August 2015 #4
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Summer is slowly drifting away, but activity remains high at the EASL office. See what events we have on offer in the coming months, and plan your trips to take an active role in Hepatology! 

Plan your visit to Glasgow


Take part in discussions on cirrhosis; hepatitis virus infection, excessive alcohol consumption, metabolic syndrome (NASH), and autoimmunity.

The EASL Conference 'Addressing end-stage liver disease' will cover many aspects related to pathophysiology, prognosis, treatment, organ support, and liver transplantation.


View the complete scientific programme.

Sign up today for EASL's next Monothematic Conference


Join EASL experts in London to enhance your knowledge on the pathogenesis of autoimmune hepatitis, broaden your understanding of clinical aspects, learn about recent advances, and hear about research needs.

The programme is designed to foster interaction between delegates and speakers, and the programme and abstract book is available as a pdf here

Get the programme and abstracts today - download the Conference App now!


We look forward to welcoming you to London!

EASL Masterclass goes to Mezzana Bigli


 

Apply before 25 September, 2015

In addition to a presentation skills workshop, this year's Masterclass will include Special Lectures on:

  • The story of EASL
  • The story of my life by Roger Williams
  • Hepatology in the future by Didier Samuel

More info

Apply for Short-Term Training


 

EASL support will enable you to take up to 3 months out of your daily routine to travel to a host European institution. We encourage Young Investigators to apply for the Andrew K. Burroughs short-term training fellowship to boost their careers.

CELD Budapest Conference

The "Cost-Effectiveness In Liver Disorders: From Prevention to Transplantation" EASL-endorsed event has been postponed until – 23-25 June 2016. 
More info
 
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