...the largest Society for Small Animal Reproduction in Europe and brings together veterinary scientists and practitioners. EVSSAR aims to support continuing education of veterinary students and veterinarians, support research and to provide help and resources related to dog, cat and other small animals reproduction. If you are interested in Small Animal Reproduction you are invited to become a member!
This year, two candidates for the open positions in the EVSSAR Board!
During this 20th EVSSAR Congress in Vienna (Austria, 29th June -1st July) will take place the general assembly where two new EVSSAR Board Members will be elected.
The candidate for the academic's position is TUIRE TAMMINEN (FIN)
The candidate for the practitioner's is ANDREA DEL CARRO (F)
20th EVSSAR Congress, Vienna, Austria 29th June - 1st July
Dear members, dear colleagues, the 20th EVSSAR Congress will be held in Vienna (Austria) from June 29th to July 1st 2017.
The link for the on-line system is here.
The scientific program can be seen here.
To register, please click here. The new (and final) deadline for early registration fee was 22 May, 2017!
Where? At the University of Veterinary Medicine, Vienna, Austria, Veterinärpl. 1, 1210 Wien, Austria
Hosting an EVSSAR Congress - Call for Expression of Interest
Delegates that wish to organize and host an EVSSAR congress in 2018, 2019, and 2020, are kindly welcomed to apply for it, and express their interest using this form . The deadline for the congress of 2018 is 10th of June, 2017.
All applications should be send to George Mantziaras (firstname.lastname@example.org) and they will be evaluated by the Board.
EVSSAR Course: Reproduction in companion animals Part I, 2017 "Physiology and pathology in females and artificial insemination"
This is the first announcement of the EVSSAR course "Physiology and pathology in females and artificial insemination", that will be held in Wroclaw (Poland) from 9th to 13th of October 2017. Course master is Prof. W. Nijanski.
The preliminary program can be seen here.
Registration fees can be seen here.
Here you can find informations about accommodation.
"WSAVA Precongress day (24th September2017): Small animal reproduction and beyond - daily problems and trouble shooting"
JoGayle Howard Post-Doctoral Fellowship in Felid Reproduction
The Department of Reproductive Sciences, Center for Species Survival of the Smithsonian’s Conservation Biology Institute (SCBI) is proud to announce the availability of the JoGayle Howard Post-Doctoral Fellowship. Deadline July 1st 2017
A New selection of papers (updated March 2017) is available for EVSSAR members in the Library
- Mammary physiology and pathology
- Biotechnology and Assisted Reproduction