15th Anniversary

15th Anniversary

Then and now: Gut microbiome

Without a doubt, emerging microbiome discoveries will be prominently featured in the pages of GI & Hepatology News over the coming years.

15th Anniversary

Passing the ‘baton’ with pride

I was honored to be the third Editor-in-Chief of GIHN, from 2016 through 2021. GIHN is the official newspaper of the American Gastroenterological...

15th Anniversary

Then and now: Endoscopy

In the second issue of GI & Hepatology News in February 2007, an article reviewed the disruptive forces to colonoscopy including CT...

15th Anniversary

Then and now: Liver disease

The pipeline for HCV treatment was feverish for several years, which resulted in a complete transformation of HCV treatment.

15th Anniversary

A valuable learning experience

I congratulate the AGA on the 15th anniversary of GIHN and I wish the current EIC, Dr. Megan Adams, and her editorial colleagues continued success...

15th Anniversary

Then and now: Inflammatory bowel diseases

While prevalence of IBD is still highest in the Western world, there is now increasing incidence, even accounting for detection bias, in people of...

15th Anniversary

Journalism or medicine: Why not both?

“I thought I might become a journalist, but medicine was too strong a calling,” writes Dr. Charles Lightdale, former editor-in-chief of GI &...