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USPSTF CRC Guidelines Are Incomplete
June 23, 2016New report includes an unranked menu of screening options and is silent on the importance of patient adherence and test quality. Article written by AGA VP Dr. David Lieberman.
AGA and Takeda Pharmaceuticals U.S.A. Inc. Announce New Grants for IBD Researchers
June 23, 2016Three new grants will support inflammatory bowel disease research projects with the potential to improve patient care.
Is GI Burnout Avoidable or Inevitable?
June 23, 2016Do you feel like a hamster on a wheel? Join other GIs in a discussion on burnout.
Give Advice to New GI Fellows
June 22, 2016Starting at the bottom rung of the career ladder can be scary, intimidating and exhausting. Looking back, what are some things you wish you knew?
Learn from Colleagues' Difficult Crohn's Cases
June 22, 2016Collaborate with your colleagues to reach the best-case scenario in de-identified patient cases across the country.
2016 AGA Research Scholar Award Supports Liver Biology Research
June 22, 2016Silvia Giugliano, PhD, aims to research the role of liver sinusoidal endothelials in hepatic diseases, thanks to a grant from the AGA Research Foundation.
DDW® 2016 Section Program Highlights
June 22, 2016Leaders from the AGA Institute Council share top session takeaways from San Diego.
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Want to be Recognized in the GI Community?
June 21, 2016Apply for AGA fellowship before the application period closes this summer.
Tips for Early-Career GIs: How to Select a Mentor
June 21, 2016Dr. David Lieberman offers his unique take on selecting different kinds of mentors early on in your career.
Not All Mice Are the Same
June 21, 2016The editors of several journals have joined forces to comment on standardization of animal research data presentation.
Join the Dialogue on Promising Diagnostics and Therapeutics for Upper GI Disorders
June 21, 2016Join the AGA Center for Diagnostics and Therapeutics on Oct. 27 and 28, 2016, in Washington, DC, for the AGA Drug Development Conference: Clinical Endpoints in Upper GI Disorders.
Does Your Practice Have an In-Office Lab?
June 21, 2016Comparative Billing Reports will be distributed in July by CMS via fax; make sure your number is up to date.
Risk of Gastric Cancer Among Patients With Intestinal Metaplasia of the Stomach
June 20, 2016CGH article in press finds that family history and extensive metaplasia are associated with increased risk of subsequent gastric cancer.
AGA Debuts Clinical Practice Updates
June 20, 2016New articles will focus on topics with great impact on the clinical practice of gastroenterology and hepatology.
Feedback Needed on Anesthesia During Endoscopy
June 20, 2016Participate by 5 p.m. PST this Wednesday to make your voice heard.
Healing Stomach Ulcers Through Stem Cell Transplantation
June 17, 2016Publishing in CMGH, researchers identify new treatment strategy for stomach ulcers.
Stem Cell Transplant from Young to Old Can Heal Stomach Ulcers
June 16, 2016Plus other important research updates from CMGH on the gut microbiome in IBD and alcoholic liver disease.
The Latest from the AMA Annual Meeting
June 15, 2016The AGA Conference Reporter keeps you up-to-date on the latest news from the American Medical Association Annual Meeting.
Make Sure CMS Includes GI Voices in MACRA Rules
June 15, 2016The MACRA proposed rule could hinder GIs' care of patients; ensure CMS knows how it will affect you.
Share Your Tips for the Employed GI
June 15, 2016In a recent article, Dr. Vance Rodgers explained his take on employed GI positions. What's yours?
Senate Appropriations Committee Approves Increase for NIH, NIDDK
June 15, 2016Bipartisan legislation may not be passed by the Senate until after the election.
Submit Your Leadership Nominations Today
June 15, 2016The AGA Nominating Committee is looking for candidates for the offices of vice president, secretary/treasurer, basic research councillor and practice councillor.
Gastro Achieves Highest-Ever Impact Factor, CGH Maintains Strong Position
June 14, 2016Impact Factor rankings are in, and Gastroenterology remains the highest-ranked journal in GI and hepatology. CGH follows closely behind.