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Inaugural


Clinical Approaches for Special Populations in IBD

US Focus Meeting

International Knowledge & Clinical Practice in 2024


Kimpton Marlowe Hotel, Boston, Massachusetts

Friday 6 September 2024

Presentations will be available online for 12 months

Meeting content distributed to 12,000+ HCPs

For more information get in touch!

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Co-chair

Marla C. Dubinsky, MD

Mount Sinai School of Medicine, New York, USA

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Co-chair

Miguel Regueiro, MD

Cleveland Clinic, Ohio

Dear Colleagues and Friends,


We are delighted to extend our warmest invitation to the multinational congress Clinical Approaches for Special Populations in IBD US Focus 2024, to be held at Kimpton Marlowe Hotel, Boston, Massachusetts on 6 September 2024.


Centered around the theme "International Knowledge & Clinical Practice in 2024", this meeting provides pivotal collaboration aimed at advancing Clinical Approaches for Special Populations in IBD research and patient treatment on a global scale.


This meeting presents an opportunity for medical professionals to engage in the exchange of knowledge, expertise, and insights, as well as networking with leading experts from around the world.


Engage in riveting presentations, participate in thought-provoking debates and round-table discussions, and connect with peers at informal social gatherings.


All meeting content will be accessible online for a full year, reaching an extensive audience of healthcare professionals worldwide.


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Agenda & Faculty

Clinical Approaches for Special Populations in IBD US Focus Meeting, Friday 6 September 2024

08:00

Independent Educational Session

08:45

Opening Remarks – Ryan Fitzpatrick, CEO, MD Education

Session 1: Age does matter: Unique considerations

09:00

Early-life onset IBD

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Elizabeth Spencer, MD

Mount Sinai, New York

09:20

Adolescence & transition readiness

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Sandy Kim, MD

Cleveland Clinic, Ohio

09:40

Women’s reproductive health

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Marla C. Dubinsky, MD

Mount Sinai School of Medicine, New York, USA

10:00

Late-life onset IBD

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Bharati Kochar, MD

Massachusetts General Hospital, Massachusetts

10:20

Panel Discussion

10:50

Coffee Break

Session 2: The operative patient: Key considerations

11:10

Current management of post-operative Crohn’s

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Miguel Regueiro, MD

Cleveland Clinic, Ohio

11:30

Current management of post-operative UC

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Maia Kayal, MD

Mount Sinai, New York

11:50

Current management of perianal disease

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Ben Click, MD

UC Health, Colorado

12:10

Panel Discussion

12:40

Lunch Break & Group Photo

13:30

Independent Educational Session

Session 3: Comorbidities and safety considerations

14:15

Cardiac and thrombotic conditions

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David T. Rubin, MD

The University of Chicago, USA

14:35

Malignancies and screening

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Corey Siegel, MD

Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center, New Hampshire

14:55

Infections and prevention

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Millie D. Long, MD

UNC School of Medicine, North Carolina, USA

15:15

Panel Discussion

15:45

Coffee Break

16:05

Independent Educational Session

Session 4: Immune considerations beyond the gut

16:50

Skin & Joints and Beyond

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Ashwin Ananthakrishnan, MD

Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, Massachusetts

17:10

Eyes and Beyond

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Katie Falloon, MD

Cleveland Clinic, Ohio

17:30

The Brain and Gut Connectivity

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Sarah Ballou, MD

Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Boston, Massachusetts

17:50

Panel Discussion

18:10

Adjourn