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Advanced Liver Program

The Advanced Liver Program is staffed by nationally and internationally renowned hepatologists who work hard to develop novel treatments for more than 100 diseases known to affect the liver. Such a range of conditions requires an equally diverse group of specialists equipped with experience, knowledge and clinical skills needed to ensure treatment success and advance treatment practices. Some of the most relevant conditions treated by the program include:

  • Viral hepatitis
  • Portal hypertension
  • Cholestatic liver diseases
  • Hepatic encephalopathy
  • Nonalcoholic fatty liver disease
  • Hepatocellular carcinoma
  • Isolated hepatocyte transplant
  • Adult live donor right-lobe liver transplant

Liver Transplant

Our physicians at the Hume-Lee Transplant Center have been pioneers in both the treatment of liver diseases and liver transplantation. Their dedication to offering transplantation and other treatment options for those with End Stage Liver Disease is paramount to the successes found at VCU Medical Center.


Stravitz-Sanyal Institute for Liver Disease and Metabolic Health

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A love letter to the liver

Announcing the Stravitz-Sanyal Institute for Liver Disease and Metabolic Health, made possible by a $104M gift that will change human health. Building on 50 years of trailblazing liver research and care, the institute will continue our commitment of doing what others can't or won't. This is our love letter to the liver, and the world.

Learn about our vision

Frequently Asked Questions

We are excited about the announcement of our new liver institute but the work is just beginning. We are not scheduling appointments yet.

Right now, we are working on a plan for next steps, but it will be several months until we are ready to implement our plans.

  • We want to make more appointments in hepatology and transplant available but it will take some time.
  • A big focus of the new institute is research, and research takes time. It may be a few years until new treatments become available.

We are considering different space options for our institute. At the moment, we are looking at existing space on our downtown campus to start the work. We will share plans about our location when they become available.

To stay informed, visit our website at VCUHealth.org and go to our hepatology or transplant page. We will share more information, including how to make appointments, as it becomes available.

We are considering different space options for our institute. At the moment, we are looking at existing space on our downtown campus to start the work. We will share plans about our location when they become available.

To stay informed, visit our website at VCUHealth.org and go to our hepatology or transplant page. We will share more information as it becomes available.

To stay informed, visit our website at VCUHealth.org for updates in our news center, hepatology page or transplant page. Or sign up for our email newsletter. We will share more information as it becomes available.

We are excited about the announcement of our new liver institute but the work is just beginning.

Right now, we are working on a plan for next steps, but it will be several months until we are ready to implement our plans.

The gift allows us to expand patient care, invest in new research, clinical trials and help us train more scientists and medical students in the field of liver disease.

We are excited about the plans for the liver institute but the work is just beginning.

To stay informed, visit our website at VCUHealth.org and go to our hepatology or transplant page. We will share more information as it becomes available.

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