During Sunday’s AASLD State-of-the-Art Lecture Evolving Management of Cholestatic Liver Diseases, Cynthia Levy, MD, FAASLD, will discuss the treatment of primary biliary cholangitis and primary sclerosing cholangitis, the two most common causes of chronic cholestatic liver disease in adults.
AASLD will feature the most innovative research in its two plenary sessions at DDW®, according to AASLD President Ronald J. Sokol, MD, FAASLD. The Basic Science Plenary Session will be held Sunday morning and the Clinical Science Plenary Session will be held Monday morning. Each will offer something for all AASLD members and DDW attendees.
Elizabeth (Lizzie) Aby, MD, shares her favorite aspects of DDW® and digestive disease research, which speaker she would most like to have coffee with, and what she plans to do after the meeting when she returns home to Los Angeles, CA.
Welcome to Washington, D.C. and Digestive Disease Week® (DDW) 2018! Read on to learn information you’ll need to make your first day go smoothly.
AASLD’s educational programming at DDW® is designed to provide a broad education on hot liver disease topics for general gastroenterologists, and deeper learning for hepatologists seeking information on the latest research and treatment advances, according to AASLD Secretary Kimberly A. Brown, MD, FAASLD.
The editors of AASLD’s flagships journals, HEPATOLOGY and Liver Transplantation, have organized a comprehensive update on important advances in chronic liver disease for this year’s Hepatology Update: The Year in Review. David Cohen, MD, PhD, FAASLD, editor in chief of HEPATOLOGY, and Paul Martin, MD, FAASLD, editor in chief of Liver Transplantation, will moderate.
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Continue your education and discussions from Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month at Digestive Disease Week® (DDW) 2018.
Digestive Disease Week® (DDW) is now accepting late-breaking abstracts for DDW 2018.