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at The Liver Meeting
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Mark Your Calendars
Registration for The Liver Meeting opens this July. Register early to ensure you get the lowest rates and access to the hottest ticketed sessions (which sell out FAST!).See Rates
- Abstract Submission Deadline: May 24
- Housing Opens: Late July
- Early Bird Registration Opens: Late July
- Late-Breaking Abstract Submission: Sept. 14-26
Why Attend The Liver Meeting
Join us at the Hynes Convention Center in Boston, November 10-14 for:
- Unparalleled Scientific Program: Immerse yourself in the latest breakthroughs, advancements, and research in liver health. Engage with renowned experts, participate in interactive sessions, and gain insights that will shape the future of liver care.
- Networking Opportunities: Connect with a diverse community of professionals, including hepatologists, researchers, clinicians, surgeons, and industry leaders. Forge valuable collaborations, exchange knowledge, and broaden your professional network.
- Educational Workshops: Enhance your skills and expertise through specialized workshops and hands-on training sessions. Learn about cutting-edge techniques, emerging therapies, and innovative approaches to liver disease management.
- Exhibition Hall: Explore the dynamic exhibition hall featuring state-of-the-art technologies, pharmaceutical developments, and groundbreaking medical devices. Engage with industry experts, witness live demonstrations, and stay up-to-date with the latest advancements in liver health.
- Thought-Provoking Symposia: Attend thought-provoking symposia led by distinguished experts. Gain insights into the challenges and opportunities facing liver health today, and participate in discussions that drive innovation and improvement in patient care.
While attending The Liver Meeting, take advantage of the opportunity to explore the captivating city of Boston. Discover a city rich in history, renowned for its prestigious academic institutions, vibrant arts scene, and picturesque neighborhoods. Here are some attractions you won't want to miss:
- Freedom Trail: Follow the iconic Freedom Trail, a 2.5-mile route that takes you through 16 historically significant sites, including the Massachusetts State House, Paul Revere's House, and the Old North Church.
- Harvard University and MIT: Immerse yourself in the intellectual atmosphere of two world-class institutions. Take a stroll through the campuses of Harvard University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), and soak in the energy and innovation that emanate from these prestigious universities.
- Boston Common and Public Garden: Escape the urban bustle and relax in the tranquility of Boston Common, the oldest public park in the United States. Adjacent to it, the Boston Public Garden offers beautiful landscapes, swan boat rides, and the iconic Make Way for Ducklings sculptures.
- Museum of Fine Arts: Immerse yourself in art and culture at the renowned Museum of Fine Arts. Explore an extensive collection spanning ancient civilizations to contemporary works, featuring masterpieces by renowned artists from around the world.
Who Should Attend?
The Liver Meeting brings together clinicians, associates, and scientists from around the world to exchange information on the latest research, discuss new developments in liver treatment and transplantation, and network with leading experts in the field of hepatology.
Our Attendees Include:
- Adult and pediatric hepatology experts.
- Clinical, basic, and translational researchers.
- Specialists who diagnose and treat liver disease, including gastroenterologists, surgeons, clinical pathologists, anesthesiologists, and radiologists.
- Primary care physicians.
- Nurse practitioners, registered nurses, physician assistants, pharmacists, and other allied health professionals in hepatology and the disciplines listed above.
- Trainees, and students in the disciplines listed above.
- Patient advocates and patients.