FRONTIERS IN HEPATOLOGY VIII – ALCOHOL & NON-ALCOHOLIC STEATOHEPATITIS
One day CPD accredited conference and the content would be of value to all those specialising in Hepatology and Gastroenterology including, Academics, NHS Consultants and SpR’s.
Date:Tuesday 8th October 2019
Venue: The Institute of Hepatology London, 111 Coldharbour Lane, London, SE5 9NT
This event brings together a number of ‘thought-leaders’ and experts to highlight the increasing prevalence of ASH/NASH and aims to provide an overview of the pathogenesis, epidemiology and therapeutic implications of this co-morbidity, with a particular focus on the overlapping causes and pathways.
A programme and application form can be downloaded from the Foundation for Liver Research website > http://www.liver-research.org.uk/newsletter/hepatology-conferences.html or below.
Download a copy of the programme here > Download Frontiers programme R1 19.pdf
An application form to register for the meeting can be downloaded here > Download Registration Form Frontiers in Hepatology.pdf
For more details, please contact Enda O’Sullivan on 020-7255 9833 or e-mail:email@example.com.
LONDON LIVER REGENERATIVE MEDICINE NETWORK
Workshop 31st October 2019
This is the second Workshop of the London Liver Regenerative Medicine Network, which is being planned for Thursday 31st October 2019 at the Institute of Hepatology London.
The aim of the Network is to provide a platform for the London Liver Regenerative Medicine research community and facilitate inter/multidisciplinary collaboration across the London Universities and Institutes. The half-day Workshop will highlight the current research in hepatic regenerative medicine and tissue engineering, including cell therapy, organ-on-a-chip, bio-artificial hepatic systems and stem cell biology, to discuss the challenges and future directions for the progression of this field and identify research opportunities for collaborations.
The meeting will include two Keynote Sessions and two Bright Sparks Sessions with shorter talks.
The meeting will be held in the Seminar room of the Institute of Hepatology and will be restricted to 70 persons to facilitate discussion.
For details please contact Dr Luca Urbani on 020-72559843 or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Draft programme: Download LLRM workshop - Programme 2019 draft.pdf.