These highly interactive, small group sessions are opportunities for attendees to engage with well-known liver disease experts. Both researchers and clinicians can ask questions, explore a wide variety of timely topics and network with both peers and leaders in the field.
Note: Meet-the-Professor Luncheons require a separate ticket.
Saturday, November 9
Clinical: 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm
Basic: 11:45 am - 1:15 pm
Continuing Medical Education
To view full programming being offered at The Liver Meeting®, visit the 2019 Online Program. [Coming Summer 2019]
- Meet-the-Professor Luncheons: Clinical
- Meet-the-Professor Luncheons: Basic
- MTP - 01
Ask the Expert on Cirrhosis: What are the Best Strategies to Avoid Readmissions?
- MTP - 02
Ask the Expert on Portal Hypertension: Are There Useful Clinical and Laboratory Predictors to Identify and Treat Portal Hypertension?
- MTP - 03
Ask the Expert on Hepatitis B: What are the Best Treatment and Monitoring Strategies?
Marc G. Ghany
- MTP - 04
Ask the Expert on Hepatitis C: HCV – Special Population
- MTP - 05
Ask the Expert on Autoimmune Hepatitis: What is the Best Strategy to Treat Patients Who Relapse After Reduction of Immunosuppression?
- MTP - 06
Clinical Studies in NAFLD: Where are We Now?
Michael R. Charlton
- MTP - 07
Challenges in Pediatric NASH
- MTP - 08
Emerging Treatments in Alcoholic Liver Disease
- MTP - 09
Management of the Critically Ill Cirrhotic Patient
Oren K. Fix
- MTP - 10
Using Hepatitis C Positive and PHS Increased Risk Organs: Practice and Pitfalls
- MTP - 11
Immunosuppression Withdrawal in the Transplant Child: Where Do We Stand?
- MTP - 12
Personalizing Immunosuppression in the Adult Liver Transplant Recipient
- MTP - 13
Interpreting Genetic Testing in Cholestasis: Kids and Adults
- MTP - 14
When to Pursue Bariatric Surgery in Patients with Advanced NASH
- MTP - 15
Screening for Hepatic Encephalopathy – Does My Patient Have Minimal Encephalopathy?