We are pleased to announce the election of new Governing Board and Foundation Board members who will begin their terms in January 2019. The 2018 Nominating Committee met on April 19 and selected finalists for the positions of Councilor, Secretary, Foundation Board Trustee, Councilor-at-Large and the 2019 Nominating Committee. Disclosures of potential conflicts of interest […] Read more
Membership Election: September 14 – October 5 The 2019 Nominating Committee selected the following slates for the fall election ballot. Regular, Fellow and Emeritus members will elect a Councilor-at-Large and two members for the 2019 Nominating Committee. Slate for Councilor-at-Large (2019-2021) Kenneth D. Chavin, MD, PhD – University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center David Mulligan, MD, […] Read more
The 2018 Congress of the Asociación Latinoamericana para el Estudio del Hígado (ALEH) takes place September 20-23 in Punta Cana, Dominican Republic, and AASLD and ALEH are collaborating to bring attendees two fantastic courses. This is a special congress for the ALEH as they are celebrating their 50th anniversary as an association. AASLD is supporting […] Read more
AASLD is excited to announce a new global partnership. This August, AASLD is collaborating with the Ghana Association for the Study of Liver and Digestive Diseases (GASLIDD) to host the first Hepatology Connect program in Africa in conjunction with the Fourth Annual GASLIDD Meeting. Led by course organizers Drs. Adwoa Agyei-Nkansah and Lewis Roberts, the two-day […] Read more
There is still time to secure your spot for AASLD’s Transplant Hepatology Board Review Course. The course will help prepare attendees for the transplant hepatology and pediatric transplant hepatology exams as it reflects the ABIM/ABP exam blueprint. The course will provide a comprehensive review of topics covered on the exam so that attendees will feel comfortable and knowledgeable going into the exam. High yield clinical topics covered will ensure that the attendee has all the tools necessary to excel.
Register today, as seating for the course is limited and only a handful of seats remain. If you are planning to attend, register in advance – we may not be able to accommodate onsite registrations. We hope to see you in Dallas in a few weeks!
If you cannot attend the live meeting, the on-demand version of the course will be available by the end of August on LiverLearning®. To be notified about the online version as soon as it is available, please sign up for the 2018 THBRC On-Demand Notification List.
Register now for this year’s Single Topic Conference, Hepatic Fibrosis: New Concepts and Controversies. The conference will provide a comprehensive look at updates and issues in the field of fibrosis, with a focus on translational aspects of these new discoveries. From the microbiome and the liver, to NASH-related fibrosis, the conference will take a deep dive into various clinical fibrosis topics. The future research direction of hepatic fibrosis will also be covered to investigate the path for novel therapies. Take advantage of discounted rates by August 17!
AASLD is proud to endorse the 2018 James W. Freston Conference. The conference focus this year is on integrating new paradigms in pathophysiology to advance treatment for obesity and metabolic disease, and will be held August 18-19 at the Key Bridge Marriott Hotel in Arlington, VA. Click here for details.