Recognizing Contributions to the Liver Community
The American Liver Foundation (ALF) recognizes individuals who have made an outstanding contribution to the liver community, fields of biotechnology, medical innovation, and philanthropy at the ALF New England Legacy Gala to be held at the Exchange Conference Center, May 5, 2022. The celebration will include a cocktail reception starting at 5:30 PM ET followed by desserts and a program.
“We are thrilled to have the opportunity to honor those making significant contributions to the liver community”, said Lorraine Stiehl, Chief Executive Officer of American Liver Foundation (ALF). “With nearly 100 million Americans affected by liver disease their collective work is more important now than ever.”
ALF will be honoring Jay Luly, Ph.D., and Thomas Sepe, MD. Dr. Luly is President, Chief Executive Officer and President at Enanta Pharmaceuticals, a clinical stage biotechnology company dedicated to creating small molecule drugs for viral infections and liver diseases. Dr. Sepe is a partner at University Gastroenterology in Providence and a Clinical Professor of Medicine at Brown University where he teaches medical students, medical residents, and gastroenterology fellows. Dr. Sepe is a long-serving ALF New England Medical Advisor. Josh Korzenik, MD, will also present on the Brigham & Women’s Resnek Family Center for PSC Research, where he is the Lead Investigator.
For more information about the ALF New England Legacy Gala visit New England Gala (alfgala.org).
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Last updated on August 9th, 2022 at 04:27 pm