Middle East Fertility Society Journal is the official journal of the Middle East Fertility Society. The society aims to improve the reproductive outcome of infertile couples in the Middle East through transferring medical knowledge and promoting scientific research. It encases a wide range of knowledge that is recognised throughout the Middle East. The society attracts fertility specialists to collate and exchange scientific information as well as strengthen national solidarity.
mTOR signaling and endometrial receptivity in infertile women with intramural uterine leiomyomas
The effect of e-health interventions on meeting the needs of individuals with infertility: a narrative review
Reproductive tract microbiome and therapeutics of infertility
Role of intramuscular progesterone supplementation on the day of embryo transfer in artificial frozen cycles
The correlation between endometrial thickness and pregnancy outcomes in fresh ART cycles with different age groups: a retrospective study
Live birth rate after IVF/ICSI in women with low and extremely low AMH: an age-matched controlled study
Long-term effects of tramadol on the reproductive function of male albino rats: an experimental biochemical and histopathological study
Correlation between estradiol levels on day of HCG trigger and the number of mature follicles, number of oocytes retrieved, and the number of mature oocytes (M2) after oocyte aspiration in ICSI cycles
Association of LH/FSH ratio with menstrual cycle regularity and clinical features of patients with polycystic ovary syndrome
About the Society
Aims and scope
Middle East Fertility Society Journal publishes peer-reviewed papers reporting research, reviews and case reports of outstanding originality. These articles aim to summarise important and rapidly-developing areas of reproductive medicine. The journal will consider for publication original papers covering relevant scientific and clinical aspects of reproductive physiology and pathology, reproductive endocrinology and endocrine therapies. It also includes andrology, contraception, early pregnancy, embryo development, ethical issues, fertilization, gametogenesis, genetic screening (first trimester), genetic diagnosis (pre-implantation), gonadal function, implantation, infectious diseases, menstrual disorders, psycho-social issues, reproductive genetics, reproductive surgery, reproductive epidemiology, and stem cell research.
About the Editor
Mohamed Aboulghar, Editor-in-Chief
Mohamed Aboulghar M.D. is a Professor Emeritus of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Faculty of Medicine, Cairo University and Clinical Director and founder of The Egyptian IVF-ET Center, Maadi, Cairo, Egypt. He is also the founder and first president of the Middle East Fertility Society (MEFS). Professor Aboulghar has published over 200 papers in top international and regional medical journals, and over 20 chapters in international books.
Professor Aboulghar received the Egyptian National Award for Excellence in Medical Sciences in 2000, Honorary Membership of the European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology (Berlin 2004), and the Egyptian National Award for Scientific Merit in 2016.
Middle East Fertility Society Journal is affiliated with Middle East Fertility Society.
Annual Journal Metrics
0.929 - Source Normalized Impact per Paper (SNIP)
0.322 - SCImago Journal Rank (SJR)
2.2 - CiteScore
18 days to first decision for all manuscripts (Median)
27 days to first decision for reviewed manuscripts only (Median)
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- ISSN: 2090-3251 (electronic)