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Get Involved with AGA

July 19, 2017

Volunteer with AGA and have a direct impact on the GI profession.

We’re soliciting members to serve in AGA leadership positions — as committee and center members, as well as on the AGA Institute Governing Board.  This is an opportunity to network with other physicians and scientists, pursue a special interest, and make an impact in an area that is important to you.

Join a Committee or Center

AGA and AGA Institute are seeking members to serve on several committees and centers that recommend and oversee new and existing policies and programs. Terms will start in June 2018; nominations must be received by Nov. 1, 2017. Members can either nominate themselves or other members. For more information on the positions available, take a look at the AGA Committee page.

Serve in a Leadership Position

The AGA Nominating Committee is in the midst of identifying candidates to join the governing board — in the offices of vice president, clinical research councillor and practice councillor — as well as 10 nominees for the 2018-2019 AGA Nominating Committee. To learn more, or to nominate yourself or a colleague, click here. Nominations are due by Oct. 1, 2017; earlier submissions are encouraged.

Short-Term Volunteer Opportunities

Interested in volunteering with AGA but short on time? The AGA Young Delegates are a group of engaged early career GI professionals representing AGA on a variety of short-term initiatives. Get involved by completing the registration form.


More on Volunteering

Dec. 4: AGA Institute Council Nomination Site Closing

Nov. 27, 2017

Final days to submit yourself or a colleague for section vice chairs and nominating committee positions.

Nominations Open for AGA Institute Council Positions

Nov. 8, 2017

Help us field the next generation of section vice chairs and nominating committee members by nominating your colleague(s) today.

Have a Direct Impact on AGA’s Decision-Making Process

Oct. 12, 2017

Nominate yourself or a colleague to serve on an AGA committee or center advisory board.