ASRM Journal, F&S Science, Publishes First Issue

Washington, DC - The American Society for Reproductive Medicine (ASRM) is proud to announce the release of F&S Science - with outstanding articles presenting original, cutting-edge findings in human reproduction from across the globe.

The first issue includes a selection of original articles, including insights into the advancements in our understanding of gamete biology, endometrial physiology, and reproductive diseases. Topics in future issues will include reproductive endocrinology, genetics, environmental toxicology, and reproductive sciences.

Dr. William H. Catherino, Editor-in-Chief, stated “Enthusiasm for the journal, F&S Science, has been fantastic, and we are delighted to share with our readers this inaugural issue, which is an exciting start to a central repository for scientific advancement in reproductive medicine.” He continued, “We hope the editorials and articles are insightful and strengthen excitement about the future of reproductive care.”

Featured in this issue are:


ASRM President, Dr. Catherine Racowsky, stated “We encourage researchers to submit to F&S Science.” She continued, “This new journal, which is one of three added to our suite of Fertility and Sterility journals, provides an excellent place for top quality science in reproductive medicine.”

To access the inaugural issue of F&S Science, click here.

For almost a century, the American Society for Reproductive Medicine (ASRM) has been the global leader in multidisciplinary reproductive medicine research, ethical practice, and education. ASRM impacts reproductive care and science worldwide by creating funding opportunities for advancing reproduction research and discovery, by providing evidence-based education and public health information, and by advocating for reproductive health care professionals and the patients they serve. With members in more than 100 countries, the Society is headquartered in Washington, DC, with additional operations in Birmingham, AL. www.asrm.org

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