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Navigate DDW® 2018 Sessions with DDW Tracks

Digestive Disease Week® (DDW) 2018 offers hundreds of sessions spanning an array of subjects. To help you navigate through such a wide selection, DDW implemented DDW Tracks. DDW Tracks are designed to help attendees navigate sessions on selected areas of interest. Leading up to the meeting, DDW will be highlighting the top five tracks of interest. Up first is Inflammatory Bowel Diseases (IBD).

Specific sessions that relate to the IBD track are grouped together and the track includes both sessions and posters. New as of last year, you can also use DDW Tracks in the Mobile App (2018 app coming soon) to search for exhibitors who fit this subject matter.

Read on below for high-level session details relating to the IBD Track, and be sure to continue visiting the blog to get more sessions details for the other four most popular DDW Tracks. You can also view preliminary session details in the DDW Preliminary Program.

Session TitleSession Type Date
Inflammation and GI CancersPoster SessionJune 2, 2018
IBD: Adverse Events Related to TherapyResearch ForumJune 2, 2018
Management of Refractory Ulcerative ProctitisBreakfast with the ExpertsJune 3, 2018
Women in IBD: Menses to MenarcheMeet-the-Professor LuncheonsJune 3, 2018
Visceral Fat and Obesity in Inflammatory Bowel DiseaseResearch SymposiumJune 4, 2018
Immunology in IBDFocused Research RoundtableJune 4, 2018
A Colonoscopy to Make the IBD-Ologist ProudClinical SymposiumJune 5, 2018
Pediatric IBD: Clinical and Translational StudiesPoster SessionJune 5, 2018
Management of Severe UCBreakfast with the ExpertsJune 5, 2018

2 Responses

  1. Hi There,
    I am trying to locate a lecture that was given by Tonya Kaltenbach at the June 2018 meeting regarding the mechanism of action of methylene blue and its impact in terms of increased detection capability.

    Would you be able to point me in the right direction to locate the slides/ recording?

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