Sponsors & Exhibitors
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|Réseau Québécois en Reproduction
3200 rue Sicotte
St-Hyacinthe, QC J2S 7C6 Canada
Phone: +1-450-773-8521 Ext. 8221
Reproductive biology is fundamental not only for survival of the species, but also for several scientific domains including biotechnology, stem cell biology, teratology, toxicology, evolutionary biology and animal science. Quebec is known internationally for a large, innovative and accomplished community of researchers in mammalian reproduction.
The Réseau Québécois en Reproduction (RQR) is a network that unites more than 90 of theses researchers and 250 students in the field of reproductive biology in the province of Québec. This partnership was made possible by grant from the Fonds de recherche du Québec - Nature et technologies (FRQNT).
The RQR scientific focus is on the development and exploitation of a range of genomic, molecular, cellular and clinical tools to address problems in reproduction. The wide range of expertise in reproductive biology allows this strategic group to provide meaningful insight into the reproductive processes that are disrupted in infertility and in human reproductive pathology. Further, our studies in basic and applied reproductive research reinforce the competitiveness of the Quebec animal and agricultural industry.
A major goal of the RQR is to develop and intensify technology transfer to contribute to the development of useful findings with high potential for scientific and economic return for the IVF, pharmaceutical, biotechnological and agricultural industries. To reach this objective, the RQR exploits the experience of internationally renowned Quebec scientists and the enthusiasm of young, emerging colleagues.
Reproduction is an international journal focusing on the molecular and cellular mechanisms of reproduction. Reproduction publishes studies in a wide range of animals and welcomes submissions with a human mechanistic focus, including studies on stem cells.
With an Impact Factor of 3.174 and a five-year Impact Factor of 3.707, it is one of the top reproductive biology journals focusing on basic science. We offer authors global exposure for their work, as well as services such as article-level metrics and Kudos which help authors raise and monitor the impact of their research.
Published by Bioscientifica for the Society for Reproduction and Fertility.
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