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Share your Case Studies

Come join our "Learn as you Teach" initiative to democratise healthcare learning by submitting your unique & interesting Case-Studies which will be reviewed by our global medical fraternity as well as an opportunity to be published in leading research journals.

About This Course

We are committed to setting new standards in health care. It's our immense pleasure to be a scientific partner to assist you in order to serve the patients better.

As a step towards that we are pleased to invite you to an International Web Symposium on "Tenofovir Alafenamide for Chronic Hepatitis B: Time to Switch?” which aims at providing up to date information and practical insights on switching to the novel pro drug of tenofovir - TAF for management of Chronic Hepatitis B

Meet the Instructor

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Dr. Edward Gane


Dr. Gane is Professor of Medicine at the University of Auckland, New Zealand and Chief Hepatologist, Transplant Physician and Deputy Director of the New Zealand Liver Transplant Unit at Auckland City Hospital. In 1998, he was appointed as Chief Transplant Physician for the first New Zealand Liver Transplant programme at Auckland City Hospital. In 2000, Dr. Gane became the Ministry of Health Clinical Advisor for the National Hepatitis B Screening and Follow-up Programme and in 2013, he was appointed as the Hepatitis C Champion for the Ministry of Health National Hepatitis C Project. Dr. Gane is an Investigator for many international clinical trials of therapies for chronic viral hepatitis with particular interest in early phase development of new direct acting antiviral therapies against hepatitis C and hepatitis B including phase 2 & 3 clinical trials of Tenofovir Alafenamide for chronic hepatitis B He has published more than 150 papers in peer-reviewed journals including The Lancet and The New England Journal of Medicine and serves on the editorial committee for several journals. Dr. Gane serves on the Executive Committee of the NZ Society of Gastroenterology and is a member of several international organizations including APASL, AASLD, ILCA and ILTS. In May 2011, Dr. Gane was awarded Member of the Order of New Zealand for Services to Medicine.