Reproduction key journal metrics
Latest Impact Factor: 3.7
2023 Journal CiteScore: 7.4
Average time to first response: 19 days



photo of Dr Christopher A Price
Christopher A Price, PhD
Professor, Department of Veterinary Biomedicine,
Montreal Veterinary School,
Université de Montréal,
Montreal, Canada
photo of Dr Karen Schindler
Karen Schindler, PhD
Professor, Department of Genetics,
Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey,



photo of Professor Holly A LaVoie
Holly A LaVoie, PhD
Professor of Cell Biology and Anatomy,
University of South Carolina School of Medicine,
Columbia, SC, USA
photo of Professor Vasantha Padmanabhan
Vasantha Padmanabhan, PhD
Professor Emerita (In service) of Pediatrics, Obstetrics, and Gynecology,
Molecular and Integrative Physiology, Environmental Health Sciences,
and Nutritional Sciences,
University of Michigan,
Meet the full editorial board


Read Reproduction's Special Issues on key topics below.

Reproduction journal July 2022 Special Issue cover

Reproduction journal November 2021 Special Issue cover

Reproduction journal July 2021 Special Issue cover

Special issue on Sperm Factors and Egg Activation
July 2022

Guest editor:
Karl Swann


Special issue on Reproductive Toxicology
November 2021

Guest editors:
Adam Watkins and
Aileen Keating

Special issue on the 25th Anniversary of cloning by somatic-cell nuclear transfer
July 2021
Guest editor:
Kevin Sinclair

Reproduction journal vol 161 issue 1 cover

Reproduction journal vol 160 issue 5 cover

Reproduction journal vol 158 issue 6 cover

Special issue on Hypoxia and Reproductive Health
January 2021
Guest editor:
Jacqueline Maybin

Special section on 30th Anniversary of Preimplantation Genetic Testing
November 2020
Guest editor:
Alan Handyside

Special section on Women in Reproductive Science
December 2019
Guest editor:
Marilyn Renfree

Reproduction 2022 Journal Impact Factor 3.8 and 2022 Journal CiteScore 7.3


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Point of View articles


Reproduction has an article type called Point of View. They are intended to be short commentaries that make a novel argument or state a new hypothesis of interest and importance to the field of reproductive biology. Whilst supporting data are encouraged, exciting new models or ideas may be welcomed without new data.

Watch authors of several Reproduction's Point of View articles introduce their research through videos.

A full list of articles and their accompanying videos are on the Point of View page.