June 6-9, 2016
Moscone Center, San Francisco, CA, USA
The BIO International Convention (BIO) attracts over 15,000 biotechnology and pharma leaders who come together for one week of intensive networking to discover new opportunities and promising partnerships. This event covers a wide spectrum of life science and application areas including drug discovery, biomanufacturing, genomics, biofuels, nanotechnology and cell therapy.
13-17 April 2016
Every year in April, scientific and medical experts from a broad range of fields including hepatology, gastroenterology, internal medicine, cell biology, transplant surgery, infectious diseases, microbiology and virology, pharmacology, pathology and radiology and imaging come together from around the world to learn about the latest in liver research.
November 16th to 17th, 2015
The aim of the conference is to bring together pioneers in this emerging research area, discuss their most recent findings and future applications, as well as potential constraints of the approach for medical use. To this end, key scientists in the field as well as experts from the pharmaceutical industries will present their latest results and provide their views on the importance of new treatment strategies.
13 – 17 November 2015
U.S.A, San Francisco, California
More than 9,500 hepatologists and hepatology health professionals from across the nation and around the world gather at The Liver Meeting® to exchange the latest liver diseases research, discuss treatment outcomes, and interact with colleagues at the annual must-attend even in the science and practice of hepatology.
October 4, 2015 – October 8, 2015
Bad Nauheim, Germany
The International Meeting of the Molecular Biology of Hepatitis B Viruses remains the definitive international meeting that covers all aspects of the biology of hepatitis B and hepatitis D, including biochemistry, molecular biology, traditional virology, immunology, pathogenesis, and carcinogenesis, as well as the latest developments in antiviral therapies against these two viruses.
Pr P. André’s talk : “Reciprocal effect of HBV infection and FXR activation on the expression of FXR controlled genes”.