- March 15th, 2021Abstract Submission Deadline Extended
- April 5th, 2021Notification of Acceptance
- April 19th, 2021Registration Deadline
The Liver Week 2021 will be held virtually on May 13-15, 2021.We would like to invite you to the conference in order for you to exchange up-to-dated Information and research results pertaining to the various aspects of liver treatment. Please do not miss the opportunity to network with worldwide leading experts and specialists in the field of hepatology.
The Liver Week is a multi-disciplinary international conference which is co-hosted by 4 liver-related societies in Korea-The Korean Association for the Study of the Liver (KASL), The Korean Association of Hepato-Biliary and Pancreas Surgery (KAHBPS), The Korean Liver Cancer Association (KLCA), and The Korean Liver Transplantation Society (KLTS)-and has been held annually since 2014.
To update and exchange knowledge pertaining to basic and clinical research covering liver diseases through attendance and global networking.
To stimulate an exchange of ideas through listening to experts’ debates regarding the most appropriate approach to the case-based problems pertaining to major liver topics.
To gain direct access to an internationally renowned faculty of top experts in the field of Hepatology.
For young doctors, the meeting will serve as a stepping stone for them to make an early debut on the international stage.
To grasp an opportunity for young aspirants in terms of applying for a foreign investigator award.
The Liver Week 2021 enjoys encouraging clinicians, associates,
and scientists from around the world to exchange up-to-dated information and research pertaining to liver treatment.
Tae Gyu OhSalk Institute for Biological Studies, USA
Jia-Horng KaoHepatitis Research Center, National Taiwan University Hospital, Taiwan
Imam WakedNational Liver Institute, Egypt
Gregory DoreKirby Institute, University of New South Wales Sydney, Australia
TSilvia SookoianInstitute of Medical Research IDIM-National Scientific and Technical Research Council (CONICET)
Atsumasa KomoriClinical Research Center, National Hospital Organization Nagasaki Medical Center, Japan
Man-Fung YuenThe University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
Thomas TuThe University of Sydney and Westmead Hospital, Australia
Scott FriedmanIcahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, USA
Jacob GeorgeThe University of Sydney, Australia
Ajay DusejaPostgraduate Institute of Medical Education and Research, India
Vincent WongThe Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong