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Title: 3rd World Congress of Reproductive Biology
Specialty: , Obstetrics and Gynecology
Dates: From Sep, 2, 2014 to Sep, 4, 2014
Location: Edinburgh, UK
Type: Congress
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Edinburgh, UK

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Welcome to the website for the 2014 World Congress of Reproductive Biology.  Building on the success of the preceding congresses, hosted by the Society for the Study of Reproduction (SSR) in Kona, Hawaii (2008) and by the Society for Reproductive Biology (SRB) in Cairns, Australia (2011), the Local Organising Committee (LOC) for WCRB 2014 now invite all reproductive biologists to attend the Third World Congress of Reproductive Biology in Edinburgh, Scotland on September 2nd to 4th 2014.       The World Congress of Reproductive Biology was established in 2008 to provide a forum for basic and clinical reproductive biologists from all around the globe to meet and exchange cutting edge ideas and research findings.  The 2014 Congress is being organised by 6 international societies in partnership: the CSRB, KSAR, SRB, SRD and SSR (based in China, Korea, Australia, Japan and the USA, respectively), with the Society for Reproduction & Fertility (SRF) honoured to host WCRB 2014 in Edinburgh, Scotland - See more at:

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Local Organising Committee (LOC)

WCRB 2014 is being organised by an LOC comprising representatives from each of the six participating sister societies, listed as follows:

· Dr Robert Abayasekara (Royal Veterinary College, London, UK)

· Prof Cheryl Ashworth (Roslin Institute, Edinburgh, UK)

· Dr Andrew Childs (Royal Veterinary College, London, UK)

· Dr Colin Duncan (University of Edinburgh, UK)

· Prof Jock Findlay (Prince Henry’s Institute, Melbourne, Australia) (for SSR)

· Prof Paul Fowler (University of Aberdeen, UK)

· Dr Greg Fitzharris (University College London, UK)

· Dr Franchesca Houghton (University of Southampton, UK)

· Prof Dong Il Jin (Chungnam National University, Korea) (for KSAR)

· Dr Richard Lea (University of Nottingham, UK)

· Prof Kate Loveland (Monash University, Victoria, Australia) (for SRB)

· Dr Tony Michael (St.George’s, University of London, UK) (Chair)

· Prof Hiroko (Nagoya University Japan) (for SRD)

· Dr Mick Rae (Napier University, Edinburgh, UK)

· Prof Qing-Yuan Sun (Institute of Zoology, Beijing, P.R.China) (for CSRB)

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Submission Info

We apologise for the intermittent access to the website on 3rd and 4th April, this was due to an IT fault that was fixed as soon as possible. Due to this access issue, the abstract deadline has been extended to 10th April to allow for any submissions which could not be made on 3rd or 4th April. 

Poster abstract submission
Abstract submission deadline has been extended to 10th April 2014.

Online abstract submission is now closed.

Abstract Submission Guidelines
The maximum number of words allowed in your abstract body is 250. The abstract should be separated into: 


Materials and Methods

Results and Discussion  

Please note; all abstracts will be reviewed by the programme committee. The programme committee will select abstracts to be presented as oral presentations and authors will be advised by mid-May. All other accepted abstracts will be presented as posters. All authors will be advised of the outcome by mid-May.

Please note that author details will be added on the final page of the submission process (do not add your author list or affiliation details to either of the fields on this page). The preferred method for submission is to type your abstract straight into the online submission form, or alternatively paste the text from a word-processed document. The ‘Full title’ should be presented sentence case (not in Title Case or BLOCK CAPITALS), that is only the first letter of the title or appropriate terms such as abbreviations or proper nouns should be upper case. 

Please do not include tables, figures or references in the abstract as these will be removed before your abstract is published.

Has my abstract been accepted?
After submitting your abstract you should receive a submission number which will identify your abstract. If you have not received a submission number, then please contact the Conference Office. 

Abstracts will be shortlisted and organized into sessions in early June 2014 such that a detailed programme can be issued by 1st July 2014. You will receive an email informing you whether your poster has been accepted or not and informing you of your poster number and session time by the end of June.

Poster Board size: 1m wide x 2m high (portrait).
Velcro to mount your poster will be provided at the meeting.

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