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Wed 12th Feb 2020 - Sat 15th Feb 2020

Messe Wien
Trabrennstraße 7, A-1020
Vienna, Austria

15th Congress of ECCO 2020

Inflammatory Bowel Diseases - 15th Congress of ECCO

Scientific Programme

The scientific programme is structured around basic science, traditional medicine and clinical sessions given by some of the world’s top specialists. It includes oral presentations of the best abstracts, the announcement of ECCO Fellowships and Grants and summary presentations of new ECCO Guidelines. Scientific sessions will be held Thursday to Saturday, February 13-15, 2020. No parallel sessions are scheduled. The congress registration fee includes access to all scientific sessions.

Highlights of the Scientific programme:

  • Hot debates in IBD
  • When location makes the difference
  • Reducing the burden of IBD
  • IBD out of the gut
  • Cartels in IBD
  • Milestones in clinical care
  • Basic Science: Big data research
  • IBD Horizons
  • Multidisciplinary cases
  • What have we got outside our box of drugs?
  • ECCO Lecture

Educational Programme

The educational programme of the 15th Congress of ECCO is scheduled prior to the official start of the ECCO Congress. It covers activities for ECCO’s different interest groups including young gastroenterologists, surgeons, paediatricians, IBD nurses and allied health professionals and scientists.

  • 2nd ECCO-ESGAR Basic Imaging Workshop
  • 5th Basic ECCO: EduCational COurse for Industry
  • 5th D-ECCO Workshop
  • 5th EpiCom Workshop
  • 5th H-ECCO IBD Masterclass
  • 6th N-ECCO Research Forum
  • 6th Y-ECCO Basic Science Workshop
  • 7th ClinCom Workshop
  • 7th ECCO-ESGAR Ultrasound Workshop Advanced
  • 7th P-ECCO Educational Course
  • 8th SciCom Workshop
  • 9th S-ECCO IBD Masterclass
  • 11th N-ECCO School
  • 14th N-ECCO Network Meeting
  • 18th IBD Intensive Advanced Course


Job Code: UK-GAS-2000011 - Date of preparation: July 2022


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