2015-08-11 19:00:21 UTC

The New Gastroenterologist Summer Issue is Now Live

Aug. 11, 2015

Young GIs: read about the current state of biologic therapies for IBD in this issue's cover story.

The latest issue of The New Gastroenterologist, which provides commentary and news for young GIs and fellows on a quarterly basis, is now available for you.

The Summer 2015 issue, the second issue of our new online publication, features an article on the current state of biologic therapies for IBD by Dejan Micic, MD, Andres J. Yarur, MD, and David T. Rubin, MD.

The issue also outlines tips and tricks for navigating a medical career as a young GI and highlights an article written by AGA PAC Board of Advisors member Gaurav Singhi, MD, at Digestive Disease Week® 2015, on why doctors should be involved in the political process.

Read these articles and more at The New GastroenterologistMake sure to also check out the AGA Trainees section of our website for even more articles and career advice for young members. 

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