A cornerstone of the conference is the presentation of innovative and cutting-edge research. The MARTS Conference represents a key opportunity for researchers to present their fascinating work to colleagues from research institutions throughout the Midwest.


The MARTS Organization Committee encourages students, researchers, and clinicians working in the reproductive sciences to submit abstracts reporting new basic, clinical or translational research. Abstracts need not contain formal or finalized work and may be works in progress. Research may be presented as a short talk or as a poster. Four abstracts will be selected for oral presentation on the morning of May 10th and one will receive an award (student only).


In addition to presentation and poster sessions, the symposium will also feature talks from leading researchers at Michigan State University, University of Michigan, Wayne State University, and Western Michigan University campuses. The conference will also include a keynote address from a leading expert in reproductive biology.

Abstract Submission Guidelines:
• Please limit abstracts to 350 words, not including title, authors, and affiliations
• Please specify whether you prefer a poster or a talk (4 abstract oral presentations will be selected)
• Please specify if you want to participate in the awards competition (only students – undergraduate, graduate,
  professional school, resident, fellows; only oral presentations can compete for the award)
• Applicants need not be located in Michigan
• Individuals can submit numerous abstracts
• Abstracts must be submitted as Microsoft Word documents
• Abstracts are due April 15th, 2013
‚Ä¢ Please email abstracts, supporting materials, and any questions to: marts.the@gmail.com or kstuder@med.umich.edu 

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Michigan Alliance for Reproductive Technologies and Sciences (MARTS)


REGISTER NOW ‚Äì It is free!  (https://sites.google.com/site/themichmarts/2013-marts-registration-form)


SUBMIT YOUR ABSTRACTS – Deadline April 15th, 2013


A great opportunity to meet, share, and form collaborative relations with other students, researchers, and clinicians in and around Michigan.  The overall theme of this year‚Äôs day-long symposia is ‚ÄúStress and Reproduction‚Äù


Hold the day! – May 10th, 2013


Submit your abstracts (any area of Reproductive Biology)! – by April 15th, 2013


See below website for more information!