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The Foundation for Reproductive Medicine (FRM) is a not-for-profit organization. Our mission is to help families grow by supporting original research and post-graduate medical education in reproductive medicine, with special emphasis in reproductive endocrinology and infertility.
Following the success of our 2016 conference, we are proud to announce our 2017 Translational Reproductive Biology and Clinical Reproductive Endocrinology conference, again in New York City, for November 16-19, 2017. The two themes of the conference, “Paradigm changes you may not hear about elsewhere" and “Think differently!” remain the same. This conference has the principal goal of offering an authoritative 2017 update for reproductive scientists and clinicians about important new translational developments in reproductive biology/physiology and clinically relevant patient-care issues, while at the same time pointing out paradigm changes and imminent new potential developments of significance. For the 2017 conference, we have assembled an even more prominent group of faculty members to present the state-of-the-arts in the field. Read more and register on the Conference website.
In accordance with our mission, FRM issues research grants to investigators pursuing research projects with promising clinical applicability in reproductive medicine and biology. FRM also supports monthly Reproductive Medicine GrandRounds in New York City, jointly with Center for Human Reproduction. A complimentary continuing medical education event, GrandRounds present up-to-date scientific presentation by leading experts in reproductive medicine and sciences to physicians and scientists.
FRM's research and educational support offers much-needed funds to advance the horizons of what is possible in basic reproductive biology and clinical reproductive medicine, and for the dissemination of newly developed knowledge. With FMR support, investigators have introduced many innovative new treatments, now used all over the world, to help couples struggling with infertility, and have been able to disseminate their knowledge worldwide. Treatments that were inconceivable only 10 years ago are now possible and utilized in daily practice all around the world.