Society Information

AAB College of Reproductive Biology
CRB

http://www.aab.org/aab/CRB1.asp

For membership application forms, meeting information, and general instructions please contact:
906 Olive Street, Suite 1200
Saint Louis, MO 63101
USA
Phone: +1 314-241-1445
Fax: +1 314-241-1449
E-mail: [email protected]

Alpha (Scientists in Reproductive Medicine)
Alpha

http://www.alphascientists.org

For membership application forms, meeting information, and general instructions please contact:
Ms Yasemin Dervisoglu
19 Mayıs Mah. 19 Mayıs Cad. Nova Baran Center No:4 34360 ÅžiÅŸli / Ä°stanbul – Türkiye
Tel: +0090 544 441 97 66
E-mail: [email protected]

Alpha is a non-profit organization which provides an international forum for scientists in reproductive medicine. Since the founding of Alpha in the summer of 1994, there has been slow but steady progress of clinical developments which spread IVF/ART to every corner of the globe. More recently there has been a dramatic explosion in biotechnology and molecular biology which now dominate its practice. The Alpha founders recognised that the establishment of clinical embryology with professional status and standards on an international basis had become imperative.

American College of Embryology (ACE)
ACE

http://www.embcol.org

For membership application forms, meeting information, and general instructions please contact:
10901 Katy Freeway
Houston, TX, 77079
Tel: +1 832-232-4228
Fax: +1 713-634-2816
E-mail: [email protected]

American College of Embryology (ACE) transforms a diverse group of embryology practitioners into a uniformly trained group of professionals.

ACE does not duplicate efforts by other organizations, such as laboratory managment or research. It solely focuses on the practice of embryology.

Although, in order to qualify for any management position within ACE, an individual must reside and practice in the United States, we welcome international members.

ACE is your organization and your voice. Please join our effort to advance the practice of clinical embryology and strengthen the prestige of our profession.

The Global Chinese Association for Reproductive Medicine (GCARM)
GCARM

http://www.gcarm.com/

For membership application forms, meeting information, and general instructions please contact:
GCARM Secretariat
687 Pine Avenue West - Rm F4.23
Montreal, Quebec, Canada H3A 1A1
Tel: +1 514-843-1729
Fax: +1 514-843-1678

The primary aims of GCARM are the exchange of information between physicians and scientists of Chinese origin within and outside China, and collaborating to provide opportunities for further training, research and clinical studies.

Our close ties with the ASRM place us in a unique position to forge new links between East and West in the field of reproductive medicine.

International Society for Fallopian Tubes and Reproductive Surgery (ISFT-RS)
ISFTRS

http://www.isft-rs.co.uk (under construction)

For membership application forms, meeting information, and general instructions please contact:
ISFT-RS Central Office
Diestsevest 43/0001
3000 LEUVEN - Belgium
Tel: +32-16-629-629
Fax: +32-16-629-639
E-mail: [email protected]

ISFT-RS is a non-profit professional member society which provides an international platform for gynaecological surgeons and professionals with a focus on the role of the Fallopian tube in human reproduction. The founding members of the ISFT-RS, seen the importance of avoiding multiple pregnancies and the new trend for minimal stimulation, continue to explore the role of the Fallopian tube in reproduction and the application of complementary tools by the reproductive surgeons. The objectives of ISFT-RS are the study of every aspect of sperm and egg transport and interaction in the Fallopian tube, from basic science to advanced surgical techniques. In 2010 the initiative evolved into a structured professional society open to all interested members, and several international joint meetings and congress courses are part of the yearly agenda.

International Society for In Vitro Fertilization (ISIVF)
ISIVF

http://www.isivf.com/

For membership application forms, meeting information, and general instructions please contact:
ISIVF Membership Secretariat
2155 Guy Street, 14th Floor
Room 1471
Montreal, Quebec H3H 2R9
CANADA
Tel: +1 514-843-1556
Fax: +1 514-843-2880
E-mail: [email protected]

Our Mission

  • promoting research and clinical development of in vitro fertilization of human oocytes (IVF) for the treatment of infertility and as an Assisted Reproduction Technology;
  • promulgating ethical practice and standards of practice of IVF treatment;
  • fostering collaboration between the various centres in the world that offer IVF treatment;
  • organizing symposia for the purposes of presentation, discussion, exchange and publication of research, data, knowledge, theories and standards pertaining to IVF, and specifically, a forum under the name "World Congress on In Vitro Fertilization".

Mediterranean Society for Reproductive Medicine (MSRM)
MSRM

http://www.medreproduction.org/

MSRM is dedicated to the study of all aspects of reproductive medicine by:

  • promotion of science and research
  • understanding of evidence-based practice between clinicians and embryologists
  • enhancement of communication between scientists and doctors interested in these subjects especially in the Mediterranean area
  • organization of international congresses, meetings, workshops, symposia, seminars
  • preparation of courses and training for doctors, embryologists, scientists, students through teaching and other forms of education (Continuing Medical Education in Reproductive Medicine)
  • foundation of National Branches of MSRM in Mediterranean countries

Preimplantation Genetic Diagnosis International Society (PGDIS)
PGDIS

http://www.pgdis.org/

Professionals working in this new area of biomedicine are invited to join PGDIS. Copy of the By Laws and Membership Application can be obtained from:
PGDIS
2825 North Halsted Street
Chicago, Illinois, 60657
USA
Telephone: +1 773 472-4900
Fax: +1 773 871-5221

Newsletter

Please submit any enquiries by completing the form below:
Contact Us Form
PGDIS Membership Form

Please email the completed and scanned Membership Form to: [email protected].

Checks can be mailed to:
Elsevier
Attn: Shirley Goldsborough
PO Box 7247-7682
Philadelphia, PA 19170-7682
USA

Credit card details can be mailed to:
Elsevier
Attn: Shirley Goldsborough
3251 Riverport Lane
Maryland Heights, MO 63043
USA

Preimplantation Genetic Diagnosis International Society coordinates research, education and training in preimplantation genetic diagnosis (PGD), requiring a close collaboration of obstetricians, fertility specialists, embryologists and human geneticists, to insure safety and accuracy of PGD and its application into clinical practice for improvement of genetic practices and reproductive medicine.

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