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Digestive Diseases and Sciences

Digestive Diseases and Sciences

Editor-in-Chief: Jonathan Kaunitz
Managing Editor: Meghan Keeffe

ISSN: 0163-2116 (print version)
ISSN: 1573-2568 (electronic version)

Journal no. 10620

Editor-in-Chief:
Jonathan D. Kaunitz, MD, FACG, AGAF*
Professor of Medicine
David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA
Greater Los Angeles VA Health Care System
Los Angeles, California

Deputy Editor:
Henry C. Lin, MD
Chief, Section of Gastroenterology
New Mexico VA Health Care System
Professor of Medicine
University of New Mexico
Albuquerque, New Mexico

Senior Editorial Advisor/Stanford Multidisciplinary Seminars Editor:
George Triadafilopoulos, MD, DSc*
Clinical Professor of Medicine
Stanford University School of Medicine
Stanford, California

Editorial Advisor/GRG Liaison:
Rhonda F. Souza MD, AGAF, FASGE*
Professor of Medicine
UT Southwestern Medical Center
VA North Texas Health Care System
Dallas, Texas

Associate Editors:
Robert S. Bresalier, MD
Houston, Texas

Ramsey C. Cheung, MD
Palo Alto, California

Wael M. El-Rifai, MD, PhD*
Nashville, Tennessee

Michael Fuchs, MD
Richmond, Virginia

Sun-Young Lee, MD, PhD
Seoul, Korea

Roy C. Orlando, MD*
Chapel Hill, North Carolina

Bernd G. Schnabl, MD
San Diego, California

Mitchell L. Schubert, MD*
Richmond, Virginia

Ali Tavakkoli, MBBS
Boston, Massachusetts

Fernando Velayos, MD
San Francisco, California

Guest Associate Editors:
Jill Palmer Smith, MD
Bethesda, Maryland

Jung-Hwan Yoon, MD
Seoul, Korea

Consultant Statisticians:
Julia E. Crook, PhD
Jacksonville, Florida

Seyed Mehdi Nouraie, MD, PhD
Washington, DC

Managing Editor:
Meghan Keeffe
Mill Valley, California

Editorial Board:

Faten N. Aberra, MD, MSCE
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Omar M.E. Abdel-Salam, MD, PhD
Cairo, Egypt

Julian A. Abrams, MD, MS*
New York, New York

Nuzhat A. Ahmad, MD
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Dennis J. Ahnen, MD
Denver, Colorado

Yasutada Akiba, MD, PhD*
Los Angeles, CA

Stanley W. Ashley, MD*
Boston, Massachusetts

Hassan Ashtorab, PhD
Washington, DC

Gregory Austin, MD, MPH
Denver, Colorado

Mohammed Bashashati, MD
Calgary, Canada

Klaus Bielefeldt, MD, PhD
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Hina Yaseen Bhutta, MBBS
London, UK

Henry LY Chan, MD
Hong Kong, China

Steven Chan, PhD, FRACS
Melbourne, Australia

Yogesh K. Chawla, MD, DM
Chandigarh, India

Jae Hee Cheon, MD, PhD
Seoul, Korea

Eun-Ju Cho, MD
Chuncheon, Korea

Alejandro H. Corvalán, MD, MSc
Santiago, Chile

Min Dai, PhD
Seattle, Washington

Andrew S. Day, MB, ChB, MD*
Christchurch, New Zealand

Roberto De Giorgio, MD, PhD
Bologna, Italy

Mark Donowitz, MD*
Baltimore, Maryland

Mark S. Duxbury, MA, DM
Glasgow, United Kingdom

Pradeep Dudeja, PhD
Chicago, Illinois

Carlos O. Esquivel, MD, PhD
Stanford, California

Ariel E. Feldstein, MD*
La Jolla, California

Christopher E. Forsmark, MD
Gainesville, Florida

Frank Friedenberg, MD, MS
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Lawrence S. Friedman, MD
Newton, Massachusetts

Scott L. Gabbard, MD
Cleveland, Ohio

Ajay Goel, PhD
Dallas Texas

Sushovan Guha, MD, PhD*
Houston, Texas

Samuel Benjamin Ho, MD
San Diego, California

JeanMarie Houghton, MD*
Worcester, Massachusetts

Ke-Qin Hu, MD
Orange, California

John M. Inadomi, MD*
San Francisco, California

Brian C. Jacobson, MD
New York, New York

Nayoung Kim, MD, PhD
Seongnam-si, Korea

Yoon Jun Kim, MD, PhD
Seoul, Kim

Raymond S. Koff, MD
Farmington, Connecticut

Stanislaw J. Konturek, MD
Krakow, Poland

Benjamin Lebwohl, MD, MS
New York, New York

Jeffrey Lee, MD
Augusta, Georgia

Marcis Leja, MD
Riga, Latvia

Gene D. Le Sage, MD*
Johnson City, Tennessee

Robert Levine, MD*
Boston, Massachusetts

Gary R. Lichtenstein, MD
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

David A. Lieberman, MD
Portland, Oregon

Mauricio Lisker-Melman, MD
St. Louis, Missouri

John P. Lynch, MD, PhD*
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Ignazio R. Marino, MD
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Olivia Martinez, PhD
Stanford, California

Denis M. McCarthy, MD, PhD*
Albuquerque, New Mexico

Kenneth R. McQuaid, MD
San Francisco, California

Juanita L. Merchant, MD, PhD*
Ann Arbor, Michigan

Howard R. Mertz, MD
Nashville, Tennessee

Mulugeta Million, DVR, PhD*
Los Angeles, California

Smruti Mohanty, MD*
Chicago, Illinois

Yuji Naito, MD, PhD
Kyoto, Japan

Mindie H. Nguyen, MD, MAS
Stanford, California

Henry P. Parkman, MD
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Mark Pimentel, MD
Los Angeles, California

Deborah D. Proctor, MD
New Haven, Connecticut

James C. Reynolds, MD
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Hugo R. Rosen, MD*
Denver, Colorado

Joel H. Rubenstein, MD, MSc*
Ann Arbor, Michigan

David T. Rubin, MD
Chicago, Illinois

Massimo Rugge, MD
Padova, Italy

David B. Sachar, MD
New York, New York

Arun J. Sanyal, MD*
Richmond, Virginia

Akiko Shiotani, MD, PhD
Kurashiki, Japan

Noah F. Shroyer, PhD*
Cincinnati, Ohio

Stuart J. Spechler, MD
Dallas, Texas

Subbaramiah Sridhar, MD*
Augusta, Georgia

Shanthi Srinivasan, MD
Atlanta, Georgia

Ben Z. Stanger, MD, PhD*
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Pavel Strnad, MD
Aachen, Germany

Hidekazu Suzuki, MD, PhD
Tokyo, Japan

Martin Tobi, MB, ChB
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Diana M. Toivola, PhD*
Turku, Finland

David H. Van Thiel, MD*
Chicago, Illinois

Hugo E. Vargas, MD
Phoenix, Arizona

Marcelo Vela, MD, MSCR*
Houston, Texas

Noriya Uedo, MD
Osaka, Japan

Arnold Wald, MD
Madison, Wisconsin

David Q-H. Wang, MD, PhD*
St. Louis, Missouri

Kenneth K. Wang, MD*
Rochester, Minnesota

Christopher Weber, MD, PhD
Chicago, Illinois

Edward E. Whang, MD
Boston, Massachusetts

M. Michael Wolfe, MD
Boston, Massachusetts

Roy K.H. Wong, MD
Washington, DC

Jackie D. Wood, PhD
Columbus, Ohio

Alexander I. Zaika
Nashville, Tennessee

Shoumin Zhu, MD, PhD
Nashville, Tennesse

Nicholas Zyromski, MD
Indianapolis, Indiana

Stanford Multidisciplinary Seminars Associate Editors
Ramsey C. Cheung, MD, Hepatology
R. Brooke Jeffrey, MD, Radiology
Teri A. Longacre, MD, Pathology
Jeffrey A. Norton, MD, Surgery

*Members of the Gastroenterology Research Group (http://gastroev.org/grg).

 

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