The College of Reproductive Biology (CRB) is a not-for-profit special interest group of the American Association of Bioanalysts (AAB).
Announcing the CRB Andrew Runge Memorial Embryology Scientist Research Grant Award
Supported by an educational grant provided by EMD Serono.
The College of Reproductive Biology would like to announce an exciting new grant opportunity:
The Andrew Runge Memorial Embryology Scientist Research Grant Award. Two grants of $5,000 will be awarded. The grant supports research in fertility-related areas, including andrology and embryology, fertility outcomes, quality improvement, and reproductive basic science topics. Funding support is provided by EMD Serono.
Eligible applicants shall be reproductive scientists interested in reproductive medicine or reproductive biology research. Individuals actively involved in reproductive scientific investigation, infertility investigation, reproductive medicine, or clinical infertility practice will be considered. Applications should focus on basic reproductive science, fertility outcomes, quality improvement of reproductive health, management of an infertility laboratory, or other areas of reproductive health, andrology, or embryology.
The deadline for application submission is September 1, 2022. Click here for more information and to apply, or call (314)241-1445.CRB 2022 Symposium Recap ⇒
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