Convening at Kennesaw State University outside of Atlanta, Georgia, the Society for Menstrual Cycle Research celebrated its 40th Anniversary June 22-24, 2017. The traditional symbol for a 40th tribute is the ruby gemstone, an apt image for an organization dedicated to research, education, and activism on behalf of the menstrual cycle. And quite a celebration it was, with representatives from more than 20 countries and presentations covering the full range of menstrual interests. Not to mention the Friday night Red Moon Howl featuring a variety of open mic performances, co-hosted by Atlanta’s Peach Coven. The program for the 22nd Biennial Conference provides details on the research papers and advocacy initiatives presented by members and attendees.
For more information about the conference check out the Twitter conference hashtag #SMCR2017.