What will RHA do?
RHA will advocate for the economic and social benefits of research in reproduction, spanning human health, animal production, environmental sustainability and wildlife conservation and management.
It will disseminate information to the Australian public, government and scientific sector about the enormous benefits of research advances and translational discoveries in reproductive biology.
It will promote the capacity and strengths in reproductive health research that exist in Australia, and highlight the cross-disciplinary nature of reproductive health research.
RHA aims to engage reproductive biology researchers at all career stages and to foster a mentoring system to support early and midcareer researchers.
How will RHA do it?
The RHA membership comes from a broad range of disciplines and professional societies. RHA will work with those disciplines and societies to achieve its objectives by holding joint seminars, and by sharing activities, opportunities and outcomes on its website and in publicity material.
As a platform for advocacy, publicity and networking, RHA will add value to the reproductive research community; it will work with societies and not replace their traditional roles for presentation of research activities.