The annual Liver Meeting® concluded last month, but your exploration of the liver didn’t have to end there. Continue your liver education at Digestive Disease Week® (DDW) 2019.

DDW 2019, being held May 18-21 in San Diego, CA, offers an assortment of sessions devoted to the newest advances and latest topics in liver disease. Scientific sessions with content dedicated to liver research will take place in a variety of formats including Clinical Symposia, Research Forums and State-of-the-Art-Lectures. To assist you in your navigation of these sessions at DDW, you can use DDW Tracks. DDW Tracks provide you with the ability to search all sessions by topic or theme, making it easy for you to find the sessions that are most relevant to you. For your continued liver education, simply sort by the Liver Disease and Transplantation track. Below, you will find an early sampling of some liver-related sessions taking place each day of DDW. Make sure to check thr blog leading up to the meeting for some other popular DDW Tracks.

Session Title Session Format Date
Emerging Roles of Intestinal Transporters in IBD and Beyond Translational Symposium May 18
Hepatology Update: The Year in Review Hepatology Update May 18
GI and Liver Complications of Immunotherapies Clinical Symposium May 18
Preventing Hospitalization for Populations with Decompensated Cirrhosis Clinical Symposium May 19
Liver Diseases in Adolescents Breakfast Connections May 19
A Day of Liver Consults Clinical Symposium May 19
Advanced Liver Disease Research Forum May 20
Alcoholic Liver Disease: Epidemiology, Pathogenesis and Treatment Clinical Symposium May 20
Update on the Management of Gastroesophageal Varices Clinical Symposium May 20
Managing the Spectrum of Cholestatic Liver Disease Meet-the-Professor Luncheons May 20
AGA’s O Melhor do DDW Committee Sponsored Symposium May 21
Hepatocellular Cancer: Pathogenesis, Diagnosis and Treatment Clinical Symposium May 21
Best of DDW 2019 Clinical Symposium May 21
Liver Transplant for Extended Criteria Recipients State-of-the-Art Lecture May 21