AASLD is a global association committed to connecting scientists, physicians, surgeons and other health care providers interested in liver disease around the world.
AASLD embraces its international membership. AASLD members represent more than 100 countries globally. AASLD’s 16 Special Interest Groups each have their own global sub-committee that represent the needs of our international members. Become an AASLD member.
AASLD celebrates its relationships with the Latin American Association for the Study of the Liver, the Asia-Pacific Association for the Study of the Liver, and the European Association for the Study of the Liver. AASLD regularly collaborates with these three international societies as well as numerous national societies to offer the best and most up-to-date scientific content at educational programs throughout the world.
Some of these collaborations include:
AASLD also endorses scientific and educational programs initiated by other organizations that focus on the science and/or practice of hepatology. Programs are selected based on AASLD mission alignment, member benefit and prudent use resources.
To get more information current AASLD Global Outreach activities or to inquire about potential future opportunities to engage with AASLD, send an email to email@example.com.
The global mission of the AASLD is to provide worldwide engagement and collaboration with professional societies through education, research and clinical practice in liver diseases.
To promote productive interactions between AASLD and its national and international constituents through partnerships with liver-related scientific associations worldwide, in order to advance the science and practice of hepatology around the world.
For a list of the AASLD members currently serving on the Global Outreach and Engagement Committee and for additional information, visit the Global Outreach and Engagement Committee webpage.
AASLD developed a Global Advisory Council to support and inform the work of the Global Outreach and Engagement Committee. This Global Advisory Council has representation from our Regional Councils in Asia-Pacific, Latin-America and soon the Middle-East, Africa, and Europe.
For a list of the AASLD members currently serving on the Global and Regional Advisory Councils and for additional information, visit the Global Outreach and Engagement Committee webpage.
AASLD has begun to launch Regional Advisory Councils for each of the following regions around the world:
Comprised of 8-10 AASLD members specially selected to serve as ambassadors of AASLD to the larger hepatology community in their country and/or region. The AASLD Global and Regional Advisory Councils will provide input and advice to the Global Outreach and Engagement Committee on:
The aim of the AASLD Hepatology Connect programs is to work with a local association or society to develop and implement a one and one-half- to two-day meeting that includes both didactic and interactive sessions.
Part 1 of the program addresses the needs of early career investigators in terms of research development and publication of their research in international journals.
Part 2 of the program involves US-based AASLD faculty sharing of the Best of AASLD content from recent meetings and journal publications as well as the latest practice guidelines. This is then followed by presentations by local faculty who present local research and apply the guidelines and research presented by US faculty to the needs of the region.
Upcoming Connect Programs
For more information about these Connect programs or if your association or society would like to work with AASLD to plan a Hepatology Connect program in your region, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The aim of the workshops is to bring US and local faculty together to provide a mix of didactic sessions and small group research mentoring for local early career investigators.
Upcoming Joint Research Workshops
Upcoming Joint Symposia
For more information about these research workshops and joint symposia or if your association or society would like to work with AASLD to plan a research workshop or joint symposium in your region, send an email to email@example.com.
What is AASLD Endorsement?
Who is eligible to request endorsement?
What types of programs are eligible for endorsement?
What is the process for endorsement and what are the selection criteria?
Applications for endorsement are reviewed by the Global Outreach and Engagement Committee, which will determine whether the eligibility requirements are met based on the submitted application and supporting information. AASLD reserves the right to decline any request without comment.
The over-arching principles for AASLD to endorse an educational/scientific program of another organization include:
How do I submit an application for endorsement?
What are the organization’s responsibilities once a program has been endorsed?
A copy of the final program, number of participants, and participant evaluation of the program, if available, is to be submitted via email to firstname.lastname@example.org within three months of completion of the program.
Improper use of the AASLD name and logo or failure to comply with the post-approval oversight information outlined above will result in future applications being deemed ineligible.
AASLD proudly collaborates with hepatology societies and foundations around the world.