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Building on the success of the 2018 conferences, we are pleased to announce that the Singapore Hepatology Conference (SHC) 2019 and the Science of HBV Cure 2019 to be held from 7 to 8 June 2019.

The Science of HBV Cure is a parallel programme as part of the Singapore Hepatology Conference, which has been succesfully running for the last 5 years. This conference draws 500 - 600 participants and is a partnership with the regional liver associations, including the Gastroenterological Society of Singapore, Indonesian Association for Study of Liver, Malaysian Society of Gastroenterology and Hepatology, Thai Association for Study of the Liver and the Myanmar Association for Study of Liver. 

TRAVEL GRANTS

Travel Grants of USD 500 each will be awarded to the high quality abstracts. Abstracts will be accepted for oral and poster presentations. Submission will be closed on 31 March.

PARTNERSHIP

Early confirmation of your sponsorship will ensure an even higher level of exposure. Click here to understand more information about sponsorship

SPEAKERS PRESENTATION

Relive the presentations of the 2018 Singapore Hepatology Conference and the Science of HBV Cure here. Some presentations are not available upon request of the speaker. 

LIVER RESEARCH TEAM

Our team’s immediate focus is to cure hepatitis B which is now an achievable goal and for which we have been awarded a translational research grant of S$25 million. Learn more about HBV Cure

 

INVITED SPEAKERS

The Science of HBV Cure 2019 has assembled an array of world renowned experts who will provide insights into strategies and mechanisms that may lead to a cure; and how current and future therapies are likely to achieve this…

 

Pei-Jer Chen
Taiwan

Peter Revill
Australia

Stephan Urban
Germany

Stephen Locarnini
Australia

Antonio Bertoletti
Singapore

Tan Meng How
Singapore