Sign In

Saturday, November 09, 2019 - 8:00 am to 5:00 pm
Add to Calendar

Liver is the most important metabolic organ, and constantly exposes to external and internal damaging factors that are of infectious, genetics, chemical, hormonal, oxidative, ischemic or mechanic nature. Liver is also known to be the organ with a powerful ability to regenerate and repair itself. Significant progresses have been made in and novel tools have been developed for the understanding of the mechanism of liver regeneration and repair, which facilitate the clinical applications in rescuing and restoring liver function. This symposium will provide the platform for the leading experts in this field to report to the community of the latest development, to exchange ideas and to develop new approaches for the advancement of the field.

Learn more about the 2019 Basic Science Symposium.