AASLD Journals on Ovid support your institution's research

Easy access to current, primary research, and clinical best practices are a critical piece of the puzzle when working toward disease management and prevention. The journals published by the American Association for the Study of Liver Diseases (AASLD) and available on the Ovid platform give clinicians, educators, learners, and researchers a steady stream of peer-reviewed articles, literature reviews, and other topical content to support their research and work.

Key features of AASLD journals in Hepatology

  • Instant access to 4 premier publications
  • Topical coverage ranging from immunology to hepatitis, cirrhosis, liver cancer, and drug metabolism, transplantation outcomes, surgical techniques, and more
  • Offering publish-ahead-of-print
  • Single-query cross-searching of all 4 journals
  • Integrated searching with other Ovid subscriptions
  • Precise, natural-language searching for quick information discovery
  • Automatic email alerts on new issues and articles
  • Time-saving results management, sharing, and annotation tools


Impact Factor: 17.298*

Since 1981, the world’s premier publication focusing on liver disease has published timely, original, peer-reviewed articles related to liver structure, function, and disease. Topics cover immunology, chronic hepatitis, viral hepatitis, cirrhosis, genetic and metabolic liver diseases and their complications, liver cancer, and drug metabolism.

Liver Transplantation

Impact Factor: 6.112*

Surgeons, hepatologists, intensivists, immunologists, and pathologists will gain much from the leading voice in clinical hepatology. It features current, peer-reviewed articles on transplantation, chronic disease, and surgery, with emphasis on liver failure, waitlist outcomes, organ preservation, and other key topics.

Clinical Liver Disease

First published in 2012, this educational resource is geared to physicians, advanced practice nurses, residents, fellows, and students, and focuses on a variety of topics to advance the study and practice of managing liver disease.

Hepatology Communications

Impact Factor: 5.701*

Launched in 2017, this open-access publication offers peer-reviewed, high-quality basic, translational, and clinical research in hepatology.

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