The American Society for Reproductive Medicine is pleased to present on-demand audio of the full pre-Congress program, as well as select sessions from the Scientific Congress program. Sessions are available for the 2013 meeting in Boston, the 2014 meeting in Hawaii and the 2015 meeting in Baltimore.
The American Society for Reproductive Medicine was founded by a small group of fertility experts who met in Chicago in 1944. Distinguished members of ASRM have led the development of the field of reproductive medicine. They were the first physicians to perform many of the standard procedures used by fertility specialists today, including donor insemination and in vitro fertilization; they have developed new approaches to reproductive care and assisted reproductive technologies that are still in use; and they have helped form key legislation and fought for reproductive rights, even when public policy related to reproductive matters did not exist.
Today, ASRM members reside in all 50 of the United States and in more than 100 other countries. The Society is multidisciplinary, with members including obstetrician/gynecologists, urologists, reproductive endocrinologists, embryologists, mental health professionals, internists, nurses, practice administrators, laboratory technicians, pediatricians, research scientists, veterinarians, attorneys, and more. ASRM has an administrative office in Birmingham, Alabama, and a public affairs office in Washington, D.C. Policy is set by an elected Board of Directors and implemented by a Chief Executive Officer and an accomplished staff.