Notification of Results:

Monday, December 6, 2021


  • Clinical Epidemiology – NASH/liver fibrosis 

  • Diagnostic procedures NASH/liver fibrosis

  • Therapeutic trials NASH/liver fibrosis – Humans

  • Clinical trial design

  • Disease management of NASH/liver fibrosis patients (including comorbidities)

  • Pharmacoeconomic/societal aspects

  • Experimental/basic science, NAFLD/NASH, non-humans

  • Experimental/basic science, liver fibrosis, non-humans

  • Pathogenesis, translational science, NAFLD/NASH, liver fibrosis, humans

  • Pharmacology


The Course Directors of the 2022 NASH-TAG Conference invites the submission of abstracts regarding advancing therapeutics for and management of non-alcoholic steatohepatitis and fibrosis. Our goal is to provide a comprehensive update on the status of research and to stimulate collaborations, recruitment of subjects, and ideas for the development of other studies. Authors may submit abstracts of completed work, work in progress, or work presented elsewhere within the past 12 months. All abstracts will be peer reviewed and selected for poster or podium presentation.


  • Abstract document must be limited to two pages, typed in 12-point Times New Roman font, single-spaced with one-inch margins, and left justified. Tables and figures may be included but must fit on the 2 pages.

  • Organize the abstract into Background/Aim, Methods, Results, and Conclusions. Define all abbreviations. Include the abstract category, abstract title, full names and institutional affiliations of all authors, and email address of the corresponding author at the top of the abstract. 

  • Underline the name of the presenting author. Abstracts must not contain copyrighted material unless permission has been obtained by the author. Indicate at the bottom of the page if the abstract has been presented elsewhere and at what meeting.  


Submitted abstracts not meeting the above specifications will be returned.

Any questions regarding abstract submission should be directed to NASH-TAGinfo@focusmeded.com.


Awarded poster abstracts should be printed using portrait orientation (36 inches wide x 48 inches high).