Don't miss the sixth webinar in the
PSC Partners Seeking a Cure
2020 Conference Series
This webinar is free and open to all. No pre-registration necessary.

On Monday, click on this Zoom Link.

For information about phone and/or international access,
visit the Webinar Page on the US website. 
Dr. Pomfret is a professor of surgery, Igal Kam, M.D. chair in transplantation, and chief of transplant surgery at the University of Colorado Anschutz. She is an established multi-organ transplant surgeon with additional surgical training in live donor liver transplantation. 
Dr. Miller is the executive director of the Forum for Collaborative Research and professor (Adjunct) at UC Berkeley School of Public Health. She is a leading expert in regulatory science, engaging stakeholders from both sides of the Atlantic to advance regulatory science and policy regarding therapies and diagnostics for unmet medical needs.
Dr. Hirschfield is a clinician scientist currently based at the Toronto Centre for Liver Disease, University of Toronto. He has a dedicated autoimmune liver disease practice. Dr. Hirschfield has an interest in developing new therapies for patients living with autoimmune liver diseases, particularly PSC. He is a member of the PSC Partners Scientific Medical Advisory Committee (SMAC).
Dr. Forman heads the Autoimmune Liver Research Program at the University of Colorado Anschutz and has been the primary investigator of many clinical and epidemiological trials and studies. She is a nationally recognized expert in the fields of hepatology and liver transplantation with a particular interest in post-transplant metabolic complications and autoimmune liver diseases.
Our Mission: To provide education and support to PSC patients, families and caregivers and raise funds to research causes, treatments and cures for primary sclerosing cholangitis (PSC).