The Liver Meeting® provides cutting-edge programming that specifically targets the diverse needs of hepatology professionals. Attendees can expect to learn the most up-to-date clinical and basic research trends in liver disease from renowned experts in the field. Session content features a full spectrum of topics including Hepatitis C, liver transplantation, and value-based care, in addition to common conundrums in the treatment of liver disease, cases and abstract presentations designed to provide insight and global perspectives on treatment and management strategies.
Content for The Liver Meeting® is developed by various AASLD Committees, Special Interest Groups (SIG) and the Scientific Program Committee In addition to Annual Meeting, the content is made up of the following session types:
Ticketed courses offer one to one-and-a-half days of programming and require a separate registration and fee to attend. Courses include the Basic Science Symposium and the Postgraduate Course. In addition to these courses, attendees can choose from Early Morning Workshops, which focus on small group sessions in a specialized area of liver disease or investigation, and enable one-on-one discussion with experts and peers to create an interactive experience, and Meet-the-Professor Luncheons, which are led by well-known experts in the field, these highly interactive sessions provide basic researchers and clinicians the opportunity to network and explore a wide variety of topics in a small group setting.
Co-provided/jointly provided activities also require a separate registration and fee, and enable AASLD to partner with other organizations to deliver multidisciplinary content. Programming includes the AASLD/ASGE Endoscopy Course and the AASLD/ILTS Transplant Course.
Detailed program information is subject to change -- including times, session titles, and faculty. Information is updated as it becomes available leading up to the meeting.