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Non-Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease (NAFLD)

06 Jun, 2017

NAFLD is the most common liver disorder in developed countries

Tuesday June 6, 2017, 4pm to 5pm AEDT

The presentation will cover:

What it is

Its causes

Its prevalence

Its progression

Its diagnosis

Its management

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About the Presenter: Dr Alexander Hodge BSc, MBBS (Hons), PhD, FRACP

Alex worked as a molecular biologist in Vancouver (Canada) before commencing medicine at the University of Sydney in 2000. He graduated with honours, then completed his Gastroenterology specialist training in Canberra and Melbourne. In early 2015, he completed a PhD at Monash University focusing on stem cell therapy for chronic liver diseases and lifestyle modification for fatty liver disease / metabolic syndrome.

Today, Dr Hodge is a consultant at Monash Health where he works in Gastroenterology and Clinical Nutrition. A lecturer at Monash University, he was awarded the inaugural Monash University Clinical School Early Career Practitioner Fellowship in 2015 – 2017 to continue his research into fibrosis and fatty liver disease. He is also the principal investigator on pharmaceutical clinical trials for NAFLD.

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