CRB Newsletter, Vol 11, No 1


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The College of Reproductive Biology (CRB) is a not-for-profit special interest group of the American Association of Bioanalysts (AAB).

In this issue:

Announcing the CRB Andrew Runge Memorial Embryology Scientist Research Grant Award
The College of Reproductive Biology would like to announce an exciting new grant opportunity...


CRB 2022 Symposium Recap
The 2022 CRB Symposium and Workshop was a great success, with 220 attendees and speakers...


From the President
My term as CRB president is ending, and I would like to thank my current board, membership, and the AAB administration…


ALS/ELS Certifications for Andrologists and Embryologists
The ALS and ELS certifications are ideal for andrologists and embryologists who are working their way up the career ladder…


Publication Committee
The Great Resignation and the Covid pandemic have had major impacts on embryologists...


Under Pressure: A Survey on Stress and Clinical Embryology
There has been more focus in recent years on well-being in the workplace...


Earn ABB/PEER Continuing Education Credit Attending Postgraduate Courses at ASRM 2022...
Eight postgraduate courses, scheduled on October 22-23, 2022, at ASRM have been approved...


A Great Grey Rhino in the Room: The Human Capital Conundrum in ART
In the USA, the IVF industry is experiencing a pressing, double-edged problem...


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