Welcome to the Society for Reproductive Biology
The society for reproductive biology fosters and promotes basic and applied research in reproduction, fertility and development directed towards improving health, agriculture and conservation.
Membership of the society for reproductive biology is open to all scientists and clinicians with an interest in reproductive biology, and especially welcomes postgraduate students and postdoctoral scientists. Support of the SRB allows its members to reap the many benefits of membership in Australia and New Zealand's premier society for scientific research in reproductive biology.
Making Babies in the 21st Century: Fertility Preservation and Stem Cells.
A Free Public Symposium sponsored by the Society for Reproductive Biology (SRB)
Prof Gerald Schatten - 'Making eggs and sperm from stem cells'
University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine, USA - Director, Division of Developmental & Regenerative Medicine
Prof Alan Trounson - 'Stem Cells Entering Clinical Trials: Opportunities for Much Needed Therapies'
President; California Institute of Regenerative Medicine - Emeritus Professor; Monash University
Prof Gab Kovacs - 'Fertility preservation- is it realistic and is it cost-effective?'
Monash IVF International Medical Director
Prof Warwick Anderson - 'How good are we at translating discoveries into policy and practice'
Chief Executive Officer of the National Health and Medical Research Council
Prof Moira O’Bryan - 'More than just babies'
School of Biomedical Sciences; Monash University
Dr Rachel Nowak; principal at Rachel Nowak and Associates, a knowledge brokering consultancy that helps ensure new scientific knowledge is shared, and put to good use.
Editor-in-Chief: Professor Tony Flint
Reproduction, Fertility and Development is an international journal for original research and reviews in vertebrate reproduction and developmental biology. The journal focuses on assisted reproductive technologies in medicine, livestock production, wildlife conservation and pest management, as well as covering the broader aspects of embryo and fetal development, reproductive physiology, endocrinology, immunology, cell biology, genetics and behaviour.
RFD offers SRB members a discounted subscription rate of only $75 for online subscription.
RFD offers authors:
- Efficient peer review: first decisions made within 23 days of submission*
- Rapid publication: papers published online within 46 days of acceptance*
- Immediate MEDLINE and PubMed indexing
- No page charges
- Open Access options
- Free colour online and in PDFs
(* 2013 Jan–Jun averages)
The journal welcomes submissions from SRB members. To find our more about Reproduction, Fertility and Development and to submit your paper, visit the journal’s homepage at www.publish.csiro.au/journals/rfd.