ASIAN PACIFIC ASSOCIATION FOR STUDY OF THE LIVER
SINGLE THEME CONFERENCE
HCV Infection and Disease
& Recent Advances in Liver Diseases
Date: December 18-20, 2015      Venue: Hotel Pullman, New Delhi

Welcome Message

Dear Colleague,
We are delighted to invite you to the "Asia Pacific Association for the Study of Liver - Single Theme Conference" being held from December 18th-20th, 2015, at New Delhi, India. The theme of the conference is " HCV Infection and Disease,& Recent Advances in Liver Diseases". The scientific knowledge on Hepatitis C is expanding very rapidly with the possibility of curing this infection in majority of the  patients. Advances in our understanding of the molecular biology, pathogenesis and immunology of HCV has led to emergence of new and potent therapies; such as Direct Acting Antivirals (DAAs), host targeting antivirals and nucleic acid based therapeutics.
At this interactive meeting, you will learn about most recent concepts related to HCV infection and disease from the global experts.  Pathogenesis and new management options for Liver Cancer would be specially covered. Difficult-to-treat case scenarios such as patients with HIV or HBV co-infection, patients on renal dialysis, post-transplant patients, patients with advanced cirrhosis and access to new antiviral drugs would be discussed in separate theme sessions.
A pre-conference "Post-graduate course on Recent Advances in Liver Diseases" would cover advances in liver diseases in 2015.

National Faculty

Dr. S K Sarin

India

Dr. R. N. PENDSE

India

Dr. D. Amarapurkar

India

Dr. H. Devarbhavi

India

Dr. S.K. Acharya

India

Dr. Y K Chawla

India

Dr. Premashis Kar

India

Dr. Anil C Anand

India

Dr. Aajay Kumar

India

Dr. Ajay Duseja

India

Dr. V M Dayal

India

Dr. GN Yattoo

India

Dr. K N CHANDAN KUMAR

India

Dr.Ashish Kumar

India

Dr. Kaiser Raja

India

Dr. Prabha Sawant

India

Dr. Manoj Sahu

India

Dr. Kaushal Madan

India

Dr. Kapil Sharma

India

Dr. Hitendra Garg

India

Dr. A K Jain

India

Dr. Sudhir Gupta

India

Dr. Harshal Rajekar

India

Dr. Bhabadev Goswami

India

Dr. Anurag Govil

India

Dr. Virendra Singh

India

Dr. Sethu Babu

India

Dr.Ganesh Pai C

India

Joy Vargese

India

Dr. Akash Shukla

India

Dr. K.R Vinayakumar

India

Dr. K.Narayanasamy

India

Dr. Govind Makharia

India

Dr. Mahesh Sharma

India

Dr. Aejaz Habeeb

India

Dr. Mohandas Mallath

India

Dr. Philip Augastin

India

Dr. Suman Lata

India

Dr. A Murali

India

International Faculty

Prof. A Kadir Dokmeci

Turkey

Prof. Shyam kottilil

USA

Prof. Mamun Mahtab

Bangladesh

Prof. Ranjit Ray

USA

Prof. S M Wasim Jafri

Pakistan

Prof. Zaigam Abbas

Pakistan

Prof. Khin Maung Win

Mynmar

Prof. Jidong Jia

China

Prof. Laurentius
A Lesmana

Indonesia

Prof. Masao Omata

Japan

Prof. Saeed Hamid

Pakistan

Prof. Yokosuka Osamu

Japan

Prof. O.Baatarkhuu

Mongolia

Prof. Wang Yan

China

Prof. Massimo Pinzani

Uk

Prof. G. E. Shiha

Egypt

Prof. Sanjeev Arora

New Mexico

Prof. David R Nelson

USA

Prof. Hasmik Ghazinyan

Armenia

Prof. GEORGE KK LAU

China

Prof. Roger William

England

Prof. Markus Peck

Austria

Prof. Devanand
Michael Pinto

Canada

Prof. Jun Cheng

China

Prof. GEOFFREY WILLIAM
MCCAUGHAN

Australia

Prof. K Rajender Reddy

US

Prof. John W Ward

Georgia

Prof. Ajit Tharakan

UAE

Prof. Richard Moreau

France

Prof. J Zucman Rossi

France

Prof. Gerald Kircheis

Germany

Prof. R Butterworth

Canada

Prof. Thomas Baumert

France

Prof. Castera-Laurent

France

Prof. Jin Lin Hou

China

Prof. W L Chuang

Taiwan

Prof. Necati Ormeci

Turkey

Prof. Andrey Coilly

France

Prof. Y Poovorawan

Thailand

Prof. S H Ali Shah

Pakistan

Prof. Tatsuo Kanda

Japan

Prof. Dinesh Shrestha

Nepal

Prof. Salimur Rahman

Bangladesh

Prof. Paolo Angeli

Italy

Prof. David Metreveli

Georgia

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Who Should Attend:

  • Hepatologists
  • Gastroenterologists
  • Internists
  • Physciains
  • Microbiologists
  • Virologists
  • Oncologists
  • Surgeons
  • Pediatricians
  • Clinical Fellows
  • Transfusion Medicine Specialists
  • Researchers
  • Ph.D. Students
  • Policy Makers

Theme Sessions:

  • HCV life cycle, replicons and infectious systems
  • Immunopathogenesis of HCV induced fibrosis, HCC, Lymphomas
  • Interferon and Ribavirin free Regimens, G1-G6
  • New DAAs, Managing resistance
  • Regression of cirrhosis and HCC development post-DAA
  • HCC: New Management options
  • Liver and Kidney Transplant in Hepatitis C
  • HCV Therapy in CKD on MHD, Decompensated Cirrhosis, HBV, HIV co-infection, Thalassemia, Children
  • HCV Vaccine development
  • Access to HCV drugs in Asia

Benefits of Attending APASL 2015 -
Single Theme Conference on HCV:

  • A World-Class Scientific Faculty
  • A Scientific and academic feast for those interested in HCV infection
  • Welcome Back to A Spectacular Setting in India
  • Enjoy a Special Family Holiday
  • A Majestic State-of-the-Art Venue
  • Accommodations for Everyone
  • Travel Support for Young Scientists and clinicians working in field of HCV infection
  • Come and Experience Indian Hospitality
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