​​​​​​​AASLD journals feature the latest research, reviews, Practice Guidelines and more in gastroenterology and liver disease. AASLD publications offer different content for different audiences, representing the breadth of hepatology. Our editors welcome contributions from authors throughout the world.            


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HEPATOLOGY

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Gregory J. Gores

0270-9139

1527-3350

Ranking: 6/93 (Gastroenterology & Hepatology) 

The premier publication in the field of liver disease, HEPATOLOGY publishes original, peer-reviewed articles concerning all aspects of liver structure, function and disease.

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Clinical Liver Disease​​

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Nancy Reau

2046-2484

Monthly

Clinical Liver Disease is a free access multimedia review journal that aims to provide education for clinicians diagnosing and managing patients with liver disease.

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Liver Transplantation


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Robert S. Brown, Jr

1527-6465

1527-6473

Monthly

 (2021)

Ranking: 28/93 (Gastroenterology & Hepatology); 19/214 (Surgery); 4/26 (Transplantation)

Liver Transplantation delivers current, peer-reviewed articles on liver transplantation, liver surgery, and chronic liver disease — the information necessary to keep abreast of this evolving specialty.

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Hepatology Communications

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Gyongyi Szabo

2471-254X

Hepatology Communications is a peer-reviewed, online-only, open access journal for fast dissemination of high quality basic, translational, and clinical research in hepatology.

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