Led by Co-Editors-in-Chief Andrew Horne and Norah Spears, Reproduction and Fertility will see vigorous yet rapid peer review of the latest basic, translational and clinical articles in the field. Both of the University of Edinburgh, their research interests are pelvic pain, endometriosis and ectopic pregnancy and ovary development and fertility preservation respectively. When asked about their vision for the journal, Professor Horne and Professor Spears commented;
“Reproduction and Fertility is an exciting new open-access journal devoted to providing reproductive biologists, clinicians and those working within Assisted Reproduction with access to the latest research in the areas of basic and clinical reproduction and fertility. We are delighted to be named as the founding co-Editors-in-Chief of this new journal and look forward to guiding it through its inaugural years as it becomes what we hope will be a top choice publication for both researchers and clinicians working to advance our understanding of this complex field of science.”
The Society for Reproduction and Fertility and Bioscientifica are sponsoring the Article Publication Charge during the launch years, offering authors far-reaching exposure and impact for their work at no additional cost.*
Reproduction and Fertility is now open for submissions of research and reviews in all areas of basic, translational and clinical research. For a full list of topics please see the journal scope.
Find out more about how to submit by visiting the journal’s author guidelines.
We hope that Reproduction and Fertility rapidly becomes the go-to open-access destination for researchers and clinicians in the field.