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This meeting is organised and fully funded by Ferring Pharmaceuticals Ltd
Thu 16th Nov 2017 - Sat 18th Nov 2017

Marriott Auditorium
Av. de Aragón, 400, 28022

IBD Congress 2017

"Connecting Mind & Gut"


The meeting aims to explore the multifaceted challenges gastroenterologists face in managing IBD and related conditions along with the latest approaches transforming patient care.

Scientific Committee:

Prof. Simon Travis (Chair) – Oxford, UK

Prof. Julian Panés – Barcelona, Spain

Prof. Jesus Yamamoto Furusho – Mexico City, Mexico

Prof. Iris Dotan – Tel Aviv, Israel

Prof. Zhi Hua Ran – Shanghai, China

Prof. Richard Fedorak – Edmonton, Canada

Prof. Michael Kamm – Melbourne, Australia

Scientific Programme

The programme will cover a broad range of topical subjects across 7 core sessions, led by a Scientific Committee of international experts.

The sessions feature a scientific blend of plenary lectures, interactive expert sessions, debates, case studies, masterclasses, interviews, and networking opportunities.


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


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