In 2018, AASLD Foundation is helping bring 62 promising early-career investigators to The Liver Meeting® to attend and present their work to an international audience.
Congratulations to the 2018 Abstract Award recipients. These awardees will present their research at The Liver Meeting® in San Francisco, CA November 9-13.
These $1,000 awards enable mid-level professionals submitting abstracts for The Liver Meeting® to receive travel support.
These $1,000 awards recognize outstanding young basic science researchers submitting abstracts to The Liver Meeting®.
These $1,000 awards enable young clinical / translational researchers submitting abstracts to The Liver Meeting® to receive travel support.
This $1,000 award is given for the best abstract submitted by a fellow to The Liver Meeting®.
These $1,500 awards provide travel support to young international researchers submitting abstracts for The Liver Meeting®.
This $1,500 award provides travel support to a young international researcher from Korea who submitted an abstract for The Liver Meeting®.
These $1,000 travel awards enable liver transplant and/or hepatology biliary surgery fellows submitting abstracts for The Liver Meeting® to receive travel support.
The purpose of this $1,000 award is to foster excellence in pediatric liver disease research. The award is given to a physician/scientist with a primary appointment affiliation in a department of pediatrics.
The annual award of $3,000 is given to the investigator presenting the most promising PSC research at The Liver Meeting®.
The purpose of this $1,000 award is to recognize high quality research undertaken by a resident in training.
This $1,000 award is given to a student who is the primary contributor to the research study in the abstract submitting to The Liver Meeting®.
Dr. Angulo was an exceptional clinical researcher who earned international prestige for his work on autoimmune and fatty liver disease. The goal of this $2,500 award is to encourage clinical research in non-alcoholic fatty liver disease.
This $2,500 award is presented to a fellow or junior investigator who submits the most outstanding abstract on hepatocellular carcinoma research for The Liver Meeting®.
Dr. Rodríguez-Torres was a renowned researcher and treater of HCV. She treated her patients with the utmost respect and care, and never gave up finding a cure for Hepatitis C. A pioneer for the latest treatments for HIV-HCV patients, Maribel dedicated her entire life to her work. The goal of this memorial $2,500 award is to encourage young investigators residing in Latin America or Spain to pursue research in the area of Hepatitis C.
This award is named in recognition of Dr. Leonard B. Seeff’s legacy as a leader in the field of hepatology, his commitment to training future leaders, and his many contributions to both hepatology and AASLD over the past half century. The goal of this $2,500 award is to inspire young investigators to present their research at The Liver Meeting®.
This $2,500 award recognizes and encourages young investigators residing in the Middle East to present their research at The Liver Meeting®.