Program Details

Location: Mid America Club
200 E Randolph Street, 80th Floor
Chicago, IL 60601
Date: March 7, 2019
Time: Registration and exhibiting hour is 5:30 pm - 6:30 pm.
Dinner and the debates is 6:30 pm- 9:30 pm

2019 Topics: 

Debate 1: Debate 1: Should patients with acute alcoholic hepatitis be considered for liver transplantation?
Northwestern University (PRO Argument): Patients with alcoholic hepatitis should be considered for liver transplantation
University of Chicago (CON Argument): Patients with alcoholic hepatitis should not be considered for liver transplantation

vs.

Mentor: Priya Maddur, MD

Mentor: Anjana Pillai, MD

Fellow: Alexander Lemmer, MD

Fellow: Hersh Shroff, MD, MPA

Fellow: Jennifer Wang, MD

Fellow: Parita Patel, MD

Debate 2: Debate 1: Should patients with acute alcoholic hepatitis be considered for liver transplantation?
Northwestern University (PRO Argument): Patients with alcoholic hepatitis should be considered for liver transplantation
University of Chicago (CON Argument): Patients with alcoholic hepatitis should not be considered for liver transplantation

vs.

Mentor: Arvind Murali, MD

Mentor: Bashar Attar, MD, PhD

Fellow: James Vancura, DO

Fellow: Jagpal Klair, MBBS

Fellow: Alexander Nguyen, MD

Fellow: Efesomwan Aisien, MD

Debate 3: Debate 3: Is TACE or TARE preferable in patients with unresectable HCC?
University of Illinois: TACE should be the primary locoregional therapy for unresectable HCC
Loyola University: TARE should be the primary locoregional therapy for unresectable HCC

vs.

Mentor: Adam Mikolajczyk, MD

Mentor: Jamie Berkes, MD

Fellow: Wasseem Skef, MD

Fellow: Matali Agarwal, MD

Fellow: Laura Nunez-Herrero, MD

Fellow: Irfan Rahman, MD


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