We are delighted to welcome Drs Amy Hosmer and Andrew Yen as the newest additions to our Editorial Review Board. Their record of dedication (former top reviewer awardees) should serve as a wonderful example to authors and reviewers who are at the early stages of their career.
Amy E. Hosmer, MD
Clinical Assistant Professor
University Hospitals Cleveland Digestive Health Institute
“I have found GIE to be a very rewarding experience. By reviewing submitted manuscripts to GIE, I am able to stay up to date with cutting edge endoscopic management strategies and techniques, which subsequently translates to improved patient care. In addition, participation in the manuscript review process is a rewarding experience as it helps to shape journal content for the readership.”
Andrew W. Yen, MD, MAS, FACG, FASGE, AGAF
Chief of Endoscopy and Associate Chief of Gastroenterology
Sacramento VA Medical Center, Veterans Affairs Northern California Health Care System
Assistant Clinical Professor of Medicine
University of California Davis School of Medicine
Research interests: Investigation of novel endoscopic techniques for optimizing the detection and removal of pre-malignant gastrointestinal lesions, with a current focus on water-aided endoscopy.
“Reviewing for GIE is an important part of my practice as a gastroenterologist. In addition to assisting the journal with its broader mission of advancing the field of endoscopy, reviewing manuscripts for new and cutting-edge research also has a positive impact on my personal growth as a clinician, investigator, and educator. In the rapidly evolving area of endoscopy, the opportunity to read and critique current articles from talented researchers in our field is invaluable, and being able to integrate new developments and knowledge into daily practice directly and positively impacts patient care.”