Call for applications to host the next ILCA School of Liver Cancer is now closed.
Following the success of the last three editions, the ILCA School of Liver Cancer is back for a fourth edition, with the aim of delivering scientific education and helping progress ILCA’s mission to advance research in pathogenesis, prevention and treatment of liver cancer.
The ILCA School is a unique learning platform for practitioners and investigators to receive education in an intense, interactive and multidisciplinary format.
This annual educational event consists of 1,5 day courses focusing on a specific topic and is hosted in a Centre of Excellence worldwide which is selected based on application.
The ILCA School provides fellows in gastroenterology, hepatology, basics/transitional researchers and other liver cancer related professionals an opportunity to enhance their scientific experience by attending a multidisciplinary programme delivered by the most eminent international liver cancer specialists.
Participants learn about the principles and nuances of the diagnosis, management, and clinical investigation of liver cancer. The School’s intense, multidisciplinary and interactive format offers attendees state-of-the-art clinically relevant information regarding the disease.
- A residential, didactic and interactive format
- Dedicated time for one on one exchanges with a distinguished faculty and key opinion leaders
- A balanced seminar format involving multidisciplinary faculty
- Case-based examples for discussion emphasis
Who should attend?
Fellows in gastroenterology and hepatology training programmes, junior faculty, basic/translational researchers and experienced clinicians with a desire to become more involved in liver cancer investigation and care.