About the journal
Human Reproduction features full-length, peer-reviewed papers reporting original research, concise clinical case reports, as well as opinions and debates on topical issues …Find out more
The best of 2016
Explore some of the most popular, top downloaded, and highly cited articles from ESHRE published over the past year, in our 'Best of 2016' collection.
Join us at the ESHRE Annual Meeting in Geneva
Join us from 2 to 5 July in Geneva, Switzerland for the ESHRE Annual Meeting. The programme offers a diverse range of sessions on human reproductive research and medicine.Find out more
Read headline hitting research from Human Reproduction
Fertility experts are calling for urgent action by industry and regulators after the publication of a research trial which found that the solutions in which embryos are cultured during IVF affect the outcomes of embryos and babies.Read the article
Become a member of ESHRE today
Membership of the Society is open to all individuals active in the field of reproductive medicine and science. Membership of the Society offers many benefits, including reduced registration fees and subscriptions to the journals.
Top cited research from the ESHRE journals
Read a collection of the most cited articles from Human Reproduction, Human Reproduction Update, and Molecular Human Reproduction free online.
Endometriosis research from ESHRE
Read articles on endometriosis from Human Reproduction, Human Reproduction Update, and Molecular Human Reproduction.
Read a Q&A with Professor Siladitya Bhattacharya
We are delighted to announce the launch of Human Reproduction Open (HROpen), the new, official open access journal from ESHRE. Meet the journal’s Editor-in-Chief Professor Siladitya Bhattacharya.
HROpen - Now open for submissions
Interested in submitting to Human Reproduction Open? Siladitya Bhattacharya, EiC, talks about his vision for the journal, and the types of papers the journal will publish.
Developing Countries Initiative
Your institution could be eligible to free or deeply discounted online access to Human Reproduction through the Oxford Developing Countries Initiative.Find out more
Celebrating 30 years of Human Reproduction
We have compiled an interactive timeline to commemorate the 30th anniversary of Human Reproduction. The timeline highlights key milestones and articles in the journal's history, including top cited articles, top downloaded articles, and articles with wider impact.