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BARE Symposium
BARE Symposium

Fri, 10 May


Stanford Center for Academic Medicine

BARE Symposium

Join us for the BARE Symposium—a two-day deep dive into biliary atresia and liver transplantation. Network at our May 10th happy hour and engage at the May 11th family picnic. Registration ends April 19, 2024!

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Time & Location

10-May-2024, 11:30 am – 11-May-2024, 5:00 pm

Stanford Center for Academic Medicine, 453 Quarry Rd, Palo Alto, CA 94304, USA

About the event

The BARE Symposium, scheduled for May 10-11, 2024, in Palo Alto, CA, stands as a beacon of innovation and collaboration in the field of biliary atresia research. This annual event, renowned for its rigorous scientific discourse and networking opportunities, invites researchers, clinicians, and industry experts to contribute their insights and discoveries. Attendees will have the unique opportunity to engage with pioneering studies, participate in critical discussions, and expand their professional networks within the medical and surgical communities. The symposium is not only a platform for presenting cutting-edge research but also a nurturing ground for trainees and faculty within five years of their initial appointment, promoting the growth of new talent in the field. With a commitment to advancing knowledge and fostering collaborative efforts, the BARE Symposium is poised to catalyze significant advancements in the understanding and treatment of biliary atresia.

Travel Grant Winners!

Congratulations to the following individuals who are the recipient of the 2024 BARE Abstract Travel Grant:

  • Ahmad Anouti, MD- UT Southwestern: Serum Values in Biliary Atresia Patients as Indicators for Native Liver Survival: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis 
  • Ashley Upton, RDMS- Texas Children's Hospital: An Ultrasound Approach to Visualize the “Duct at the Hilum” in Infants Undergoing Evaluation for Biliary Atresia
  • Paola Vargas, MD- UVA Health: Outcomes of Anonymous Living Liver Donation for Pediatric LT in a Developing LDLT Program

Abstract Winners!

Congratulations to the following individuals who's abstracts were accepted for either oral presentation or poster display: 

Oral Presenter:

  • Tebyan Rabbani, MD- Stanford Medicine: Newborn Screening for Biliary Atresia Using Direct Bilirubin: An Implementation Science Study

Poster Display:

  • Manal Alkatheeri, MD- Sheikh Khalifa Medical City. Abudhabi- Incidence and Outcome of Biliary Atresia in UAE: A Multicenter National Study
  • Tatiana Bendersky, MD- Hospital Italiano de Buenos Aires, Argentina- Impact of Centralization of Clinical and Surgical Management of Biliary Atresia in Liver Transplant Outcomes
  • Bailey Peck, Ipsen- BOLD study; Structured Literature Review Of Healthcare Resource Use For Biliary Atresia In The United States
  • Norah Liang, MD, Stanford Medicine- Automated Quantification of Liver Fibrosis at Diagnosis of Biliary Atresia Patients using a Collagen Matrix Ultrastructure Analysis
  • Tetsusya Tajima, MD, Stanford Medicine- Choledochoduodenostomy is an Adequate Biliary Reconstruction for Liver Transplants in Children with Biliary Atresia
  • Margo Wilson, RN, Children's Hospital of Eastern Ontario- Screening for BA in Ontario, CA
  • Amna Yayha, MD,  Al Qassimi Women and Children Hospital, UAE- Biliary Atresia: When to Transplant

*Abstracts were reviewed and scored by the Medical Advisory Council and all decisions are final.

**All abstracts were welcomed including industry; Eligibility included all trainees both medical and surgical and faculty who were within 5 years of their initial appointment.


  • 5 minutes

    BARE Welcome

  • 20 minutes

    Physician Keynote Speaker

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