The Canadian Association for the Study of the Liver is pleased to provide a number of publications and resources to help further scholarship, research and education for members of the Canadian and international hepatology communities.
- our flagship journal, the Canadian Liver Journal, an open-access, peer-reviewed publication;
- guidelines and consensus statements;
- our member newsletter; and
- newsletters and information circulars provided by CASL partners and affiliated organizations
CASL members also receive subscriptions to the following Journals as an additional benefit of membership:
Annals of Hepatology publishes original research on the biology and diseases of the liver in both humans and experimental models. Contributions may be submitted as regular articles. The journal also publishes concise reviews of both basic and clinical topics. Authors interested in contributing reviews are requested to first contact the Editor or one of the Associate Editors with an outline of the proposed article. Clinical case reports are considered if they provide significant new information on a specific disease. Letters to the Editor may be subjected to peer review and undergo editing for clarity and brevity.
Liver International promotes all aspects of the science of hepatology from basic research to applied clinical studies. Providing an international forum for the publication of high quality original research in hepatology, it is an essential resource for everyone working on normal and abnormal structure and function in the liver and its constituent cells, including clinicians and basic scientists involved in the multi-disciplinary field of hepatology.