Discover what EASL is, what EASL does, why EASL exists, and find out who works behind the scenes at EASL.
How can EASL support your liver research?Find out about the different EASL programs, events, and tools that will take your understanding of the liver to a new level.
Our association was founded to promote and exchange science in the field of liver diseases.
EASL working closely with the commission and the European Parliament for putting more attention to liver diseases.
Today 33 countries have a National Association for the Study of the Liver.
Being part of the Home of Hepatology and taking an active role in the most forward thinking and dynamic hepatology community wordwide!
Join EASL, take part in the Home of Hepatology and play an active role in the most forward thinking and dynamic hepatology community worldwide!
EASL Premium Sponsors support all EASL activities and programs throughout the year providing funding for our differents action.
Explore what’s on offer! EASL organises a wide range of educational events dedicated to hepatology.
Plan ahead - check out the scientific events hosted by EASL; schools of hepatology, monothematic and special conferences, masterclasses, and The International Liver Congress™.
Discover the different liver-related events taking place across the world. Which ones will you attend?
EASL has hosted many successful events over the past 50 years. If you wish to revisit the topics presented explore this section.
EASL takes on the responsibility for improving our understanding of liver biology and reducing the burden of liver disease in the European population.
Every year in April, EASL holds The International Liver Congress™, featuring a high-caliber and multi-disciplinary scientific programme..
EASL receives many requests each year from other organisations asking EASL to sponsor or endorse their activities.
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New study indicates that sugar intake and uric acid concentration independently contribute to the incidence and progression of liver disease, reports the Journal of Hepatology.
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