OTHER MEETINGS OF INTEREST

If you have a meeting to submit for posting consideration, please contact the ASA Executive Office at info@andrologysociety.org.

5th Friends of Israel Urological Symposium (FOIU)
July 7-9, 2020
Tel Aviv

We are delighted to announce that the 5th Friends of Israel Urological Symposium (FOIU), co-chaired by Prof. Jacob Ramon and Dr. Laurence Klotz will take place in Tel Aviv on July 7-9, 2020.

FOIU has created an unparalleled opportunity for local and international Urologists, Oncologists, Uro-pathologists and Uro-radiologists to meet in Israel for an unforgettable scientific and social forum.

The program planned for this meeting is exceptional in its combination of high-level scientific content with exciting lectures by world-renowned leaders, to provide you with a “taste of Israel.”

For further information, please visit our website: http://foiu.comtecmed.com/

2020 Mammalian Reproduction Gordon Research Seminar
Safeguarding Fertility for the Present and Future
August 8-9, 2020
Mount Holyoke College
South Hadley, Massachusetts, USA
 
This trainee-led seminar provides a unique forum for graduate students, postdoctoral fellows, and veterinary/medical residents and fellows to discuss their recent discoveries and participate in mentorship-related activities.
 
 
Questions?  Please contact:
GRC conference chairs:
Margaret Petroff, petrof10@msu.edu
 
GRS conference chairs:
Klementina Fon Tacer, klementina.fontacer@stjude.org
Margeaux Wetendorf, margeaux_wetendorf@med.unc.edu
Registration is open!
 
Deadline to be considered for an oral presentation: May 8, 2020
Registration deadline: July 12, 2020
Registration is capped at 200, so please register early!
 
2020 Gordon Conference on Mammalian Reproduction
Reproduction from Bench to Bedside: From Regulatory Mechanisms to Practical Applications
August 9-14, 2020
Mount Holyoke College
South Hadley, Massachusetts, USA
 
Cutting-edge advances in gametogenesis, endocrine function, ovarian and testis biology, uterine function, placentation, reproductive tract development, and parturition