The 17th Annual Meeting of the AEPCOS Society will be held in Bourbon Cataratas Conference Center in Foz do Iguacu, Brazil on November 7-9, 2019.
The conference venue, located a few kilometers from the Iguazu Falls National Park, is only a one-hour flight from Sao Paulo or Buenos Aires.
Final Program
We hope you will join us!

Meeting Registration: To register for the meeting and/or secure accommodations, PayPal users may use the adjacent on-line options. Those wishing to use other forms of payment should email the Registration Form to

Abstract Submissions: Closed.

Awards: This year we are excited to announce that in addition to two Azziz-Baumgartner Travel Awards for Early Career Researchers ($750 each), the Society will also fund 10 travel awards ($500 each) to the best abstracts, independent of age or career stage. Free registration is included in all travel awards. All abstracts will be reviewed and scored by a blinded scientific committee nominated by the AEPCOS Annual Meeting Committee. For travel awards, on equal scores, AEPCOS members will have priority.

AEPCOS Annual Meeting Registration

“Polycystic Ovary Syndrome - at the Crossroads of Metabolism and Reproduction”
Sunday, October 13, 2019 - 8:15 AM - 5:00 PM
75th ASRM Scientific Congress & Expo
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

This course provides an evidenced-based approach to the health care of women with PCOS by integrating lectures relevant to metabolic and reproductive dysfunction with clinical discussions that address the needs of women with PCOS according to age. The course updates knowledge regarding the diagnosis and management of PCOS based upon state-of-the-art technology and addresses early detection of PCOS to optimize the short- and long-term reproductive and metabolic health of women with PCOS and their offspring. This course will assist physicians, nurse practitioners, nurses, nurtritionists, fellows, and residents to address the educational needs underlying critical practice gaps by discussing the diagnosis of PCOS, its early warning signs, and providing new information regarding factors impairing fertility and metabolism.

The program can be found here.