Benvenuti

Benvenuti su BARD-online, la piattaforma polifunzionale per i disturbi colestatici pediatrici, quali l’atresia delle vie biliari e le patologie correlate. Indipendentemente che voi siate medici o ricercatori, pazienti o familiari, offriamo informazione, comunicazione e cooperazione a chiunque sia interessato ad una di queste rare patologie.
Lo scopo principale di BARD-online è duplice: in primo luogo offriamo informazioni e comunicazione a chiunque sia interessato, in secondo luogo i medici e i ricercatori clinici o di base possono prendere parte ad un’area professionale protetta, al fine di seguire i pazienti nel follow-up, migliorare il loro trattamento e chiarire le tematiche ancora non risolte.

BARD-Bruges-2020

2nd International Congress on Biliary Atresia and Related Diseases 10th – 11th July

It is a great pleasure to announce the 2nd International Congress on Biliary Atresia and Related Diseases (BARD).
This will include state-of-the-art lectures by an international faculty and a full multidisciplinary scientific program

Unique features and reasons to attend

  • Joint venture with the 67th Annual Scientific BAPS Meeting, 8th – 10th July
  • Beyond biliary atresia -  inclusion of topics within the overall topic of neonatal cholestasis
  • Multidisciplinary format to attract basic and clinical researchers, pediatric and adult hepatologists/gastroenterologists and hepatobiliary and transplant surgeons
  • Remaining healthy with biliary atresia and transition to adult care
  • ERN- rare-liver – European competence networks for the care of patients with rare liver diseases
  • Electronic posters
  • 2nd Erwin-Röver-Award for  “Best Presentation”

The interdisciplinary organizing board  looks forward to meeting you in Bruges
Mark Davenport        Jan Hulscher         Claus Petersen        Richard Schreiber        Henkjan Verkade

Get full information

Claus Petersen | Department of Pediatric Surgery | Hannover Medical School | Carl-Neuberg-Strasse 1 | 30625 Hannover, Germany
Tel.: +49-(0)511-532-9040 | Fax: +49-(0)511-532-8052 | www.bard-online.com | biliary-atresia@mh-hannover.de