🎙️ Podcast Version New insights into liver macrophages in NASH pathogenesis

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New insights into liver macrophages in NASH pathogenesis

Prof Tacke, Germany reviews the epidemiological challenge of NAFLD and NASH worldwide, especially with the obesity pandemic. He describes the clinical impact of inflammation and fibrosis in NAFLD and the role of macrophages. Finally, he discusses the possible therapeutic implications.
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Prof. Frank Tacke

Frank Tacke was originally educated at the medical school in Hannover, Germany, and Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, TX. Later he stayed at University of Texas, M.D. Anderson Cancer Center in Houston, working on new gene therapy strategies (1998-1999) as well as for a post-doctoral research training (2004-2006) at the Mount Sinai Medical Center, New York, working on monocyte/macrophage and dendritic cell biology. Since 2006, he is a clinical physician and leader of a research laboratory at the University Hospital Aachen, Germany.


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