Journal of Assisted Reproduction and Genetics
An Official Journal of the American Society for Reproductive Medicine
The Journal of Assisted Reproduction and Genetics publishes novel cellular, molecular, genetic, and epigenetic findings that advance our understanding of the biology of human gametes and preimplantation embryos, the origins of diseases affecting fertility, and practice of assisted reproductive technology (ARTs). The goal is to optimize and facilitate the translation of discoveries made from human or relevant animal model experimentation to the safe and efficacious practice of human assisted reproductive technologies within a scientifically rigorous and ethically sound set of standards established by the editorial leadership of JARG. The expertise, sensitivity, and commitment of the editorial board guides the marriage of contemporary research paradigms with basic science discovery in the form of original papers, minireviews, case reports, and opinion pieces often combined into special topic issues that will educate and guide clinicians and scientists with interests in the biology of human gametes and embryos, treatment of infertility, and technological innovations in human ARTs. The guiding principles of male and female reproductive health that impact the pre- and post-conceptional viability and developmental capacity of human gametes and preimplantation embryos is emphasized within the purview of human reproductive health in current and future generations of our species.
The journal is published in cooperation with the American Society for Reproductive Medicine, an organization of more than 8,000 physicians, researchers, nurses, technicians and other professionals dedicated to advancing knowledge and expertise in reproductive biology.
David F. Albertini (May 2016)
Assisted Reproduction Technologies
- Impact Factor 1.718
- Available 1984 - 2016
- Volumes 33
- Issues 299
- Articles 3,957
- Open Access 59 Articles
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|Previous Title||Print ISSN||Online ISSN|
|Journal of in vitro fertilization and embryo transfer||0740-7769||1573-7330|
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