There are a variety of ways you can partner with AGA to advance the science and practice of gastroenterology. Scroll down to learn about key sponsorship areas, or contact Nancy Chill to discuss.
AGA administers research awards through the AGA Research Foundation, which raises funds from external sources to support young researchers in gastroenterology and hepatology. This past year, the foundation provided more than $2.5 million in research support to 66 awardees. The foundation administers multiple awards including the Research Scholars Awards and the Pilot Research Awards.
AGA produces a suite of educational products to support GI practitioners throughout their career, including the Digestive Diseases Self Education Program (DDSEP), the GI Self-Assessment Modules and the Postgraduate Course. AGA is committed to developing interprofessional educational platforms and supporting cutting-edge technology in CME. AGA also works with medical education companies to target members of the GI team and other specialties.
AGA publishes multiple journals, newspapers and magazines, including Gastroenterology, Clinical Gastroenterology & Hepatology, Cellular and Molecular Gastroenterology and Hepatology, Gastroenterology & Hepatology News, AGA Perspectives, AGA eDigest and The New Gastroenterologist. All publications are available online and in print. AGA also develops stand-alone products — including monographs, supplements, microsites and disease-specific materials — which are available for sponsorship.
AGA is dedicated to advancing the field. To support innovation, AGA created three centers focused on cutting edge research in diagnostics, treatment and patient care.
Practice and Quality
AGA provides information and guidance to help GIs provide high-value care. Clinical practice guidelines and updates, clinical service lines, referral guides and quality measures support practitioners’ needs.
Patient Education and Information
AGA develops up-to-date and easy-to-read materials that physicians can share with their patients at the point of care. Currently covering 25 topics, patient education materials can be disseminated through paper, interactive online and video platforms.
Communications and Public Awareness
AGA produces relevant and timely information for the public in a variety of areas. Through satellite media tours and disease awareness information, AGA can have an impact on the public’s knowledge of GI diseases and disorders. Work with us to help spread awareness of a condition or disease your organization is passionate about.
AGA develops and disseminates resources for GI trainees and fellows to support continued learning and career development. Resources include videos, a quarterly publication The New Gastroenterologist, the Gastroenterology Training Examination, a job board and mentoring programs.
Are you ready to take the next step?
Please contact Nancy Chill, vice president, corporate relations and business development.