Two Washington State University School of Molecular Biosciences faculty will receive one of the highest professional honors awarded for outstanding contributions to the scientific discipline of reproductive biology.
Dr. Michael Griswold, regents professor and director in the School of Molecular Biosciences, and Dr. Pat Hunt, regents professor in the School of Molecular Biosciences, will be inducted into the 2021 Society for the Study of Reproduction Distinguished Fellowship.
The fellowship recognizes the impact of active Society for the Study of Reproduction members and their outstanding contributions to the field of reproductive biology.
Griswold and Hunt make up two of the 15 fellows in the inaugural class that will be recognized at the Society’s 54th Annual Meeting in St. Louis, MO August 4-7, 2021.
Distinguished fellows must publish a significant body of research in reproductive biology with transformative and enduring impact in the field, and have 15 years of uninterrupted regular membership.
The Society for the Study of Reproduction is the world’s leading association for supporting the scientific study of reproduction by fostering interdisciplinary communication among scientists, holding conferences and publishing original, meritorious studies to advance the science of reproduction, fertility, and development for the benefit of humans and animals.