The Liver Meeting® 2019 will provide a forum for the exchange of groundbreaking basic, translational and clinical research in diseases of the liver and biliary tract, and in liver transplantation. This meeting will create an arena for the presentation and interchange of opinions on state-of-the-art care and management of the full spectrum of patients with liver disease.

First time at the meeting?

Here’s a brief guide into the robust educational offerings you will find at The Liver Meeting®, including a preliminary schedule to assist you in making the most out of your meeting experience.

Ticketed Courses

Take advantage of these one-day programs, highlighting the latest advances in research in varying fields.

  • Basic Science Symposium
  • Postgraduate Course
  • AASLD/ILTS Transplant Course
  • AASLD/ASGE Endoscopy Course

Friday is Trainee Day

From Career Development Workshops to the highly anticipated Academic Debates, The Liver Meeting® has a full day of trainee-focused educational offerings.


Saturday – Monday

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.

Sunday is Associates Day

Join us on Sunday for "Associates Day," featuring targeted educational offerings for Advanced Practice Providers.

SIG Programming

Programs sponsored by our 16 SIGs throughout the meeting focus on highly specialized topics in hepatology.


Monday – Tuesday

Now offering four [4] debrief sessions, each providing key highlights from The Liver Meeting®.


To view the full meeting programming details, visit the Online Program here [Coming Summer 2019]. Program-at-a-Glance content is current as of June 2019.


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All presentations at this year's Meeting will be in WIDESCREEN format. To take full advantage of the new widescreen format, we recommend that you build or convert your presentation to 16:9. For more information on how to change an existing 4:3 presentation into a 16:9 widescreen format, review the information below. For your convenience, the AASLD’s official Meeting PowerPoint template is in widescreen format.