Aims and Scope

    Global Journal of Fertility and Research study all aspects of fertility health to better understand the experiences of men and women trying to have children. Peertechz's Global Journal of Fertility and Research urges every writer in fertility related issues to develop manuscripts highlighting following aspects:

    • How changes in hormone levels, including increases in androgens, can disrupt female reproductive cycles and lead to infertility?
    • Although a few studies have found an association between stress and the probability of conception, how to clarify whether stress causes fertility problems or fertility problems cause stress?
    • Determining the effects of increased fiber intake or diets on women's reproduction system 
    • What are the reasons for cigarette smoking implication to create lower fertility or delayed conception in women?

    Global Journal of Fertility and Research is an approach to publish manuscripts highlighting cutting-edge technologies to problems in fertility including diagnosis and correction of endometriosis, congenital and acquired abnormalities of the male and female reproductive tracts, reproductive infectious diseases, male and female fertility diagnostics, Assisted Reproductive Techniques (ART), implantation and early pregnancy failure, pregnancy of unknown location, and sporadic and recurrent pregnancy loss.

    Disciplines in Global Journal of Fertility and Research

    Authors are suggested to research, write and send manuscripts in following, but not limited to disciplines of fertility related researches:

    • Developmental Studies addressing Maternal-Zygotic Transition
    • Early Pregnancy Loss (EPL) 
    • Epigenomic studies
    • Epigenetic alteration in reproductive processes
    • Epigenetic contributions to transgenerational phenotypes
    • Genetics of Idiopathic Male and Female Infertility
    • Fertility Preservation Outcomes
    • Ovarian Aging and Reproductive Decline
    • Relationship of Male Fertility Status to Overall Health and Health of Offspring
    • Role of Non-Coding RNAs in Reproductive Health and Disease
    • Role of the Tissue/Cellular Microbiomes in Reproductive Health and Disease
    • Clock Genes, Metabolism, and Reproduction throughout the Lifespa

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