Role of the IgG4-related cholangitis autoantigen annexin A11 in cholangiocyte protection

Course details

Module (1)

Course Duration:

1 hour, at your own pace.

Course Credits:

1 CME credit

Assessment & Awards:

award IMCD

About this course

This online course is based on the Journal Club that described the role of Annexin A11, previously identified by the authors as being a specific autoantigen in immunoglobulin G4-related cholangitis (IRC), a B-cell driven disease affecting the bile ducts.

Benefits for learners

  • Continued professional development and learning
  • CME from the European Union of Medical Specialists (UEMS)


  • Learn about annexin A11 and its role in IgG4-related cholangitis
  • Understand the relationship between ANO1 and annexin A11
  • Hepatologists
  • Gastroenterologists
  • Clinical researchers

Release date: February 2023

  1. Complete the Pre Knowledge Check to determine your current level of understanding. This is not counted as part of your grade for this course.
  2. After completing the Pre Knowledge Check you can read the Original Publication.
  3. After reading the read the Original Publication you will unlock the Journal Club Recording where the paper was discussed.
  4. After watching the Journal Club Recording you will unlock the Post Knowledge Check.
  5. Once you pass the Post Knowledge Check you will need to provide some feedback on the course in order to unlock your Course Certificate and CME certificate.

The course is available through desktop and mobile devices on all internet browsers (e.g. Safari, Microsoft Edge, Chrome and Firefox).

Completing this course will grant you with an EASL "Certificate of Completion" and one European CME credit as well as experience points to collect the topic-related and bookworm badges.