The European Society for Reproductive Immunology (ESRI) was created in 2007 by the Alps Adria Society of Immunology of Reproduction (AASIR) and the European Society for Reproductive and Developmental Immunology (ESRADI).
In preparation for the merger the two societies started to organize joint meetings in 2003.
The purpose of the European Society for Reproductive Immunology (ESRI) is to advance the study of the immunological, biological and genetic aspects of the reproductive process, to facilitate contact among people interested in this and allied fields and to disseminate new information and knowledge to the scientific community.
These scientific and educational objectives are to be achieved by holding meetings and organizing publications or by any other means deemed to be appropriate.
ESRI provides a unique platform for basic scientists / clinicians / research scholars / enterpreneurs for exchanging their scientific / clinical discoveries and views.