ILC 2017 Scientific programme: Delivering the latest in hepatology research
Get ready for the upcoming International Liver Congress 2017! The scientific programme will offer a variety of sessions, symposia, and workshops reflecting the multidisciplinarity of our specialty. Take part, showcase your research, and interact with your peers from around the world.
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State of the Art Lectures
Hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC), the third leading cause of cancer death worldwide, will be the main focus of the state of the art lectures. EASL has invited world-class specialists and scientists Profs. Mike N. Hall and Vincenzo Mazzaferro to deliver the latest on HCC research and patient management.
Post Graduate Course (PGC)
The complexity of liver diseases makes the diagnosis and patient management challenging. The aim of this course is to provide hepatology professionals with a multidisciplinary approach to patients suffering from these pathologies.
Basic Science Seminars
Chronic liver diseases represent a major health burden and transplantation remains the only efficient treatment for these patients. New therapies are urgently needed. The basic science seminars at ILC 2017 will review the latest in the field of hepatic regenerative medicine and bring you updates on the progression of this research.
The ILC 2017 website will open next week! 30 September 2016
Get ready to register and start submitting your abstracts.
Abstract submission will close 22 November 2016
Early registration fees will end 31 December 2016
ILC 2017 Exhibition and Sponsorship news
The annual EASL meeting provides multiple opportunities to:
- Exchange expertise
- Network with renowned professionals at international level
- Broaden your knowledge in hepatology
- Stay up-to-date with advanced and innovative medical findings
See the Rai exhibition floor plan.
For exhibition and sponsorship enquiries please contact ILC.Industry@easloffice.eu
View or download the Industry and Sponsorship brochure
See you in Amsterdam, 19-23 April 2017
The EASL Office