|ISSN Online||: 2578-8965|
|Journal DOI||: 10.31579/25788965/jogrs|
|Google Scholar||: Citation|
|Current Issue||: Volume 3 - Issue 1 - 2019|
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Journal of Obstetrics, Gynecology and Reproductive Sciences (JOGRS) is an open access, international, peer-reviewed journal. JOGRS publishes original research work in all relevant areas of obstetrics, gynecology and reproductive science.
JOGRSencompasses the topics but not limited to reproductive endocrinology, reproductive physiology, assisted reproductive technologies, cloning, environmental effects on reproductive health, infertility, family planning, sexual health, obstetrics, prenatal diagnosis, materno-fetal medicine, midwifery, perinatology, gynecological urology, gynecological oncology, gynecological endocrinology, general gynecology, and menopause.
JOGRS provides a platform for scientists and clinical professionals in the fields of obstetrics, gynecology and reproductive science to communicate, update knowledge and to share their ideas and novel research work throughout the scientific world. It is published bi-monthly and available in print and online version.
Authors are invited to submit their original research articles, review articles, case reports, short communications, correspondence, images in medical practice, perspectives, editorials and letters to the editor from all parts of the globe.
All the articles submitted to JOGRS are subject to double-blind peer review process and published only upon acceptance by the editor. JOGRS implements the Creative Commons Attribution License to all works published providing instant and permanent access for free to all types of original works. The license grants copyright to the author concerned and makes the articles available for their dissemination. Anyone can use the articles in any constructive way as long as the credit is given to the author and citation to the original source.
Extracellular matrix and signal transduction
Human stem cell research
Polycystic Ovary Syndrome
Male factor infertility
Mechanisms of preterm births
SERM and SPRM development
Sex steroid hormone action
Stem cell rese
Testis and prostate