Annual International Scientific Meeting, Centre for Colorectal Disease
The Annual International Scientific Meeting of the Centre for Colorectal Disease will take place on 11th September 2015 at the UCD Educational and Research Centre at St Vincent’s University Hospital.
The 2015 meeting is entitled ‘The intestinal microbiome in health and disease’ and will include presentations on the role of the intestinal microbiome in gut health, aging and colorectal cancer. There will be a specific focus on gut flora influence the risk of post-operative sepsis and impact the natural history of inflammatory bowel disease, notably post surgical recurrence of Crohn’s disease.
Speakers will include:
- Dr Georgina Hold (University of Aberdeen)
- Prof Billy Bourke (OLH Crumlin/UCD)
- Dr Harry Sokol (Paris St Antoine)
- Prof Fergus Shanahan (UCC/APC, Cork)
- Dr Alan Moss (BIDMC/Harvard, Boston)
The state of the art lecture will focus on the role of the faecal microbial transplantation in gastro-intestinal disease. Satellite sessions on basic and translational colorectal research and stoma care will be of interest to a wide audience.
Click here for further Programme details : Research Symposium
CME/CPD credits have been applied for all attendees. Dinner to follow (Friday evening) – All welcome to attend.
About the Centre for Colorectal Disease
The Centre for Colorectal Disease was established at St Vincent’s University Hospital in 1993 with the aim of delivering quality care to all patients with colorectal disorders (notably colorectal cancer, inflammatory bowel disease and pelvic floor disorders) while at the same time developing high quality research, teaching and education. At the core of the Centre is the collaboration between a multidisciplinary clinical team (consisting of colorectal surgeons, medical gastroenterologists, oncologists, pathologists, radiologists and specialist nurses) with our dedicated team of scientific staff.
Please note that this event is not organised by the UCD School of Medicine & Medical Science. Details are posted here to help publicise the event. The School does not accept responsibility for any inaccuracies or changes to the event which may occur. Please liaise directly with the event organisers.