American Journal of Transplantation

Due to COVID-19, Wiley has made the decision to suspend all printing and distribution of journal issues until further notice. Online access will continue. If you have trouble accessing the online journal, please email for assistance.

The American Society of Transplant Surgeons encourages its members to support the American Journal of Transplantation (AJT). As the official journal of the ASTS and AST, we are pleased to announce the AJT is the top ranked journal in its field. The AJT is published monthly and provides high quality content on a wide range of transplant related topics. As a benefit of membership, all ASTS members have access to the online version of the AJT. Regular Members receive the monthly print version in addition to the online version.

Contact Information

American Journal of Transplantation
Editorial Office
2200 W Main St
Suite 720A
Durham, NC 27705
Twitter: @amjtransplant
Tel: 919-684-2220
Fax: 919-681-2779


American Journal of Transplantation

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Get complete issues of the American Journal of Transplantation on your iPad! This full-text journal issue app offers complete access to new issues of the journal and includes:

  • Subscribe option allows you to automatically background download new issues as they publish
  • Downloaded issues are always available, even offline!
  • Configurable push-notifications alert you to new issues
  • Networking features to easily share articles with colleagues – emailed articles include the first page of text
  • Bookmarks to save important articles for easy reference later
  • Intuitive bookmark management system
  • Adjustable font sizes for articles
  • Search across the full text of all downloaded issues
Got questions? Check out the app instructions.

The American Journal of Transplantation charges a standard fee of $50.00 USD for all unsolicited submissions with the exception of revised manuscripts and Letters to the Editor. This fee covers expenses for the processing and evaluation of your submission by office staff and Editors. AJT participates in the Wiley Transplant Peer Review Network (TxPRN), a consortium of 6 journals formed to simplify the publication process for authors and reduce the time and effort involved in the peer review of transplantation research. External peer review and network referral are not guaranteed by payment of the AJT submission fee.