AASLD invests $4.06 million in liver disease research, development

The American Association for the Study of Liver Diseases Foundation announced its investment of $4.06 million in research and career development grants awarded to 36 researchers and clinicians, according to a press release.
This year’s award total is $715,00 more than the award total in 2017, making it the largest level of funding in the history of AASLD and AASLD Foundation.
“This record-breaking level of investment demonstrates the Foundation’s commitment to providing critical funding for liver research, securing education and training for those caring for people with liver

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