The Crohn’s & Colitis Congress® may be over, but you can continue to explore the latest discoveries in inflammatory bowel diseases (IBD) at Digestive Disease Week® (DDW) 2024. Join us May 18–21, in Washington, D.C. or online, to address your most pressing goals and find solutions to your top challenges. See where the science is headed so you can advance your work with the latest IBD updates.
Sign up now to secure your space, a seat in ticketed sessions and your preferred choice of housing. Discounted registration rates are available through March 13. AASLD, AGA, ASGE and SSAT member trainees, residents, postdoctoral fellows and students can register for free through this date.
World IBD Day Breakfast
Sunday, May 19, 9:30 a.m.
Supported by Lilly USA
Join the IBD community at this special event in the Exhibit Hall to Kick off World IBD Day. Purple awareness ribbons will be distributed to the first 3,000 attendees.
Preview the Program
All IBD-related scientific sessions, posters and ePosters will be tagged to the DDW Inflammatory Bowel Diseases Track, so you can easily identify the education you’re interested in. A sample of some of the scheduled IBD Track sessions are below. Check out more DDW programming in the online DDW Preliminary Program.
|Pediatric IBD: Trends and Therapies 2024
|New Knowledge and Pragmatic Guidance From Existing IBD Research: A Cochrane Symposia Demonstrating the Pitfalls and Promise of Network Meta-Analyses to Inform Clinical Practice
|Tiny Ecosystems, Big Impact: Unlocking the Secrets of the Early-Life Microbiome
|A–Z: Cellular Potpourri in IBD Pathogenesis
|Kiron and Kamala Das Symposium — Precision Medicine in IBD: The Road Ahead
|Farron and Martin Brotman, MD, Lecture — Key Challenges in IBD: Strategies and Solutions From the Experts
|Dr. Ellen Scherl–Jill Roberts — Pregnancy and IBD: Preliminary Results from the Helmsley Global Consensus Grade Conference
|Patricia and Ralph Giannella Lecture — Digging Deeper: Pathophysiologic Insights Into the Role of the Environment in Inflammatory Bowel Diseases
|Coordinating IBD and PSC Management
|Mesenteric Adipose Tissue: An Important Mechanism in Obesity, MASLD and IBD
The following sessions are ticketed and require an additional fee:
- Best Practices for Endoscopy in IBD
- AGA Postgraduate Course (IBD breakout session)
- ASGE Postgraduate Course: Leveraging New Advances to Improve Patient Outcomes (Colon session)