February 2016 #2
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This year’s general hepatology sessions at ILC 2016 cover wide multidisciplinary topics ranging from molecular and cellular biology, liver tissue engineering, and animal models to the latest in diagnostics, disease staging, liver transplantation, and regenerative medicine.

Catch-up with the latest in ultrasound elastography technologies and get hands-on practice. Attend the Grand Rounds on benign liver tumours, vascular liver disease, and liver transplantation, and increase your awareness in the EU and public health sessions.

Young Investigators and Nurses - there are also dedicated forums and presentations especially for you!
 

Get ready! Start preparing your research

If you haven't yet submitted your research for presentation at The International Liver CongressTM 2016, but want to have your data showcased, starting preparing for the late breaker abstracts. The ILC 2016 submission platform will open 15 February 2016 and will only be accessible for 10 days. 
 

With your support, EASL has accomplished so much, but there is still a lot to do


Make the difference. Get involved.

Renew your EASL membership to enjoy reduced fees for The International Liver CongressTM 2016.

 

Today is your last chance

EASL Monothematic Conference 
NASH: Beyond the acronym, certainties and clinical dilemmas  
12-14 May 2016
Riga, Latvia
 

You have until tonight to submit your abstract. Present your NASH research to hundreds of experts and colleagues.
Discover the scientific programme and submit your findings today!

Hall of Fame, 2009 Copenhagen





Read about the influential experts who have impacted hepatology and received EASL Recognition Awards for their outstanding achievements.

Prof. Ding-Shinn Chen, cited by Prof. Anna Suk-Fong Lok
Prof. Raoul Poupon, cited by Prof. Ulrich Beuers
Prof. Daniel Shouval, cited by Prof. Michael P. Manns

 
 
 

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