EURO-CHOLANGIO-NET CA18122, ENS-CCA & ICRN Mentorship Lectures
The EURO-CHOLANGIO-NET Cost Action CA18122, the European Cholangiocarcinoma Network (ENSCCA) and The International Cholangiocarcinoma Research Network (ICRN) join forces to support the career development of junior scientists in the field of liver diseases.
They are proud to announce the fifth mentorship lecture entitled:
AN INTERNATIONAL CAREER ACROSS THE ATLANTIC: Tips for junior investigators planned on: May 16th, 2022 at 3.30 pm CET – 9.30 am EST
Our guest speaker will be MARIO STRAZZABOSCO in conversation with
Maitane Asensio – EURO-CHOLANGIO-NET Junior Investigator
Colm J. O’Rourke – EURO-CHOLANGIO-NET Junior Investigator
Mario Strazzabosco MD, PhD, is Professor of Medicine at Yale University, CT. He is Director of the Yale Liver Cancer Program and Co-Director of the Yale Liver Center. Trained at the University of Padova, Professor Strazzabosco was the founding Chief of the GI section at the “Ospedali Riuniti of Bergamo” where he was also Medical Director of Transplantation. In 2005 he then moved to Yale University (USA), as Professor of Medicine and Gastroenterology and Director of the Transplant Hepatology Unit. Mario Strazzabosco has also served as a Professor of Gastroenterology at the University of Milan-Bicocca in Italy and founding Chief of the Section of Digestive Diseases, Chair of the Department of Surgery and Translational Medicine and Vice-President of the School of Medicine. Professor Strazzabosco is a member of several scientific societies and charity boards. He has served as Associate editor of Hepatology and of Liver International. He serves as a scientific reviewer for several funding bodies in US and Europe and has been a regular member of the NIH HPPB study section and the Veteran Administration MERIT review. Dr. Strazzabosco is the principal investigator in a number of national and international research projects in the field of hepatology, and health care management and directs an NIH-sponsored Lab at the Yale University School of Medicine. He began his scientific career as a student in the Center for the Study of Mitochondrial Physiology at the University of Padova. He then trained as a post-doc in the lab of James Boyer at the Yale Liver Center where he performed seminal studies on the biology and pathobiology of biliary epithelia. His main current research interests relate to the pathophysiology of biliary tract diseases, biology of liver repair, liver transplantation, liver cancer and health care management. He has received numerous awards and is a Fellow of the American College of Gastroenterology (FACG) a Fellow of the European Board of Surgery (transplant) (FEBS) and a Fellow of the American Association for the Study of Liver Disease (FAASLD).