ASRM 2020 Virtual Run/Bike for Reproductive Health benefiting the ASRM Research Institute
ASRM 2020 Virtual Run/Bike for Reproductive Health

About ASRM 2020 Virtual Run/Bike for Reproductive Health

JOIN US !!  and become part of an elite group of dedicated ASRM members, attendees, family and friends participating in the  ASRM 2020 Virtual Run/Bike for Reproductive Health.  All proceeds will be benefit the ASRM Research Institute. 
A virtual race/bike event is one that can be completed at any location you choose, whether it's on the road, trail or treadmill ( Peloton or similar). The virtual Run/Bike event is a fun activity and not intended as a professionally timed event.
The concept is simple: Register for the event, select your activity, and complete your event between October 1st and 15th. You may choose to register as an Indiviudal participant or you may choose to join (or form) a Team.  Solicit your colleagues, family, and friends to help raise additional donations. Be sure to click on the "Donate" tab and increase your donation by selecting the Gold, Silver, or Bronze Sneaker level (or enter a donation amount of your choosing). 
Top fundraisers in both the individual and team categories will be announced at the ASRM 2020 Virtual Gala to be held on October 16, 2020. 
Have Fun!  Get some exercise!  And help raise funds to benefit the ASRM Research Institute.  
Let's Make It Happen!   


Starts at:  October 1, 2020 12:00 AM
Ends at:  October 15, 2020 12:00 AM




Keith Ray


All proceeds from the 2020 Virtual Run/Bike event  will benefit the ASRM Research Institute, a virtual facility established to guide a robust research agenda and coordinate its evolution as new information and research needs arise in the field of reproductive medicine. The foundation of the Institute is for RFA-based research funding.

How Your Support Makes a Difference

The ASRM Research Institute supports and develops the next generation of physician scientists, basic researchers, and clinical investigators in reproductive medicine, so advances in reproductive medicine are sustained and continue.

ASRM plans to centralize and coordinate its reproductive research agenda in consideration and coordination with other programs, such as the NIH.