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Current Open Positions


The following volunteer positions are seeking individuals to fill their rosters.

Guideline Task Force Member for update of the guideline on myomas and infertility

Description: Task force members will meet by teleconference at regular intervals and by email. Work of the task force includes development/refining PICO questions, inclusion/exclusion criteria, and search terms; assessing articles for inclusion/exclusion and relevance; assigning quality of evidence; and extracting data and writing sections of the manuscript, including summary and conclusion statements.

Commitment Start Date:  November 2023

Length of Commitment: 1 year, with most of the work taking place in the first 6 months

Volunteer Recognition: Acknowledged individually in the Acknowledgments section of the published paper

How to Apply:  Complete the volunteer form (https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/ASRMVolunteer) and email jhayes@asrm.org.

ASRM Research Institute Grant Reviewer

Description: The ASRM Research Institute is seeking volunteers to serve as grant reviewers for the FY24 grant cycles. Reviewers must be current ASRM members and have experience as a grant writer and/or grant reviewer. Proposals fall into the clinical, translational, and basic science categories. They will be assigned based on your expertise in reproductive medicine.

There are two grant cycles: Pilot & Exploratory and Discovery & Innovation. The cycles run from January to June, with reviews occurring during that time. Reviewers will have 2-3 weeks to review up to 5 proposals using an online scoring rubric and written feedback.

Start Date:  January 

Length of Commitment: 6 months

Opportunity Location: Virtual

How to Apply: Apply by filling out the form linked here, and contact Tonya Carey, ASRM Research Institute Administrator, via email at tcarey@asrm.org.

Abstract Reviewers for the Scientific Congress & Expo

Description: Abstract reviewers will review and score abstract submissions in areas of their expertise for the Scientific Congress & Expo. The review period is approximately two weeks and will be completed online.

Start Date: 03/08/2024

Length of Commitment: 1 year

How to Apply: Complete the volunteer form linked here and Email abstracts@asrm.org for additional information.

ASRM Patient Education Committee Volunteer

Description:
· Review patient factsheets for inclusivity and medical accuracy.
· Assist with the creation of new patient materials as needed for ReproductiveFacts.org.
· Revise content of infographics and social media posts based on feedback from the Patient Education Committee.

Start Date:  9/1/23

Length of Commitment: 6 months

How to Apply: Contact Harriet Smith at hsmith@asrm.org for more information.

Guideline Task Force Member for an update of the guideline on immunotherapy in IVF

Description: Task force members will meet by teleconference at regular intervals and by email. Work of the task force includes development/refining PICO questions, inclusion/exclusion criteria, and search terms; assessing articles for inclusion/exclusion and relevance; assigning the quality of evidence; and extracting data and writing sections of the manuscript, including summary and conclusion statements.

Start Date:  November 2023

Length of Commitment: 1 year, with most of the work in the first six months.

Volunteer Recognition: Acknowledged individually in the Acknowledgments section of the published paper

How to Apply: Complete the volunteer form linked here, and email Jeffrey Hayes at Jhayes@asrm.org

Guideline Task Force Member for the update of the guideline on minimal stimulation IVF

Description: Task force members will meet by teleconference at regular intervals and by email. Work of the task force includes development/refining PICO questions, inclusion/exclusion criteria, and search terms; assessing articles for inclusion/exclusion and relevance, assigning quality of evidence; and extracting data and writing sections of the manuscript, including summary and conclusion statements.

Start Date:  September 2023

Length of Commitment: 1 year, with most of the work taking place in the first six months

Volunteer Recognition: Acknowledged individually in the Acknowledgments section of the published paper

How to Apply: Complete the volunteer form linked here, and email Jeffrey Hayes at Jhayes@asrm.org.

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Volunteer with ASRM

Volunteering with the American Society for Reproductive Medicine (ASRM) is a rewarding experience! Here are three benefits of volunteering with ASRM: 

  1. Supporting the reproductive health community: By volunteering your time and skills, you can make a meaningful difference in the lives of others, including patients struggling with infertility, health care providers, and the reproductive health community as a whole. 
  1. Advancing your career: Volunteering with ASRM can help you develop new skills, build your CV, and make professional connections. 
  1. Building connections and relationships: Volunteering with ASRM can provide you with the opportunity to meet and network with others who are passionate about the field of reproductive medicine. 
We engage volunteers of all ages, geographical locations, areas of expertise and interest, and stages of practice, from students to seasoned professionals. 

Fill out
this volunteer interest survey
with your interests and availability. Have your resume or CV handy—it’s the first question on the survey.  

Go to the Volunteer Form