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  • Happy Sunday, ACLF SIG! Check out this interesting article from the distinguished team at University of Padova, Italy. https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S1542356519310845 In this article, Piano and colleagues ... Login

  • GI/Hepatology Fellows & Early Career Investigators – What career experience/training issues concern you as a result of COVID-19? Provide your feedback in this 1 question poll: https://www.surveygizmo.com/s3/5708703/Trainee-and-Early-Career-Experience-in-Hepatology-during-COVID-19 ... Login

  • Dear speakers and attendees,   Thank you for your participation to the Virtual Liver Biology Seminar series.  Owing to you, our virtual Liver Biology seminar was successfully ended.  I hope this seminar series was helpful to connect liver researchers ... Login

  • Please join a Virtual Liver Biology Seminar on Thursday July 2 nd at 11AM (EDT) .  This will be the last seminar in this format.  The speaker is ✨ Dr. Takanori Takebe ✨, an exceptional scientist, from Cincinnati Children's Hospital.  His talk entitles ... Login

  • Thank you Dr. Hanje! There are a lot of interest in the interface between palliative care consult and cirrhosis over the past decade.  ACLF, now being recognized in several society guidelines as an important syndrome (EASL, ACG and soon AASLD),  represents ... Login

  • I read this recent article in Hepatology with interest and I offer it for your consideration. In dealing with this critically ill patient population, transplant is often the primary focus and with good reason. The authors correctly highlight early on ... Login

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  • Our 14 th virtual liver biology seminar (6/25) was given by ⭐️ Kirk Wangensteen, MD, PhD ⭐️  from the University of Pennsylvania.  Kirk gave a fantastic talk on genetic screening in vivo in the liver.  He introduced us innovative technologies of ... Login

  • Virtual Liver Biology Seminar series: Date/Time: Thursday June 25th, 11 AM (US Eastern time) Speaker: Dr. Kirk Wangensteen (U of Pennsylvania) Title: "Genetic screening in vivo in the liver"   Zoom Meeting:    https://zoom.us/j/99265946818 ... Login

  • Hello Everyone, Just a reminder that there is only 1 week left to submit your comments for the NIDDK's Request for Information. If there are any questions, do not hesitate to contact me. Best regards, ------------------------------ John Lingerfelt ... Login

  • Hello Everyone, Just a reminder that there is only 1 week left to submit your comments for the NIDDK's Request for Information. If there are any questions, do not hesitate to contact me. Best regards, ------------------------------ John Lingerfelt ... Login