The EASL Governing Board has decided to modify the grand round concept for 2016. This year, senior members of major European institutions will present an interesting or challenging case together with a junior member of his/her team. Each case presented will represent a challenge of broad interest to the audience, and aims to nurture discussions.
A co-chair, from another institution, will be present in the intention of animating the debate.
The objective of this new concept is to foster interaction between a broad audience of clinicians during The International Liver Congress™ through a live discussion of interesting clinical cases.
Chair: Fernando Corrales, Spain
The session, run in parallel to the grand rounds, will present the “Human protein atlas” and each speaker will be allocated 20 min to select and present 3 to 4 recent papers related to a selected topic (to be announced).