journal of Reproductive Immunology and many of the plenary papers are included in the journal as well.

Click here for the Early History of ASRI, by John Gusdon (made available through the generosity of Blackwell Munskgaard).

Past Presidents of ASRI

(from left to right): Heinz Kunz, Richard Bronson, John Herr, Carolyn Coulam, Don Torry, Subbi Mathur, David Clark, Joanne Kwak-Kim, Thomas J. Gill III, Mrs. John Gusdon, Pete Hansen, and James Scott. This photo was taken at the 25th Annual ASRI Meeting- June 18, 2005

Dr. Randy Schekman - 2013 Nobel Laureate

Dr. Randy Schekman, 2013 Nobel Peace Prize Laureate in Physiology/Medicine, with ASRI junior scientists at annual meeting

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Diversity & Inclusion: Our Foundation for Scientific Innovation

Many of the greatest ideas and discoveries come from a diverse mix of minds, backgrounds and experiences, and we are committed to cultivating an inclusive work environment. ASRI provides equal opportunities to all members and applicants for awards without regard to race, religion, color, age, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, genetic disposition, neurodiversity, disability, veteran status or any other protected category under federal, state and local law.

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