Dartmouth-Hitchcock Patient & Family IBD Symposium 2013
Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center

Dartmouth-Hitchcock Patient and Family IBD Symposium
 June 15th, 2013
Translating new discovery into better treatments for IBD

Registration:
Non-Members - $15.00
Members & Senior Citizens - $10:00
Students under 18 - free of charge
Fee will be waived due to financial hardship
             
 AGENDA
Introduction  
8:00-8:30 Breakfast and Registration
8:30-8:40 Introduction and Welcome
       Dr. Corey Siegel and Dr. Campbell Levy 
Current State of Affairs  
8:40-9:00 Testing for IBD: It's not ALL about colonoscopy anymore
       Dr. Steve Bensen, Associate Professor of Medicine
9:00-9:20 Optimizing IBD medications: Making them count
      Dr. Campbell Levy, Assistant Professor of Medicine
9:20-9:40 New techniques and approaches to IBD surgery
       Dr. Stefan Holubar, Assistant Professor of Surgery
9:40-9:50 Q&A
9:50-10:05 BREAK
Molding the Future  
10:05-10:25 New drugs and treatment for the future
       Dr. Corey Siegel, Associate Professor of Medicine
10:25-10:45 Translational Research: New discovery happens here!
       Visiting Professor Lecturer, Dr. Scott Plevy
   Associate Professor of Medicine, Division of Gasteroenterology and Heptaology University of North Carolina
10:45-11:00 Q&A
11:00-11:20 BREAK- Pick up lunch and bring back to your seats
Learning from Each Other  
11:20-12:05 Audience Response System with audience questions and lunch
12:05-1:00 Alive and Kicking: A Professional Football Player's Battle with Inflammatory Bowel Disease
       Mr. Rolf Benirschke
Handouts will not be printed for the event. They can be downloaded  here from June 12th to June 24th.
Questions? Contact Melissa Murphy, Regional Education & Support Manager
mmurphy@ccfa.org | 781-449-0324 x 2
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Date:
Time: 8:00 AM - 1:00 PM
Address:
1 Medical Center Drive
Lebanon, NH 03756
United States

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