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  • This is great Tiffany, thanks for sharing. We need to think creatively about how to train the new generations and how to fill this gap for everyone providing care for ALD patients. Best, JP ------------------------------ Juan Pablo Arab MD Hepatologist, ... Login

  • Yes, this is a very important issue. Very nice work. Certainly, ongoing educational efforts from the ALD Sig are paramount through webinars / lectures / conferences, etc. Formalizing as part of a standard GI fellowship will be challenging. Would have ... Login

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  • Thank you ------------------------------ Lubomir Skladaný PhD Gastroenterologist Faculty Hospital FD Roosevelt Banská Bystrica ------------------------------ Login

  • Dear All, This morning 1/14/2020 Dr. Ann Daly just gave a very information talk on genetic risks for DILI in our SIG virtual seminar series. After the talk, we also had a great Q & A discussion.  Thanks so much for attending and hope to see you all again ... Login

  • Dear all, Recent survey data collected by the AASLD Alcohol-Associated Liver Disease (ALD) SIG examining provider attitudes and practices for alcohol screening, treatment, and education in ALD, revealed nearly unanimous agreement among responders that ... Login

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  • Please attend if you have time for this great talk. Date: Thursday, January 14 th Time: 11:00am 12:00pm EDT Title: Genetic risk factors for DILI: clinical and mechanistic relevance Presenter: Ann Daly, PhD . University of Newcastle ... Login

  • Massachusetts General Hospital has a newly created opening for an Advanced Transplant Hepatology Fellow position for an ACGME-approved fellowship beginning July 2021 through June 2022. <o:p></o:p> Applicants should have completed a 3-year ACGME-accredited ... Login

  • More great advice--thank you all! Will definitely check out the ERN/IAIHG position paper. To be clear and answer your questions, she's compensated (never HE, ascites, or variceal hemorrhage) but Child's B. I don't think we checked thiopurine metabolites ... Login

  • Hi Michele and thanks for sharing this case! It's never easy and it's a situation we often find ourselves in. Personally, in a case like this I would usually transition from MMF to TAC as has been suggested, and would transition probably only briefly ... Login

  • Dear Michelle, If the flare is not a bad one (ALT Best of luck and happy holidays, Joe Joseph A. Odin, M.D., Ph.D., FAASLD Professor of Medicine Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai Recanati/Miller Transplantation Institute Division of Liver ... Login