ILC DAILY NEWS – WEDNESDAY RECAP Wednesday, 11 April 2018

ILC DAILY NEWS – WEDNESDAY RECAP Wednesday, 11 April 2018

In this issue: This first edition of the ILC 2018 daily news includes updates on the latest scientific advances presented today, the conclusions of brand new research think tanks sessions, top tips for how to get the best out of ILC, and what not to miss over the next few days. Scroll down to read more!

The first day of ILC 2018 saw the arrival of thousands of clinicians, scientists and hepatology associates from all around the world to discuss the latest advances at the frontline of hepatology. Delegates arriving today were able to attend the new interactive research think tanks, the viral hepatitis postgraduate course and basic science seminars on targetable pathways in liver disease. The first of an extensive programme of industry symposia rounded off today’s proceedings.

 

What’s in store at ILC 2018?

As well as more than 1,500 original scientific presentations, ILC 2018 continues to focus on interaction and education, bringing you old favourites such as the grand rounds and state-of-the-art lectures, and some exciting new concepts:


Meet the experts:
meet with some of the biggest names in hepatology in a face-to-face interactive setting. 16 informal workshops from Thursday to Saturday (hall 7.3).

Breakfast morning rounds:
join us for a cup of coffee and a croissant at one of four multidisciplinary rounds in the plenary hall on Friday and Sunday, 7:30–8:20

 

Details on: https://ilc-congress.eu/

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