“Reversing the burden of non-alcoholic fatty liver disease”
“Reversing the burden of non-alcoholic fatty liver disease” is an article published in the "Impact Journal" promoting FOIE GRAS project. This article highlight the FOIE GRAS project objectives and explains how the project team will work together to gain the greater understanding of the mechanism behind non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD). The major FOIE GRAS project objectives are:
• Offer innovative training for Early Stage Researchers (ESRs) in order to provide them with critical aptitude and experience for careers in basic science, clinical investigation and health industry sectors
• Gain a greater understanding of the mechanisms behind non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD), to relieve the burden of the disease, from both a health and economic perspective
• Develop and implement strategic communication and educational activities addressing NAFLD awareness, with the aim of informing the general public about NAFLD and promoting healthy lifestyles
The article was published in Impact Journal in October 2017 issue, pg. 86-87.