Editor-in-Chief: David C. Whitcomb, MD, PhD, FACG
Clinical and Translational Gastroenterology (CTG), published by Wolters Kluwer, is a peer-reviewed open access online journal dedicated to innovative clinical work in the field of gastroenterology and hepatology. CTG hopes to fulfill an unmet need for clinicians and scientists by welcoming novel cohort studies, early-phase clinical trials, qualitative and quantitative epidemiologic research, hypothesis-generating research, studies of novel mechanisms and methodologies including public health interventions, and integration of approaches across organs and disciplines. CTG also welcomes hypothesis-generating case series, methods papers, and translational research with clear applications to human physiology or disease. CTG is fully indexed and is free for all readers. Open access article processing charges for authors of CTG manuscripts are $2,800 for standard submissions, $2,600 for direct submissions authored by one or more members of the ACG, and $2,200 for manuscripts transferred from AJG.
Editor-in-Chief: Samuel Han, MD
ACG Case Reports Journal (ACGCRJ) is a peer-reviewed, open-access publication that provides GI fellows, private practice clinicians, and other members of the health care team an opportunity to share interesting case reports with their peers and with leaders in the field. The journal is edited by a team of GI fellows. Articles are published online for free to all readers, and feature images and videos in addition to case descriptions. ACGCRJ was created to help fulfill ACG’s commitment to providing growth and learning opportunities for GI fellows, and helps fellows meet core curriculum requirements for non-patient care activities. All case submissions must have a GI fellow or a resident interested in pursuing GI fellowship as the lead author. ACGCRJ publishes case reports, images, and letters to the editor in all topics of gastroenterology and hepatology. ACGCRJ is fully indexed, and while it does not have an impact factor, the journal is included in the Web of Science Emerging Sources Citation Index, which is included in their Core Collection.