NASH is the most severe form of non-alcoholic fatty liver disease, and is a growing concern in the medical community because of its potential consequences for patients and its high prevalence in the population
The NASH Education Program drives educational actions targeted towards patients and physicians, in order to spread awareness about NASH, a little-known yet widespread disease which too often leads to severe and life threatening complications
To celebrate the 2nd edition of International NASH Day, the NASH Education Program hosted a conference in Brussels and New York City. Over 200 attendees joined us in person or online. Find out more information about the conferences and watch the replay
plays a role
The initiative is open to all key stakeholders in the NASH space as well as healthcare players who are committed to improving NASH awareness, and as such NASH patient care
About our mission
Increase physicians and patients awareness about NASH
The NASH Education Program aims to increase awareness about Non-Alcoholic SteatoHepatitis (NASH). Our mission is to address unmet needs in the field of awareness, via educational initiatives targeting physicians from all relevant medical specialties, as well as patients diagnosed and individuals at risk of developing the disease. We are working at a global scale with the support of a Scientific Committee, as of today composed of four international experts with an impressive experience in the fields of liver and metabolic diseases.