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What is ASRM Connect?

ASRM Connect is an online community platform designed to facilitate the exchange of ideas and information among ASRM members. Communities are centered around topics or groups, and consist of features such as a discussion forum, shared file library, events calendar, blog, and member directory.

Several members-only communities already exist for ASRM’s affiliated societies and professional groups, and more are in development. We will continue to expand ASRM Connect to include communities that are open for all ASRM members. Please look for periodic announcements about new communities that are available to join.

Newest Communities

Below are the newest communities available to join:

Open to all ASRM members

To join, click on the name of the community, then click the red Join Community button.

Access to Care

This community is open to ASRM members interested in topics surrounding access to reproductive health care. To participate, click here and then click the red Join Community button.

ASRM Multipdiscliplinary Discussion Group

Open to ASRM members, this group provides a location for questions which are best answered by a multidisciplinary approach.To participate, click here and then click the red Join Community button.

Embryomail

Embryo Mail is a moderated discussion group devoted to all scientific aspects of mammalian embryology.

Restricted

The following communities are open to members of their respective groups, which require an additional membership fee. Click here to learn how to join ASRM's affiliated societies, professional groups, and special interest groups.

Association of Reproductive Managers (ARM)

Society of Reproductive Biologists and Technologists (SRBT)

Environment and Reproduction Special Interest Group (ERSIG)

Fibroid Special Interest Group (FSIG)

Genetic Counseling Special Interest Group (GCSIG)

Upcoming Events


ASRM Access

See the latest news, resources, and opportunities to advance your membership.

ASRM Access Summer/Fall 2019

Announcements

  • Please review the updated "Code of Conduct"

    SREI Community Members: We had another breach of conduct on the site recently. Dr. John Storment posted a comment which was then shared by a Member with someone outside the Community. This is not the first time this has happened as it also happened to me when we had the SREI Forum (progenitor to this on-line community). The SREI Board of Directors (BOD) felt we had to take this recent infraction ...

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