Article written by Newcastle MEP Jude Kirton-Darling after she met with EASL Scientific Committee member Dr Helen Louise Reeves, other NE hepatologists and EASL EU Director of Public Affairs, Fiona Godfrey in Newcastle, UK, recently.
Now 3339 members from 103 countries
Press releases
Journal of Hepatology
Daily Drinking Increases Risk of Alcoholic Cirrhosis Results Also Suggest That Recent Alcohol Consumption, and Not Lifetime Alcohol Consumption, Is the Strongest Predictor, According to Report in the Journal of Hepatology Results Also Suggest That Recent Alcohol Consumption, [...] Read more
Brussels, 10 December – Today, in an event hosted by MEP Cristian Buşoi (EPP, RO) in the European Parliament, the European Association for the Study of the Liver (EASL) (1) launched the ‘Research Roadmap for Liver Disease (HEPAMAP) - Case study for chronic diseases & [...] Read more
The European Association for the Study of the Liver
The Hepatology world witnesses a revolution in online education with the release of the spectacular LiverTree™, the official eLearning Portal of the European Association for the Study of the Liver. LiverTree™ is a one stop educational website featuring the most advanced [...] Read more
Andy Coghlan,
Donated livers can survive for at least a day outside the body thanks to a new device which keeps the organ ticking over as if it hadn't been removed. The machine is likely to more than double the availability of livers for transplant. The device was unveiled today in London [...] Read more
  Geneva, 13th March 2013 --- According to WHO, liver cirrhosis accounts for 1.8% (i.e. 170,000) of all deaths in Europe. In recent years liver cirrhosis has become a serious health threat in some Western European countries such as Ireland and the United Kingdom, where over the [...] Read more
World Gastroenterology Organisation (WGO)
The World Gastroenterology Organisation declared hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC) to be the major health issue on which it will focus in 2013. HCC is the number five cause of death worldwide and the number three cause of cancer deaths worldwide, with approximately 625,000 new [...] Read more
The European Association for the Study of the Liver (EASL) has acquired an asset of 11.11% of MULTIWEBCAST (known as THE MULTILEARNING GROUP) to enhance the level of online educational material generated by the MULTILEARNING GROUP for EASL since 2005. Through this investment, [...] Read more
London today underlined its position as one of the world’s leading locations for events and conferences with the decision by one of Europe’s leading medical associations, EASL, to stage its 2014 conference at ExCeL London, 3-miles from the Olympic Park. The five day event is [...] Read more
On the occasion of World Hepatitis Day, EASL calls on the United Nations to join the effort to tackle viral hepatitisGeneva, 28th July 2012 – Marking World Hepatitis Day, the European Association for the Study of the Liver (EASL) calls on the different organizations which make [...] Read more