March 3–6 | Coronado, Calif.
2020 Deuel Conference on Lipids
Fat in Liver and Beyond
The Deuel conference takes place annually at a West Coast location for five sessions over two and a half days. The conference centers around an aspect of lipid metabolism and maintains an informal atmosphere, encourages free and open discussion, and is a forum for the presentation of new and unpublished data.
Attendees enjoy the informality and the meeting provides the depth and breadth of expertise necessary for a high quality conference. Participants are investigators in the field of lipids and lipoproteins from the around the world. Interested scientists are invited to attend and encourage trainees to submit abstracts.
The Havel Lecture
Session 1: Genetics of NAFLD
Session Chair: Jay Horton, University of Texas, Southwestern
Session 2: Role of lipids in NASH
Session Chair: Alan Tall, Columbia University
Hepatocyte cholesterol signaling in TAZ-induced NASH fibrosis
Leveraging large-scale genomics and EHR-linked biobanks to understand NAFLD/NASH risk and identify novel therapeutic targets
Session 3: Fatty liver, TRLs and atherosclerosis
Session Chair: Rebecca Haeusler, Columbia University
Session 4: Fat to NASH and beyond
Session Chair: Ira Tabas, Columbia University
Session 5: Emerging therapies for NASH
Session Chair: Joseph Witztum, University of California, San Diego