ASRM Journal, F&S Reviews, Publishes First Issue
Sep 30, 2020
Published in: ASRM Announcement
The first issue includes systematic reviews and meta-analyses of issues ranging from sperm morphology, and diminished ovarian reserve, to assisted reproductive technologies, and genetic origins of disease screening. Future issues will include comprehensive and critical analytic reviews of published literature in areas such as infertility, reproductive endocrinology and other issues in the field of human reproduction.
Editor-in-Chief, Dr. Anne Steiner, stated, “We are delighted to add F&S Reviews to the catalogue of Fertility and Sterility journals and share this inaugural issue with our readers.” She continued, “We hope the reviews will allow for a synthesis and critical analysis of contemporary reproductive medicine in order to inform clinical practice based on emerging and established evidence.”
Featured in this issue are:
- Effect of paternal age on outcomes in assisted reproductive technology cycles: systematic review and meta-analysis, by Guy Morris, Dimitrios Mavrelos, Efstathios Theodorou, Mia Campbell-Forde et al.
- New perspectives on the genetic causes of diminished ovarian reserve and opportunities for genetic screening: systematic review and meta-analysis by Carleigh B. Nesbit, Jia Huang, Bhuchitra Singh, Jacqueline Y. Maher et al.
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