14−16 September 2018
London, United Kingdom
The International Liver Cancer Association (ILCA) is pleased to bring its 12th Annual Conference to the beautiful city of London, United Kingdom, offering a programme with a multidisciplinary and transversal approach, with the objective to encourage and stimulate scientific debate and networking between liver cancer experts from all regions.
Clinical, translational and basic researchers, physicians and allied professionals across liver cancer related disciplines will convene at the ILCA 2018 to share best practices and findings, making this event the premier forum for advancing research in the pathogenesis, prevention, and treatment of liver cancer.
The deadline for early bird registration rates is 25 June 2018.
For more information on ILCA and on ILCA 2018, please visit www.ilca-online.org and www.ilca2018.org .
The Annual Cambridge Liver Symposium is taking place on Friday 28th September at Robinson College, Cambridge.
This event is RCP approved and free to attend.
Download the draft programme here > Download Cam liver symp 2018 programme.pdf
To reserve your place contact Helen Paterson on 01223 586891 or email Helen at email@example.com .
The Frontiers in Hepatology is a one day CPD accredited conference where the focus will be to provide up-to-date information on the gut-liver axis in occurrence of liver damage and multi-organ failure. The content will be of value to all those specialising in Hepatology including, Academics, NHS Consultant and SpR's.
Details are available to download below and on The Foundation for Liver Research website here; http://www.liver-research.org.uk/newsletter/hepatology-conferences.html .
Registration Form: Download Registration Form-Frontiers in Hepatology 2018.pdf
For registration and further details of this conference please contact Enda O’Sullivan, Institute of Hepatology London, Foundation for Liver Research, 111 Coldharbour Lane, London, SE5 9NT. Tel: 020-7255 9833 or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org .
Spaces are limited so early registration is advised.
This one day conference will highlight approaches to improve the quality and quantity of life of solid organ transplant recipients.
Solid organ transplantation is a great success story with more recipients than ever being alive. However, the improvement in short term survival has not been matched by similar increases in long term survival; premature loss of graft and life is related to many factors including recurrent disease, de novo cancers, infection, rejection and cardiovascular disease.
Venue: Medical School, Univeristy of Birmingham
Registration Fee: £20.00.
For more details and to view a programme and reserve your place visit the conference website here > www.birmingham.ac.uk/ipts2018 .
On 14 November 2018 the MCA Annual Symposium on the theme of ‘Risky Drinking’ at the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists in central London.
The MCA Symposium has grown over the last few years and is now one of the foremost conferences on alcohol and health harm. It attracts an ever larger audience of health professionals from all disciplines who value its very wide ranging approach to alcohol from basic science to public health, whilst retaining a clinical focus.
This year the programme will look at different aspects, including Professor Roger Williams on the Lancet Commission on the Liver, Clive Henn from PHE on public health and the PHE’s CQUIN programme to reduce alcohol-related risks, Professor Ketan Patel on the recent elucidation of the molecular basis of alcohol in cancer causation, Dr John Holmes on risk, guideline development and implementation and Professor Colin Drummond on alcohol treatment services.
The 2018 Max Glatt Memorial Lecture will be given by Dr Jane Marshall, Consultant Psychiatrist at South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust, who has had an illustrious career managing alcohol-related health harm including among health professionals.
Please find the booking form here: Download MCASymposium2018Bookform.pdf
Any queries please contact the MCA office directly (020 7487 4445 / email@example.com).
Venue: Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh
Topics: Inflammatory bowel disease; Liver disease; Disorders of nutrition; Endoscopy
The 2nd International Conference on Fatty Liver (ICFL) will take place in Berlin, Germany on June 27-29, 2019.
ICFL 2019 will bring together physicians, researchers and allied health professionals in the field of Hepatology, Gastroenterology, as well as Diabetology, Nutrition, Radiology, and Cardiology, in order to address the growing impact of Fatty Liver and its relationship with the other organs in the body. ICFL 2019 will focus on unifying the global knowledge of Fatty Liver, which has the potential to yield valuable research through multidisciplinary involvement.
Please see the conference website for detailed information.