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Copyright © 2008 American Association for the Study of Liver Diseases
Volume 48, Issue 2, pages 655–661, August 2008
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Rustgi, V. K., Davis, G. L., Herrine, S. K., McCullough, A. J., Friedman, S. L. and Gores, G. J. (2008), Future trends in hepatology: Challenges and opportunities. Hepatology, 48: 655–661. doi: 10.1002/hep.22451
Submitted on behalf of the American Association for the Study of Liver Diseases (AASLD) Governing Board by Gregory J. Gores, M.D., Mayo Clinic, College of Medicine, Center for Basic Research in Digestive Diseases, 200 First Street SW, Rochester, MN 55905.
Participants in the Future Trends Conference included: P. Angulo (Mayo Clinic), B.R. Bacon (St. Louis University), G.L. Davis (Baylor University), L.D. DeLeve (University of Southern California), R.M. Dickler (Association of American Medical Colleges), J.E. Everhart (National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases), G. Fitz (University of Texas Southwestern), S.L. Friedman (Mt. Sinai Medical Center), G. Garcia-Tsao (Yale University), G.J. Gores (Mayo Clinic), D. Hanto (Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center), S.K. Herrine (Thomas Jefferson University), J.H. Hoofnagle (National Institutes of Health), W.R. Kim (Mayo Clinic), L. Langdon (American Board of Internal Medicine), N.F. LaRusso (Mayo Clinic), D. LaBreque (University of Iowa), T.J. Liang (National Institutes of Health), M. Lucey (University of Wisconsin), J.J. Maher (University of California San Francisco), A. McCullough (Cleveland Clinic), J.G. McHutchinson (Duke University), V.K. Rustgi (Georgetown Universtity), A.J. Sanyal (Virginia Commonwealth University), C.I. Smith (University of Minnesota), J.M. Vierling (Baylor University)
Potential conflict of interest: Dr. Davis received grants from Human Genome Sciences, Roche, Schering-Plough, and Vertex. Dr. Rustgi received grants from Human Genome and Hoffmann-LaRoche. Dr. Herrine received grants from Roche, Shering-Plough, and Human Genome.
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