Global Hepatitis Summit 2018

Start Date : June 14, 2018
End Date : June 17, 2018
Time : 7:00 am to12:30 pm

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Metro Toronto Convention Centre South Building, 222 Bremner Boulevard, Toronto M5V 3L9, Canada


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The Global Hepatitis Summit will bring together top clinicians and researchers from around the world. In addition to delivering the highest quality scientific program, the upcoming summit will add a new dimension; an important focus on global public health. With the remarkable therapeutic developments in recent years, the prospect of disease elimination has emerged with the full backing of the WHO, the CDC, and other leading global and national public health bodies.


To highlight the importance of these efforts, the Global Hepatitis Summit will include plenary and parallel public health sessions to complement the high quality basic and clinical scientific presentations typical of the ISVHLD. In addition, the Global Hepatitis Summit will feature a Global Village presented in partnership with the World Hepatitis Alliance, an advocacy focused organization committed to achieving a world free from viral hepatitis. This live hub will bring together community organizations, governmental groups and patients to help drive the public health and awareness agenda.


The Summit will be focused on hepatitis and other non-viral liver diseases and will feature:


 4-day ISVHLD meeting refreshed and rebranded, attracting 2,000+ global professionals organized in collaboration with the world-leading liver disease associations.

 100+ internationally recognized speakers, leading plenary and parallel scientific sessions in basic, clinical, and public health science of viral hepatitis and liver disease

 Ground breaking abstracts, scientific posters, and e-poster presentations

 A Global Village showcasing the advocacy work of community organizations, non-government, and governmental groups

Industry inclusive social events, receptions, and faculty events

 State of the art interactive exhibits

 Exclusive industry symposia sessions


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Delegate: CAD 895.0

Student/Fellow: CAD 425.0

Delegate - Low Income Countries: CAD 595.0

Delegate - Nurse (access code required): CAD 525.0


Speakers: Harry L.A. Janssen, Jordan J. Feld, Adam J. Gehring, Gottfried Hirnshchall, David Thomas, Greg Dore, Manal El-Sayed, Thomas Baumer, Jane McKeating, Ralf Bartenschlager, Henry L.Y. Chan, Jean Michel Pawlotsky, Shiv Sarin, Heiner Wedemeyer, Ken Sherman, Andrea Cox, Barbara Rehermann, Carlo Ferrari, Georg Lauer, Robert Thimme, Michael Houghton, Tonya Hayden, Theo Heller, Mark Thursz, Sharon Hutchinson, Jorge Mera, Massimo Levrero, Lewis Roberts, George Papatheodoridis, Ray Kim, Keyur Patel, Scott Friedman, Zack Goodman, John Tavis, Christoph Seeger , Stephan Urban, Sunil Solomon, Jilian Sacks, Norah Terrault, Antonio Craxi , Xavier Forns, Ulrike Protzer, Seng Gee Lim, Camille Sureau, Eui-Cheol Shin, Jacques Izopet, Andrew Hill , Ludmila Maistat, Giten Khwairakpam, Geoff Dusheiko, Fabien Zoulim, Anna Lok, Raymond Schinazi, Patrick Kennedy, WenHui Li, Yujin Hoshida, Ariel Feldstein, Ira Jacobson, Susanna Naggie, Francesco Negro, Natasha Martin, Marina Klein , Raymundo Parana, Zobair Younossi, Antonio Bertoletti, Markus Cornberg, Adriaan Van der Meer , Graham Foster , Mel Krajden, Stacey Trooskinn, Maud Lemoine, Homie Razavi , Mindie Nguyen, John Ward, Olufunmilayo Lesi, Rajender Reddy , Gonzalo Sapisochin, Marina Berenguer, Barjesh Chander Sharma , Jin Lin Hou, Carla Coffin, Christina Greenaway, Shruthi Mehta, Mark Sulkowski, Michael Manns, Alex Ploss, Maura Dandri, Lorne Tyrell, Massimiliano Paganelli, Nick Crispe, Scott Fung , Pietro Lampertico, Adrian Di Bisceglie, Julio Montaner , Margaret Hellard, Mark Tyndall, Homie Razavi, Eyasu Teshale

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