May 2016 #4
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Last week, 21 May 2016, was European obesity day

To continue to raise awareness and increase knowledge about obesity, EASL will host a Monothematic Conference on ‘Nutrition in liver disease’. Alcohol and obesity are two major causes for fatty liver disease, today the most common chronic liver disease in the Western world.
Explore the scientific programme to see which types of nutrition-induced hepatopathies, but also parenteral nutrition-induced cholestasis and liver disease will be addressed. Then, submit your abstract. Deadline 26 August 2016!
Topics to be covered include: Patient management and nutrition in: Alcoholic Liver Disease, NAFLD, IFALD and PNALD, Cirrhosis, ALF, Biliary diseases and Fibrosis.

In support of hepatitis awareness month, attend our Special Conference on 'New perspectives in hepatitis C virus infection – the roadmap for cure' co-organised with the AASLD.

EASL supports Young Investigators by helping them to attend the conference on ‘New perspectives in hepatitis C virus infection - The roadmap for cure’.
EASL offers 2 types of bursaries to the presenting authors of the best accepted abstracts (aged 35 or under, or still in training).

Application for a bursary is available to anyone fulfilling the above criteria, without geographical restrictions! Submit your abstract before 27 June or simply register to this event.

22 September 2016


An update of the HCV EASL recommendations will be presented in Paris on Thursday 22 September 2016 to open the EASL/AASLD Special Conference.

Register now and be the first to access the revised HCV recommendations!

New learner-centric programme for Young Investigators

In an effort to focus on a more ‘problem orientated’ syllabus, a new learner-centric programme has been planned for our clinical school to get student’s involved before and during the course.

15-16 September 2016, Geneva, Switzerland.
Check out the scientific programme and apply now. It’s free!



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