The 19th International Symposium on Viral Hepatitis and Liver Disease (ISVHLD)

Wednesday, April 26 Poster Session

  • Artificial intelligence in liver disease management
  • Epidemiology of HCV in resource-limited countries
  • HBV/HDV treatment targets
  • HCV immunology
  • HCV/flavivirus virology
  • Hepatocellular carcinoma targets for new therapies
  • HEV virology and persistence
  • Liver inflammation and fibrogenesis
  • Long-term outcomes of treated patients with viral hepatitis
  • Miscellaneous basic
  • Miscellaneous public health
  • NASH targets for new therapies
  • New biomarkers for liver diseases
  • New HDV therapies
  • Viral hepatitis elimination achievements and challenge

Thursday, April 27 Poster Session

  • Difficult-to-treat HCV patients
  • Global epidemiology of HBV/HDV infections
  • HBV/HDV virology
  • Impacts of COVID-19 on liver disease management
  • Miscellaneous clinical
  • New strategies with approved HBV treatments
  • Reaching vulnerable populations for viral hepatitis elimination
  • Simplified approaches for screening and diagnosis of viral hepatitis
  • Viral hepatitis and liver transplantation

Poster Presenters’ Useful Information

Congratulations on having your research chosen for an e-Poster and onsite printed poster! To view the most up-to-date scientific program, please visit the summit website.
Within this guide, you will find instructions on how to present your poster whether you are attending onsite or virtual.
• Virtual presenters are invited to upload a designed poster that will be included in the GHS 2023 virtual summit platform and available as part of dedicated virtual poster breaks in the schedule, over the course of the summit. The uploaded file must be a PDF document. Should you choose not to upload a designed poster file, GHS 20232 delegates will still be able to search and view your abstract text.
• Onsite presenters are invited to both upload a designed poster to the virtual summit platform, along with printing a poster for presentation onsite.
Instructions on how to present your poster and upload the materials to the GHS 2023 virtual platform are provided in this guide.

1. Create a visually appealing poster that highlights the top areas of research within your abstract.
2. Save the poster file as a PDF. The poster file may be 1 page or multi-pages.
3. Rename the file such as your firstname.lastname.posternumber(i.e.Alize.Couzigou. P109)
4. You will receive an email with login details to the virtual portal.
5. Once logged in, please click on the Sessionsbutton on the left-hand side. Then click on the Session Files tab (as shown in the image to the right). Please upload your PDF and click on Add File. Your designed poster file will be uploaded and accessible to delegates within the virtual portal once it goes live. You are welcome to log back into the portal to edit your document, should you require.

File Type: PDF only
File Specifications: No limit on the file size. The document can be several pages long or one page.
Deadline to Upload Designed Poster: Monday, April 24
Here and here are videos with some tips and tricks on how to create an engaging research poster.
• If you would like to use the GHS 2023 branded PPT, you may find it here for download.

Location: GHS 2023 Grand Studio Foyer & Exhibition Hall, Pullman Paris Montparnasse, 19 Rue du Commandant René Mouchotte,
75014 Paris, France

Poster size: Portrait* Format A0 -841mm X 1189mm / 33.1 x 46.8 inches
*previouslylandscape. GHS 2023 willpresentposters in portrait orientations only

Recommended Local Printer: DocnGo, Paris 14
Phone: +33 (0) 1 43 35 48 48