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Date:4/25/2013

gie et a une impressionnante feuille de routes dans la promotion de la recherche sur les maladies du foie, soutenant la formation et promouvant des changements dans les politiques européennes.

 EASL met l'accent sur l'éducation et la recherche à travers de nombreux évènements et initiatives, dont :

  • The International Liver Congress[TM] qui est le premier évènement scientifique professionnel sur l'hépatologie.
  • Divers évènements dont les Monothematic and Special conferences, Post Graduate courses et d'autres conférences de soutien qui ont lieu tout au long de l'année.
  • Clinical and Basic Schools of Hepatology, une série d'évènements qui traitent de différents aspects dans le domaine de l'hépatologie.
  • Journal of Hepatology publié mensuellement
  • La participation à un grand nombre d'initiatives politiques au niveau européen.

À propos de l'International Liver Congress[TM]2013

L'International Liver Congress™ 2013, la 48e Assemblée annuelle de la European Association for the study of liver, se tiendra du 24 au 28 avril 2013 au Centre des Congrès RAI d'Amsterdam. Le congrès attire chaque année plus de 9 000 cliniciens et scientifiques du monde entier et permet d'entendre parler des dernières recherches, des perspectives et traitements des maladies du foie, par les experts du domaine.

Références

1. A.C Piguet , EFFECT OF REGULAR TRAINING ON HEPATO
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