Poster Presentation

Community-Based Participatory Research Leads to Recruitment and Retention of NASH Subjects with Hispanic Background

Presented at the 31st Conference of the Asian Pacific Association for the Study of the Liver (APASL), March 30 – April 3, 2022, in Seoul, Korea

Authors:

Julio A. Gutierrez, Adrian Vilalta, Karla Mataele, Silvia Urbina, Victoria Mirza, Moises Hernandez, Heidi Guthrie, Marcus Hompesch

About this Poster:

ProSciento’s scientific poster titled “Community-Based Participatory Research Leads to Recruitment and Retention of NASH Subjects with Hispanic Background” was presented at the 2022 meeting of the Asian Pacific Association for the Study of the Liver (APASL) in March 2022. The poster presents data from ProSciento’s NASH PASS®, a cross-sectional diagnostic and registry-based IRB-approved research protocol with prospective data collection. The poster discusses the NASH PASS community-based participation model and its ability to reach a diverse study population at high risk for NAFLD and NASH that is often underrepresented in clinical trials.

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