The latest Impact Factors have been released and are updated in our site!

Not a Current Subscriber?

Subscribe Now

4993 Journals
3420 Congresses
8400+ Unique Records

Current Gastroenterology Reports

Title Abbreviation
Curr Gastroenterol Rep
Electronic ISSN
As the field of gastroenterology and hepatology rapidly evolves, the wealth of published literature can be overwhelming. The aim of the journal is to help readers stay abreast of such advances by offering authoritative, systematic reviews by leading experts. We accomplish this aim by appointing Section Editors who invite international experts to contribute review articles that highlight recent developments and important papers published in the past year. Major topics in gastroenterology are covered, including pediatric gastroenterology, neuromuscular disorders, infections, nutrition, and inflammatory bowel disease. These reviews provide clear, insightful summaries of expert perspectives relevant to clinical practice. An Editorial Board of internationally diverse members suggests topics of special interest to their country/region and ensures that topics are current and include emerging research. We also provide commentaries from well-known figures in the field.
Sponsoring Association(s)
No associations affiliated with this journal
Publisher Name
Springer Publishing Company
To see more details about Current Gastroenterology Reports, Subscribe Now!
Electronic Circulation Acceptance to Online Publication Rejection Rate Frequency Journal Contact Author Submission Guidelines


"PubsHub [Journals & Congresses] is an indispensable tool when trying to find the perfect home for a manuscript. It is an unbeatable aid when it comes to wise and efficient journal selection."
– Kait G
Editorial-Project Editor
"It’s useful for establishing publication timelines, communicating them to management and setting expectations accordingly"
– Michael K.
Medical Communications Leader
"…a gold mine of information for clinicians and scientists who are trying to determine where to publish their research."
- Weill Cornell Medical Library