Focus and Scope

Dysfunctional placenta is the very core of all placenta-relative diseases. Caused by pregnancy complications, dysfunctional placenta can directly result in varied bad pregnancy outcomes. Therefore, it is essential to dig out the mechanisms behind dysfunctional placenta. In a very long time, the foundation has been built for reproduction. However, in the current time, too many cutting-edge techniques have been invented, yet still cannot be used in clinical practice. The purpose of Placenta and Reproduction(PR) is to increase clinicians' and scientists' understanding of dysfunctional placenta and the derailed parts in reproduction, as well as cultivate their interests in the fields of diagnosis and treatment, research, education, and public policy. PR will bring together basic and clinical research, reviews, and case reports on dysfunctional placenta and every aberrant aspect in reproduction. This field is developing rapidly, and PR can help provide a platform for further communication in scholarism.

Recommended by an outstanding Editorial Board of national experts, the journal aims at leveling up clinical and experiment research related to placental and reproductive diseases. The journal publishes clinical guidelines, clinical consensus, special reviews, clinical research, basic research, case reports, technological progress, continuing medical education, etc. The topics of the journal included by not limited to: Placenta, Placenta previa, Placental implantation, Reproduction, Abnormal uterine bleeding, Amenorrhea, Polycystic ovary syndrome, Dysmenorrhea, Premenstrual syndrome, Menopause syndrome, Hyperprolactinemia, Premature ovarian insufficiency, Infertility, Assisted reproductive techniques, etc.

The target audiences include: Researchers, Clinicians, Students and all those related to: obstetrics and gynaecology, reproductive medicine, endocrinology, and basic science on infertility and human reproductive disorders.