Events

  • Wed
    04
    Mar
    2020
    Sun
    08
    Mar
    2020
  • Wed
    15
    Apr
    2020
    Sun
    19
    Apr
    2020
    London, Capital Hall

    ICE-HBV & EASL will present their joint HBV Cure Think Tank once again in 2020.

    EASL and ICE-HBV invite you to a Research Think Tank on April 15 (8 to11 am) in London to discuss the basic and clinical research gaps that need to be overcome to achieve an HBV cure from the scientific and patient perspectives, as well as explore the latest advances and new insights in translational research towards HBV cure. The Think Tank is open to delegates of the International Liver Congress.

    A series of short lectures will be followed by in-depth panel discussions on the following topics:
    • Novel approaches to accelerate cure in clinical trials
    • Are novel biomarkers advancing HBV cure?
    • The patient perspective on HBV cure
    • Occult infection vs functional cure
    • Which patient populations should be included in clinical trials?
    • Manipulating the immune system to achieve an HBV cure
    • Standardised approaches to detecting the HBV cccDNA reservoir
    • Advances in studies of the liver microenvironment through the use of fine needle aspirants

    Find out more here.

  • Tue
    26
    May
    2020
    Institut Lumière, Lyon

    Given the evolution of the COVDI-19 epidemic, ANRS has decided to post-pone the workshop. We will keep you informed of the new date once decided.

    Hot topics on HBV & HDV Clinical trials, immune exhaustion & immune clearance, cccDNAbiology and targeting, viral integration, viral biomarkers, experimental study models.

    This workshop is endorsed by ICE-HBV.

  • Thu
    10
    Sep
    2020
    Sat
    12
    Sep
    2020
    Dakar, Senegal

    The Conference on Liver Disease in Africa (COLDA) is going virtual! COLDA 2020 aims at empowering African healthcare professionals (HCPs) to diagnose, prevent, treat, and achieve a cure for liver diseases for the benefit of patients in Africa. Please visit the meeting website for more information on abstract submission and discounted registration fees: www.COLDA.org

  • Thu
    01
    Oct
    2020
    6:00 pmZoom

    HBV is a global public health challenge on the same scale as tuberculosis, HIV, and malaria. More than 257 million people worldwide are chronically infected with HBV and nearly 900,000 people died from the disease in 2017. During this session, researchers and community representatives from ICE-HBV and The Hepatitis B Foundation will discuss progress made towards an HBV cure.

  • Mon
    05
    Oct
    2020
    12:00 pmZoom

    ICE-HBV is organizing an virtual and interactive workshop on HBV biomarkers endorsed by the International HBV Meeting. The event is aimed at scientists, clinicians, pharmaceutical and diagnostic industry representatives.  The workshop, chaired by Anna Kramvis and Peter Revill, is put together by the ICE-HBV serum biomarkers working group. Both classic and future biomarkers will be discussed. The workshop will lead to a consensus statement on promising serum biomarkers. 

    The workshop will be divided in two sessions, held on Monday Oct 5 and Monday Oct 12, 2020, via Zoom. Both sessions will start at 12PM GMT, go for approximately 2.5 hours each, and will be recorded. More information here.

    Free registration is open here.

     

  • Mon
    12
    Oct
    2020
    12:00 pmZoom

    ICE-HBV is organizing an virtual and interactive workshop on HBV biomarkers endorsed by the International HBV Meeting. The event is aimed at scientists, clinicians, pharmaceutical and diagnostic industry representatives.  The workshop, chaired by Anna Kramvis and Peter Revill, is put together by the ICE-HBV serum biomarkers working group. Both classic and future biomarkers will be discussed. The workshop will lead to a consensus statement on promising serum biomarkers. 

    The workshop will be divided in two sessions, held on Monday Oct 5 and Monday Oct 12, 2020, via Zoom. Both sessions will start at 12PM GMT, go for approximately 2.5 hours each, and will be recorded. More information here.

    Free registration is open here.