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Medicine - Gynecology | Fertility Research and Practice

Fertility Research and Practice

Fertility Research and Practice

Editor-in-Chief: E.S. Ginsburg; D.J. Schust

ISSN: 2054-7099 (electronic version)

Journal no. 40738

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  • The only open access journal covering all issues surrounding fertility and early pregnancy
  • Internationally focused providing a global platform for dissemination of your research
  • Accepts video submissions with rapid publication

As the only open access journal to exclusively publish pioneering research on fertility and early pregnancy, Fertility Research and Practice clarifies the challenging and extensive range of topics within these disciplines. With a rapid time to first decision and a global platform to disseminate contemporary research, the journal welcomes submissions on endometriosis, abnormalities of the female reproductive tract, reproductive infectious diseases, assisted reproductive techniques (ART), implantation and early pregnancy failure, pregnancy of unknown location, and sporadic and recurrent pregnancy loss, with a particular emphasis on approaches that apply cutting-edge technologies to problems in the field.

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    Fertility Research and Practice is a peer-reviewed, open access, online journal, publishing articles that provide novel insights into male and female infertility and early pregnancy. Articles include basic, clinical, and translational work, including case reports and reviews.

    Fertility Research and Practice aims to elucidate the broad range of topics comprising the study of human fertility and early pregnancy. These include diagnosis and correction of endometriosis, congenital and acquired abnormalities of the male and female reproductive tracts, reproductive infectious diseases, male and female fertility diagnostics, assisted reproductive techniques (ART), implantation and early pregnancy failure, pregnancy of unknown location, and sporadic and recurrent pregnancy loss. Understanding that the study of human fertility and early pregnancy often involves in vitro, ex vivo and animal models for ethical and legal reasons, Fertility Research and Practice invites basic science in addition to clinical and translational research. Approaches that apply cutting-edge technologies to problems in the field are especially welcome.

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