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Alcohol-Related Liver Disease SIG

Formed in 2020, the Alcohol-Related Liver Disease SIG seeks to improve outcomes in patients with alcohol-related liver disease.

Mission Statement:

Our mission is to better understand and manage alcohol-related liver disease, through collaborative, cutting-edge research and excellent clinical care.

We are a multidisciplinary group, encompassing hepatologists, addictions medicine physicians, and allied health care professionals.

We believe in research that is patient-centered, and also addresses social determinants of health.

Current Research Projects:

  • Nutritional supplementation for the treatment of alcoholic hepatitis: a multicenter retrospective review
  • Treatment of alcohol-use disorder in patients with alcoholic hepatitis

Group Members:

Group leads:

  • Cynthia Tsien – ctsien@toh.ca
  • Tasha Kulai – tasha2.kulai@nshealth.ca

Members-at-Large:

  • Mayur Brahmania (Western)
  • Lisa Bromley (Ottawa)
  • Angela Cheung (Ottawa)
  • Nabiha Faisal (Manitoba)
  • Monty Ghosh (Calgary)
  • Hin Hin Ko (UBC)
  • Elizabeth Lee (University Health Network)
  • Jon Mong (Ottawa)
  • Keyur Patel (University Health Network)
  • Jennifer Prentice
  • Puneeta Tandon (Alberta)
  • Kim Treuil (Ottawa)
  • David K. Wong (University Health Network)