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At The Liver Meeting, You’ll Gain Access To:

Cutting-Edge Science

Explore the latest research in our poster hall and attend highly coveted abstract presentations.

Expert Speakers

Learn from the top minds in hepatology on topics covering every disease state.

Peer Networking

Meet your next mentor or future research partner at our networking sessions.

What To Expect This Year

Programming at The Liver Meeting will primarily be delivered live in person, with some sessions live-streamed to the TLMdX platform. Sessions will be captured and made available on the platform within 72 hours, or sooner, of their in-person delivery. Some educational content will also be available on-demand at the start of the meeting. Attendees can anticipate:

  • The latest research on disease states like NAFLD, NASH, Hepatitis and much more.
  • Educational sessions from leading hepatologists and public health experts from around the globe on the effects of the COVID-19 virus from both clinical and public health perspectives.
  • The specialty’s leading minds in our popular Meet-the-Expert sessions.
  • Ample opportunities to connect with your peers.
  • The patient perspective provided by special Patient Advocacy Group programming.
  • All educational programming will be available on the platform through February 2023
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Join the AASLD community for meeting discounts, journal access and networking with our Special Interest Groups.
Become an AASLD Member

Attend live sessions and networking events at The Liver Meeting in Washington, DC.

Note: The Post Graduate Course is an additional, ticketed item this year. 

Early Bird Rates(ends 10/18)

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The Liver Meeting you know and love, but virtual! Access all our sessions online, from anywhere.

Note: The Post Graduate Course is an additional ticketed item this year.

Early Bird Rates(ends 10/18)

Member Associate or Trainee
Non-Member Associate or Trainee
Member Student
Non-Member Student
Patient Advocate
Patient or Caregiver
Become an AASLD Member
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It's been too long! Come to DC to reconnect with your peers in person. 

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When will registration for The Liver Meeting® 2022 open? 

Registration for The Liver Meeting® 2022 will open in late July. Please monitor the website for the latest information.

What does registration for The Liver Meeting in Washington, DC include?

In-person participants for The Liver Meeting in Washington, DC will have full access to the meeting's programming as well as the opportunity to participate in in-person networking events, receptions, and other conference offerings. 

Full access to The Liver Meeting Digital Experience is included. The Liver Meeting includes:

  • Catch presentations by key opinion leaders, including the President’s Welcome by AASLD President, Laurie DeLeve, MD, PhD, FAASLD.
  • Attend our flagship programs – The Post Graduate Course and Basic Science Symposium.
  • Meet and greet patients, advocates, and healthcare professionals in our designated lounge for informal networking opportunities.
  • Mingle with your colleagues in our lounges or networking events.
  • Meet your next research partner or mentor in the Poster Hall.
  • Connect with industry partners about the latest treatments and technologies in the Exhibit Hall.

How do I get an Invitation Letter for my Visa Application?

Please visit the website to generate an Invitation letter https://www.aasld.org/visa-letter-generator

Why is AASLD holding an in-person meeting, given the risks of travel?

AASLD is taking available steps to protect the health and safety of stakeholders participating in person in Washington. After careful consideration and consultation with internal and external health and safety experts, AASLD has determined that TLM can be offered in a robust and productive manner by following these precautions. AASLD requires all attendees participating in person to follow all posted guidance and guidelines regarding travel by the CDC and to speak with their doctor if they have further concerns.

When will housing open for individuals?

Individual housing will open in late July. The housing opening date will be posted to AASLD's The Liver Meeting website. We encourage those interested to check the conference webpage for the latest information periodically.

When will housing open for groups?

Group housing for groups of 25+ is now open please complete the form on the AASLD website: https://www.aasld.org/the-liver-meeting/exhibitors-industry-support.   We encourage those interested to check the conference webpage for the latest information periodically.

Cancellations for The Liver Meeting In Washington, DC

If AASLD cancels The Liver Meeting in Washington, DC, registrants will be given the option to be fully refunded or to have their registration transferred to TLMdX. Refunds will be processed at the conclusion of The Liver Meeting®. A written cancellation and refund request is required for all cancellations and should be sent to aasld@xpressreg.net.

How do I register my group? 

Group registrations can be completed online. Please note that a valid, unique email address for each person registered is required for Certificate of Attendance and CME. The email address of the group leader/organizer or sponsoring/organizing company will not be accepted. 

The Group Leader can create a group record through the AASLD registration system in late summer. Group Leaders can then register the individuals who are part of their group, make changes to existing group records, and apply payments to registrations. By submitting this information on behalf of individuals, Group Leaders represent that they have authorization to do so by each individual. 

The information required for each attendee includes: 

  • First and Last Name 
  • Company 
  • Mailing Address 
  • City/Country/Postal Code (ZIP Code) 
  • Phone 
  • Email Address (very important – must be valid, unique work or personal email account for each person registered) 
  • Type of attendee (doctor, administrator, nurse, etc.) 
  • AASLD Membership Number (if members of AASLD) 


As part of AASLD's conference registration process, all registrants are required to answer a series of registration questions individually. The questions include the Networking and Exhibitor/Supporter opt-in/out; as well as Code of Conduct, Terms and Conditions, Disclaimer, Limitation of Liability, and the Data Privacy and Protection Policy. All registrants will receive a notification by email linking them to the mandatory questions on the Registration Resource Center after the group order is completed and payment has been made. Each link is unique to the individuals' email address. Participation in The Liver Meeting® WILL NOT be confirmed until each individual answers the questions. Upon electronically reading and responding to all questions, a registration confirmation will be provided which will include login credentials for TLMdX® and information about participating in-person (if applicable). Please communicate this important message with your group.

How is the contact information for my group registrants used? 

Attendees participating in The Liver Meeting® will be offered several products which require a unique email address for each user for access. These products include CME, Certificates of Attendance, online evaluation, and online access to recorded sessions of the meeting via LiverLearning®.  

Additionally, each registrant’s badge number is encoded with the contact information provided at the time of registration. As attendees visit the exhibit hall (the virtual exhibit hall and the physical exhibit hall in Anaheim), they may request information from exhibitors. Exhibitors and supporters will be provided with registrant contact information, including first name, last name, email address, organization, mailing address, and country for the purposes of promotional mailing lists and sales leads for supporters, exhibitors, satellite symposia, and product theaters. All registrants will have the option to opt-in or opt-out of sharing this information with exhibitors and supporters as a part of the registration process. 

How do I know which category to use when registering an individual? 

AASLD offers several registration categories based on an individual’s training and employment. Please reference the below when deciding which category to register your group attendees under. If an individual is a member of AASLD, the registration rates applicable to their member type will be automatically provided during the registration search/look-up process. 

  • Nonmember: Any physician, scientist, or researcher with doctoral-level training OR any individual working in or related to the healthcare industry who does not have medical training. 
  • Trainee Nonmember: Any physician, scientist or researcher in a training program as certified by the director of their training program. Program director contact information will be required for verification purposes to register under this category. 
  • Hepatology Associate Nonmember: Allied health professionals with medical training other than doctoral-level training. This category includes, but is not limited to, the degrees of MS, NP, PA, RN and other related or comparable degrees. 
  • Student Nonmember: Individuals who are pursuing a medical, undergraduate or graduate degree. Department head contact information (name, institution, and email address) will be required for verification purposes to register under this category. 
  • Member*: Any current Regular, International, Emeritus or Corporate Affiliate member of AASLD. Current members are those individuals who have paid their dues for the current calendar year. 
  • Trainee Member*: Any current Trainee or International Trainee member of AASLD. Current members are those individuals who have paid their dues for the current calendar year. 
  • Hepatology Associate Member*: Any current Associate member of AASLD. 
  • Student Member*: Any current Student Member of AASLD. Current members are those individuals who have paid their dues for the current calendar year. 

*AASLD members MUST be in good standing at the time of registration. Our registration system will allow you to register members based on a match of either their AASLD member number or the first and last names (note that names must match the information as entered in our system). If you need to verify membership for one or more of your delegates, please email aasld@aasld.org. Refunds for the difference in registration fees will not be given for those who renew or join after the registration has been processed.

What are my payment options?

  1. Credit Card: Visa, MasterCard, American Express and Discover are accepted. 
  2. Check: checks must be in US funds drawn on a US bank. Payment must be received within two weeks before the order is complete.  Please make checks payable to “AASLD” and mail to: 

    American Association for the Study of Liver Disease (AASLD) 
    C/O Convention Data Services 
    7 Technology Park Drive 
    Bourne, MA 02532 

    If paying by check, group registrations will not be considered final until payment is received, and funds have cleared.  

  3. Wire Transfer: the option to pay by wire transfer will be available through October 14 for international group registration only. All wire transfer payments, including related fees and bank charges must be received within 10 business days of submitting registrations or no later than October 28 for registrations. All group organizers must complete the Form W-8BEN-E. The form is a fillable PDF that must be completed and emailed to meetings@aasld.org. The group registration order will remain pending until two items are received: the completed and signed Form W-8BEN-E and payment in full.  If either one of these items is not received, logon credentials will not be distributed. If a refund is due on the group account, it will be issued after the meeting concludes by ACH or wire transfer. At that time, we will request banking information from the group organizer. Again, please be sure both payment and Form W-8BEN-E are submitted and if you have any questions regarding this process, please contact Lynn Tangorra at ltangorra@aasld.org