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Here for the Latest IBD Discoveries

Come to update your IBD knowledge. Leave inspired. Keep the momentum from Crohn’s & Colitis® Congress going by attending Digestive Disease Week® (DDW) 2023, May 6–9. Here is where you’ll expand your understanding of recent advancements in inflammatory bowel diseases (IBD)— and get what you need to further your meaningful work.

Join a global community of GI leaders in discussions focused on real-life experiences, learn about the findings that impact your day-to-day, and discover innovations that can enhance your capabilities, all at one high-value meeting.

Members of AASLD, AGA, ASGE and SSAT can secure your place (and book housing) now. General registration and housing open Jan. 25. Savings are available through March 15. Sponsoring society member trainees, residents, postdoctoral fellows and students can register for free through this date.

Sample Sessions Slated for this year’s DDW IBD Track

All IBD-related sessions and ePosters will be tagged to the DDW Inflammatory Bowel Diseases Track, so you can easily identify the education you’re interested in. You can also explore IBD-related industry supporters. Industry supporters will be organized by product category, including a category for IBD medication.

A few IBD session highlights are below. More session highlights are available in the online DDW Preliminary Program.

  • IBD Care in a Post-COVID World
  • Farron and Martin Brotman, MD, Lecture: State-of-the-Art of IBD Biologics Therapy
  • Emerging Concepts in IBD: Fibrosis, Fistulas, Pouches and Frailty
  • Kiron and Kamala Das Symposium — Delving Deeper: Unravelling the Biologic Architecture of IBD
  • Josephine and Michael Camilleri, MD, Lecture — Multidisciplinary Approaches for IBS: Miracle Therapy or Glorified Placebo?
  • Challenging Cases: Crohn’s Disease Ulcerative Colitis
  • Patricia and Ralph Giannella Lecture — Road to Prediction: Inflammatory Bowel Diseases Risk and Outcomes
  • Novel Insights into Mechanisms Underlying Radiation and Oxidative Stress Induced Effects on the GI Tract
  • AGA Getting Off the Menu and Back at the Table: Challenges for GI in Advocacy

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