Liver sinusoidal endothelial cell (LSEC) capillarization in NASH
Biomarkers in NASH
Microvesicles as NAFLD biomarkers: a clinician’s point of view by Prof. P. E. Rautou
The Role of Liver Sinusoidal Endothelial Cells
Prof Pierre-Emmanuel Rautou, Paris, France highlights two important abstracts
Prof. Pierre-Emmanuel Rautou (MD, PhD) is a clinical specialist in Hepatology with a PhD in vascular biology (2011). He is Professor of Hepatology at the University of Paris and Hôpital Beaujon (Clichy, France) since 2016. He is the head of the splanchnic hemodynamic laboratory at Beaujon Hospital (Clichy, France) since 2012. He is also leading an Inserm team dedicated to the study of the role of vessels in liver diseases, at the INSERM Unit 1149 (Paris Research Center on Inflammation). His research is focused on the role of vessels in liver diseases. Specifically, he is interested in primary vascular liver diseases (Budd-Chiari syndrome, portal vein thrombosis and intrahepatic non cirrhotic portal hypertension), as well as in vascular involvement in common liver diseases development and complications.