Schild Presents at International Liver Congress '19 in Austria

Michael Schild, DO at EASL

Michael Schild, DO was invited to present his work at the recent International Liver Congress/Annual European Association for the Study of Liver (EASL) meeting in Vienna, Austria. The EASL meeting typically gathers over 10,000 top physicians and scientists from diverse backgrounds including hepatology, cell biology, transplant surgery, pathology, radiology and pharmacology.

In collaboration with Drs. Cynthia Guy, Manal Abdelmalek and Anna Mae Diehl,  Dr. Schild’s work has primarily focused on histologic characterization and implementation of a tissue biomarker for a critical type of hepatocyte injury called ballooning. 

Dr. Schild is currently a rising senior resident in the Duke Department of Pathology, and he will become the 2020 Duke Gastrointestinal and Liver Pathology Fellow. Additionally, he will receive a research stipend as the 2020 Fred and Janet Sanfilippo Fellow.  

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