Conferences and Meetings

FRONTIERS IN HEPATOLOGY - Alcohol & Non-alcoholic Steatohepatitis

                                                8th October 2019    

Venue: The Institute of Hepatology London, 111 Coldharbour Lane, London, SE5 9NT

                            REGISTRATION IS NOW CLOSED - FULLY BOOKED

A one day CPD accredited conference where the focus will be to provide up-to-date information on alcoholic and non-alcoholic steatohepatitis based on causative factors being present in substantial numbers of patients in the UK and worldwide, and with some overlapping of phenotypes.  The content will be of value to all those specialising in Hepatology including, Academics, NHS Consultant and SpR's.

For registration and details of this conference please contact Enda O'Sullivan, Institute of Hepatology, 111 Coldharbour Lane, London, SE5 9NT

Tel: 020-7255 9833 or e-mail: e.o'sullivan@researchinliver.org.uk

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SAVE THE DATE:  THURSDAY 31 OCTOBER 2019 

London Liver Regenerative Medicine Network meeting 

Details and programme:  https://www.basl.org.uk/index.cfm/events/list/cid/16/eid/2

Organiser:  l.urbani@researchinliver.org.uk

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International Liver Congress™ 2020

Join experts in liver disease from around the world in London, 15-19 April 2020. Discover the latest findings in the hepatology field at EASL’s flagship event, by attending The International Liver Congress™.

Medical experts and specialists will share recent data, present studies and findings, and discuss the hottest topics on liver disease. The annual Congress attracts delegates from all over the world making this a truly international networking opportunity!

 Link: https://ilc-congress.eu/

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SAVE THE DATE: THURSDAY 16 APRIL 2020

Reunion of the Old Boys and Girls of the KIng's Liver Unit and the Institute of Hepatology, London

To be held at ExCEL London, venue of the EASL Annual Meeting 2020

Organiser:  n.day@researchinliver.org.uk

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