02 Aug August Science Café – Fatty Liver Disease: What We Eat, When We Eat
Tuesday, August 29 @ 5:30 – 6:30 p.m.
Join the CTSI and the St. Ann Center for Intergenerational Care for a discussion led by Dr. James Esteban, Senior Fellow, Gastroenterology & Hepatology from the Medical College of Wisconsin.
You are invited to a brief presentation by an expert in non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) followed by a conversation with community members. The presenter will offer an overview of liver disease and how NAFLD is the most common cause of liver failure and transplant. Trends in research will be discussed, including looking at studies of lifestyles and risk for liver disease.
James Esteban, MD
Dr. James Esteban is a senior gastroenterology fellow at the Medical College of Wisconsin. He has an interest in liver disease and transplantation and will pursue an advanced fellowship in transplant hepatology at Mt. Sinai School of Medicine in New York City in 2018.
Photography: During the Science Café, we may capture photos that will solely be used for the aims of the Clinical and Translational Science Institute and Community Engagement.
Videotaping: During the Science Café, we may capture video of the presentation and a selection of interactions between the audience and speaker. The video may be posted on various web resources, in presentations, or other educational opportunities that will solely be used for the aims of the Clinical and Translational Science Institute and Community Engagement.
Broadcasting: During the Science Café, we may stream the presentation and interactions between the audience and speaker. Only those in attendance (speaker and audience) will be able to view the interactions.
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Publication or White Paper: The themes that come from the Science Cafe could be used in possible future publications or white papers. No direct quotations or identifiable information will be used for publication.