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Frontiers in Colorectal and Intestinal Disease

Live discussion
11/11/2022 9:00 AM GMT

November 9-11th 2022

This is a 3–day event. You are invited to join either face-to-face, online or both.




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It is my pleasure and privilege as Dean of St Mark’s Academic Institute to welcome you to our 20th Annual Frontiers in Colorectal and Intestinal Disease.

The Congress will cover a broad range of topics, all of which are multi-disciplinary, and encompass real issues that we deal with day-to-day in our clinics, presented by leading experts. We will also present cutting edge research, and are honoured to have Iris Dotan (Israel) as our Sir Francis Avery Jones Visiting Professor, Amy Lightner (USA) as our Sir Alan Parks Visiting Professor, and Charlie Lees (UK), delivering the Professor John Lennard Jones lecture. We will combine medical, endoscopic, surgical, nursing and nutritional expertise throughout the programme, and also ensure that our patients' voice is heard.

We look forward to engaging with you later this year.

Professor Ailsa Hart, Dean

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  • Registering for any of the days will automatically give you full access to attend the full event online.
  • Prices mentioned above include 30% discount for members of professional association e.g. BSG, ACPGBI etc.

NOTE: For event ticket sales, SaySo Medical is acting as an agent for St. Marks Hospital Foundation

Visiting Professors

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Amy Lightner

Associate Professor of Surgery in the Department of Colon and Rectal Surgery, Associate Chair of Surgical Research, Associate Professor of Inflammation and Immunity with a focus on regenerative therapy for Crohn’s disease at Cleveland Clinic, USA

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Iris Dotan

Director of the Division of Gastroenterology at the Rabin Medical Center, Petah Tikva, Israel

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Charlie Lees

Professor of Gastroenterology; Consultant Gastroenterologist; UKRI Future Leaders Fellow, Centre for Genomics and Experimental Medicine (CGEM) at the Institute of Genetics & Cancer, University of Edinburgh, UK

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