Welcome to the Perinatal Research Society
The Perinatal Research Society was established in 1969 to foster scientific interchange and communication among neonatologists, obstetricians and basic scientists whose research interests were in the area of perinatal medicine and developmental biology.
The continuing purpose of the Society is to encourage active and productive exchange and collaboration between young investigators and those more established through the organization of a yearly scientific meeting.
To that end the PRS hosts an annual meeting to present lectures on current developments in the field, followed by dynamic discussion periods. These lectures are presented by nationally and internationally renowned scientists at the forefront of research activities in their respective areas.
Informal interaction of young investigators with senior established investigators is also a high priority of the annual Perinatal Research Society meeting. To that end we invite those still in training and seeking independence to join us at the meeting in the Young Investigator program, and also offer a training workshop to teach trainees how to secure funding for independent research.
PRS 2020 Annual Meeting Update
Congratulations to our group of 20 young investigators who recently completed the virtual PRS Young Investigators/Grant Writing Workshop. The remote meeting September 10-11 included streamed didactics and one-on-one grant writing/mentoring. Thanks to directors, Lisa Joss-Moore and Kurt Albertine.