Serving the Community and Supporting Industry
The Research Centre for Reproductive Health proudly supports the following organisations. These organisations are in-line with the RCRH's objective to further research in reproductive health, while promoting and facilitating collaboration, innovation and supporting relevant and complimentary research groups and individuals.
Australian Society for Medical Research
The Australian Society for Medical Research (ASMR) is the peak professional society representing Australian health and medical research.
In addition to direct members, ASMR represents an additional 18,000 people actively involved in health and medical research through fifty-six (57) affiliated professional societies and Medical Colleges. Corporate and disease related foundation memberships bring a further 100,000 Australians with an interest in health and medical research into the ASMR network.
The Society has a long established role in public, political and scientific advocacy.
World Congress on Reproductive Biology
The World Congress on Reproductive Biology is an informal union of Reproductive Biology Societies from around the globe formed to provide a forum for exchange among basic, and clinical Reproductive Biologists from all regions. The format of the Congress highlights recent advances in reproductive biology. The goals of the conference are to foster international exchange of ideas and collaborations and to determine the priorities for future research in reproductive biology.
The conference is from the 9-12 October 2011 . Visit the WCRB website for more information.
The WCRB has 3 satellite conferences/workshops: Society for Reproductive Biology (SRB), European Society for Human Reproduction and Embryology (ESHRE) and Australian and New Zealand Placental Research Association (ANZPRA) workshop.
RCRH is supporting the WCRB as a Silver Sponsor.
Society for Reproductive Biology
The SRB fosters and promotes basic and applied research in reproduction, fertility and development directed towards improving health, agriculture and conservation.
To recognise established researchers RCRH sponsors the 2011 SRB RCRH Award for Excellence in Reproductive Biology Research, which is awarded at the SRB Annual Conference.
SRB Annual Scientific Conference
Australasian Society for Immunology
The aim of the Australasian Society for Immunology Incorporated (ASI) is to encourage, promote and support the discipline of Immunology in the Australasian region.
RCRH is supporting the 41st meeting of the Australasian Society for Immunology, 2011 as a Session Sponsor-Reproduction and Developmental Immunology.
Healthy Development Adelaide
The role of Healthy Development Adelaide (HDA) is to promote, facilitate and undertake research that will advance multidisciplinary understanding of healthy development by combining cognate research strengths to address high priority research issues to ensure the physical, psychological and social health of Australian infants, children and adolescents.