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AGA Board Members Share Expertise at Postgrad Course

March 28, 2016

Five AGA board members will present at the 2016 AGA Postgraduate Course, May 21 and 22.

The 2016 AGA Postgraduate Course: Cognitive and Technical Skills for the Gastroenterologist at Digestive Disease Week® (DDW) is set to host more than 60 expert presenters — the best in the world — including five AGA Governing Board members (pictured above).

You won't want to miss these talks:

  • Michael Camilleri, MD, AGAF
    "Overlooked, Overused, and Emerging Therapies for Common Gastrointestinal Disorders"
  • Sheila Crowe, MD, AGAF
    "Bloating, Functional Bowel Disease and Food Sensitivity: Non-Celiac Gluten-Sensitivity, the Low-FODMAP Diet and Beyond"
  • Gregory Gores, MD, AGAF
    "Managing the Possibly Malignant Biliary Stricture"
  • John Inadomi, MD, AGAF
    "Colon Cancer Screening"
  • Rajeev Jain, MD, AGAF
    "A Primer on Performance Measures and Bundled Payment: Volume to Value"

Early bird registration ends in less than a week on April 6 (save $75). AGA trainee and young GI members receive deep discounts on this course, which takes place May 21 and 22. View all categories and register today.


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