Jumpstart your career in scientific publishing
Explore your passion, develop professionally and get a leg up by becoming an AGA editorial fellow. After one year of mentorship you’ll have hands-on experience in selecting manuscripts and conducting peer reviews, as well as up to two author contributions. Successful completion could make you a prime candidate for future publishing and review work.
Peek behind the curtain of peer reviews
If you don’t qualify for the AGA editorial fellowship position or are unable to make a year-long commitment, we invite you to get a behind-the-scenes look of the peer review process with our live session at Digestive Disease Week® 2020 in Chicago, Illinois. Attend this free course to master the fundamentals of conducting a high-quality review, acquire tools to shape your ethical approach and engage with renowned biological science editors.
Promote your endoscopy research worldwide
AGA’s newest publication, Techniques and Innovations in Gastrointestinal Endoscopy (TIGE), is now accepting original, high-impact research for its upcoming issues. Contribute to this GI endoscopy-focused journal and gain international recognition alongside scientific reviews written by luminaries in the field on hot topics like artificial intelligence.