Visiting Professor of Hepatology
Radcliffe Department of Medicine
University of Oxford
Oxford, United Kingdom
Stephen A. Harrison, MD, COL (Ret.), FAASLD, has disclosed that he has received consulting fees from Bristol-Myers Squibb, the Chronic Liver Disease Foundation, FibroGen, Genfit, Intercept, Medivation, Merck, NGM Biopharmaceuticals, and Pfizer; has received fees for non-CME/CE services from AbbVie, Alexion, Gilead Sciences, and Merck; and funds for research support paid to his institution from Bristol-Myers Squibb, Conatus, Galectin, Galmed, Gilead Sciences, Immuron, Intercept, Madrigal, Merck, NGM Biopharmaceuticals, and Tobira.
Professor of Experimental Hepatology
Institute of Cellular Medicine
Newcastle Upon Tyne, United Kingdom
Quentin M. Anstee, BSc, MB BS, PhD, MRCP(UK), FRCP, has disclosed that he has received consulting fees paid to his institution from Acuitas Medical, Genfit, Intercept, Inventiva, Janssen, Lilly, NewGene, Pfizer, Raptor Pharmaceuticals, and Tobira and funds for research support paid to his institution from AbbVie and GlaxoSmithKline.
Associate Professor of Medicine
Feinberg School of Medicine
Mary E. Rinella, MD, has disclosed that she has received consulting fees from Amarin, BioPharma, Echosens, Enanta, Immuron, Intercept, NGM Biopharmaceuticals, and NuSirt.
Adult Nurse Practitioner
Division of Medicine, Hepatology
Weill Cornell Medical College
New York, New York
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