ANZPRA ECR Award - Applications close 7th June 2019

We are pleased to launch the ANZPRA ECR Award, aimed at enabling our younger members to visit other laboratories to foster collaborations and learn new techniques. Awards are valued at up to $1000AU, and open to ANZPRA members who are within 5 years of obtaining their PhD (or highest degree). Visit the awards page for full details.

Save the Date: ANZPRA Satellite 2019 - 17th August

This year the Society of Reproductive Biology Meeting will be held in Sydney from the 18th-21st of August. We are excited to announce that the annual ANZPRA symposium that is held ahead of this meeting will be held in Newcastle the day ahead of this (Saturday the 17th, 9am-5pm, followed by dinner), allowing plenty of time to catch the train to Sydney for SRB on Sunday morning. A full programme is now available. Earlybird registrations close on the 31st July 2019. Register now.

IFPA 2019 - Buenos Aires, Argentina, 10-13th September.

We look forward to another outstanding IFPA meeting - register now at



Placenta - the official journal of IFPA

Placenta is the International forum providing up to the minute information on all scientific and clinical investigations pertaining to placental research and their applications. The journal includes full length and mini reviews, original articles, book reviews, announcements and reports, abstracts of important meetings and scientific letters to the Editor.

Centre of Research Excellence in Stilbirth

The Stillbirth CRE is a national collaboration addressing the neglected tragedy of stillbirth. Through a priority driven program, the Stillbirth CRE aims to reduce the rate of stillbirth and improve care for parents and families whose baby is stillborn. It brings together parents, parent advocates, health care professionals, researchers, professional colleges, and policy makers, to reduce stillbirths and improve the quality care for women and families after stillbirth. The Stillbirth CRE work program focuses on research that translates into improved maternity care and better health outcomes for women and their babies. For full details, including information on their mission to develop an Australasian database of placental samples to promote and facilitate collaborative placental research, please visit our dedicated resources page, or the Stillbirth CRE website.

Australian Reproduction Update 2019

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