The Society for Reproduction and Fertility is delighted to offer its members and the scientific community two options for publishing peer-reviewed articles.
Reproduction is the Society’s established and high-impact journal. It was formed in 2001, when the Society merged its two journals, the Journal of Reproduction and Fertility and Reviews of Reproduction. It publishes basic and translational research, as well as reviews on reproductive and developmental biology and reproductive medicine. Reproduction’s most important criteria for the peer-review process are scientific excellence and broad interest to the readership.
Most published research content is behind a paywall for the first year, only accessible to SRF members and users at subscribing institutions. As a result of this publishing model, authors can publish their work for free.
Reproduction and Fertility is the Society’s new open-access journal. It launched in 2020 to complement the remit of its sister journal, Reproduction. Reproduction and Fertility has a broader scope than its sister journal, including clinical, as well as basic and translational papers. The peer-review process will focus solely on scientific rigour and quality when considering papers for acceptance.
As a fully open-access journal, all published content is accessible online to a global audience from acceptance, so it’s a great choice should you desire, or be required to publish on an open access basis by your funding body. The Article Publication Charge is currently waived, so publication is free at this time.