Upcoming Events

Emerging Therapies for PBC, NASH and ESLD and HCC Seminar Series 2020

As the prevalence and severity of liver disease increases in the United States, largely due to chronic viral hepatitis and fatty liver disease, the need for education and training programs among physicians and mid-level providers has escalated. With on-going research and new pharmacological agents being tested, the SC Liver Research Consortium is uniquely positioned to bring cutting-edge information to the medical community. With a focus on Non-Alcohol Stetohepatitis (NASH), Primary Biliary Cholangitis (PBC) and Hepatocellular Carcinoma (HCC) a series of one-day, interactive seminars will be offered in 12 cities. Faculty for this innovative program will be comprised of clinical and research experts who practice locally. The faculty team is comprised for two physicians and one nurse practitioner or physician assistant who will provide a team-based approach to diagnosis, treatment and patient care.

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ASNB graduate student Seminar - Kyle Whyland

Cortex vs. Retina: How do visual signals affect the parabigeminal nucleus

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Gaucher Disease: Can We Build a Better Roadmap for Patient Care? - February 11, 2020

The goal of the educational activity is to provide educational support to help clinicians navigate the complex challenges in managing patients with Gaucher disease (GD). Despite very significant advances in disease understanding and treatment options, there are still a number of important issues that have not been resolved and which have become important priorities.

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44th Annual Hawaii Dermatology Seminar - February 16-21, 2020

Each year, nationally recognized leaders in medical and procedural and aesthetic medicine convene in Hawaii to discuss and review the current state of knowledge in their respective dermatologic specialties. The program in medical dermatology features key clinical topics, including cutaneous cancers, acne vulgaris, atopic dermatitis, rosacea, psoriasis, and other important issues. Aesthetic medicine continues to be a growing specialty in the milieu of the aging American population and medical consumers’ ever-increasing desire to achieve the best possible quality of life at any age. Major advances in procedures, techniques, devices, and materials have made it possible for physical appearance to be brought into synch with the more vital and active lifestyles that today’s older Americans embrace.

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