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Q: Fertility/Infertility Journals and Websites ( Answered 5 out of 5 stars,   1 Comment )
Subject: Fertility/Infertility Journals and Websites
Category: Health
Asked by: organicdiscourse-ga
List Price: $25.00
Posted: 19 Jul 2006 10:44 PDT
Expires: 18 Aug 2006 10:44 PDT
Question ID: 747786
Hello out there in the Googleverse,

I?m looking for links to academic journals and websites that present
fertility/infertility research.  I am interested primarily in
?Western? medicine but would also like to see
complimentary/alternative medicine journals and sites if they are
substantiated by research done in the scientific method.  Sites that
are freely available are best but if a site requires a subscription or
academic affiliation I would still like to know about it.

The Oxford Journal ?Human Reproduction? is an example of the type of
site that I am seeking.
Subject: Re: Fertility/Infertility Journals and Websites
Answered By: crabcakes-ga on 19 Jul 2006 22:20 PDT
Rated:5 out of 5 stars
Hello Organicdiscoure,

  I have found numerous journals and online sites that offer
information about infertility/fertility research.


?Reproductive Medicine and Biology (RMB) is the official English
journal of the Japan Society for Reproductive Medicine, and publishes
original research articles that report new findings or concepts in all
aspects of reproductive phenomena in all kinds of mammals. Papers in
any of the following fields will be considered: andrology,
endocrinology, oncology, immunology, genetics, function of gonads and
genital tracts, erectile dysfunction, gametogenesis, function of
accessory sex organs, fertilization, embryogenesis, embryo
manipulation, pregnancy, implantation, ontogenesis, infectious
disease, contraception, infertility treatment, surgery, ethics and
social issues, at the biological, biochemical, biophysical, molecular
biological, analytically morphological and clinical levels. Reports on
techniques applicable to the above field are also considered. Original
Articles, Research Notes and Case Reports will be accepted, but not
preliminary reports.?

Society for the Study of Reproduction

?The American Journal of Reproductive Immunology is an international
journal devoted to the presentation of current information in all
areas relating to Reproductive Immunology. The journal is directed
toward both the basic scientist and the clinician, covering the whole
process of reproduction as affected by immunological processes.

AJRI covers a variety of subspecialty topics, including fertility
immunology, pregnancy immunology, immunogenetics, mucosal immunology,
immunocontraception, endometriosis, recurrent spontaneous abortion,
and autoantibodies.?

?Biology of Reproduction is the official journal of the Society for
the Study of Reproduction (SSR) and publishes original research on a
broad range of topics in the field of reproductive biology, as well as
minireviews on topics of current importance or controversy.
Co-Editors-in-Chief: John J. Eppig, Ph.D., Mary Ann Handel, Ph.D.
Associate Editors: Fuller W. Bazer, Ph.D., John S. Davis, Ph.D., E.
Mitch Eddy, Ph.D., Keith Latham, Ph.D., Sue Moenter, Ph.D., Sally
Perreault Darney, Ph.D., JoAnne S. Richards, Ph.D., Bernard Robaire,
Ph.D., Richard M. Schultz, Ph.D., Thomas E. Spencer, Ph.D., and
Douglas M. Stocco, Ph.D. Biology of Reproduction, with an impact
factor of 3.550 (ISI 2004 figures, July 2005), is consistently one of
the most highly cited journals in the field of reproductive biology.?

?Fertility and Sterility, known as "the red journal," has world-wide
circulation and is highly regarded in the United States and abroad.
Now in its sixth decade, Fertility and Sterility publishes juried
original articles of scientific excellence in clinical and laboratory
research relevant to reproductive endocrinology, physiology,
immunology, genetics and menopause. Citation analysis indicates that
it is among the most frequently referenced scientific journals and has
the highest immediacy and impact factors in the field of reproductive
medicine. The journal is an indispensable resource to reproductive
endocrinologists, obstetricians, gynecologists, urologists, and basic
scientists who treat and investigate the problems of fertility,
sterility and the physiology of reproduction.?

?Among the many themes developed in the Journal of Human Reproduction
and Genetic Ethics are :

Human genome analysis
Artificial fecundation and reproduction
Sex selection
Privacy of genetic data and screening
Human gene therapy

?Human Reproduction Update, first published in 1995, aims to provide
invited, comprehensive, authoritative, up-to-date critical and
balanced reviews covering all areas of human reproduction including
reproductive physiology and pathology, endocrinology, andrology, gonad
function, gametogenesis, fertilization, embryo development,
implantation, pregnancy, genetics, genetic diagnosis, oncology,
infectious disease, surgery, contraception, infertility treatment,
psychology and counselling, ethics and social issues. These papers are
peer-reviewed to the highest editorial and scientific standards. Human
Reproduction Update is published on behalf of the European Society of
Human Reproduction and Embryology (ESHRE).?

?Molecular Human Reproduction publishes articles on the molecular
aspects of human reproductive physiology and pathology, endocrinology,
andrology,gonadal function, gametogenesis, fertilization, embryo
development, implantation, pregnancy and contraception. Reproductive
genetics is also an important part of Molecular Human Reproduction.
Studies on animal models are welcome as long as a clear relevance to
human reproduction can be shown. Published papers include
peer-reviewed original research reports, short review articles and
commentaries. Molecular Human Reproduction is published on behalf of
the European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology.?

?Reproduction, Fertility and Development is a highly cited
international journal publishing original research and reviews in
vertebrate reproduction and developmental biology. There is a focus on
assisted reproductive technologies in medicine, livestock production,
wildlife conservation and pest management, as well as coverage of the
broader aspects of embryo and fetal development and reproductive
physiology, endocrinology, cell biology, genetics, and behaviour.
Regular and timely reporting of novel science enables the journal to
develop in tandem with the rapid progress in reproductive sciences,
making it a must-read for those wanting to keep abreast of current
findings in the discipline.?


?Seminars in Reproductive Medicine
(Formerly known as Seminars in Reproductive Endocrinology)
Subscribe today and receive up to 30% off your first year's
subscription! Applies for Individuals only.

?Journal of Sexual & Reproductive Medicine?

Middle East Fertility Society Journal
The Official Journal of the Middle East Fertility Society

?The Middle East Fertility Society is the only organization in the
Middle East devoted exclusively to reproductive medicine. Founded in
1992, the society regroups nowadays a large number of members
including gynecologists and Obstetricians, Reproductive
Endocrinologists, urologists, physicians, specialists involved in the
field of reproduction, scientists, and other allied health
professionals representing most countries in the Middle East and North
Africa. Because of our diverse membership, the MEFS is uniquely
positioned to provide information and advocacy for all areas of
reproductive medicine.?

Journal of Reproductive and Infant Psychology

Canadian Journal of Fertility Awareness

Society for Reproduction and the Fertility


Fertility Society, Australia

American Society for Reproductive Medicine

British Fertility Society

American Fertility

The American Fertility Association

Middle Eastern Fertility Society

New England Fertility Society

Family Health International, Online

The 23 page .pdf document

FHI Home Page

Reproductive Health
  An online journal published by BioMed Central

Endocrine Insider

Reproductive BioMedicine Online


Nurses in Reproductive Medicine Professional Group


Pacific Coast Reproductive Society

Additional Sources:



I hope these meet your needs. If not, please request an Answer
Clarification, and allow me to respond, before you rate.

Sincerely, Crabcakes

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organicdiscourse-ga rated this answer:5 out of 5 stars and gave an additional tip of: $5.00
Thank you so much!  This is exactly what I was looking for!!

Subject: Re: Fertility/Infertility Journals and Websites
From: crabcakes-ga on 20 Jul 2006 09:40 PDT
Thank you for the 5 stars and the nice tip! Good luck!
Regards, Crabcakes

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