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Is intestinal microbiota critically involved in metabolic inflammation?

Join us in Innsbruck, Austria, February 26-28, 2015 to find out.

With only 3 weeks until the EASL Microbiota, Metabolism and NAFLD conference begins it’s time to register to secure your seat.

NAFLD has evolved over recent years as the most common liver disease worldwide paralleled by the obesity pandemic. Metabolic and inflammatory aspects have been increasingly recognized to play a crucial role in obesity and related disorders including NAFLD.

At the EASL Monothematic Conference we will discuss the key role of metabolic and immune processes as driving forces in these diseases.


Final chance to apply for EASL Registry Research Grant and €150,000

The online application platform will close later today: send us your project details to apply for up to €150,000!

If you plan to collect data on liver disease go to the EASL Registry Data Collection Grant webpage and collaborate with EASL.


Check out the liver cirrhosis and complications EASL school programme

Why should delegates attend?
Cirrhosis and its whole spectrum of diseases are major causes of morality in Russia and Eastern Europe.
The programme of our EASL school consists of lectures which cover this topic.

What they will learn?
Delegates will hear about the latest achievements, diagnosis, and treatments in this field.

Young Investigators – take the opportunity to participate in the EASL Clinical School of Hepatology in Moscow, Russia. 

Application is free! Places are reserved for those under 35 and/or still in training, and priority is given to EASL members. 

Application Deadline: February 27.



Abstract submission for liver disease in resource limited settings conference ends February 27

Experts including EASL Secretary General, Markus Peck, and ex-Secretary General, Mark Thursz, will come together in Bucharest, Romania to talk about:
  • Epidemiology of liver disease in Eastern Europe & Africa
  • Management of Alcoholic Liver Disease, NAFLD and HCC in Eastern Europe
  • Hepatitis B, Hepatitis C and Delta: Special issues in RLS
  • Liver Transplantation Programmes in Eastern Europe

Discover the complete scientific programme and submit your abstract now!
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