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Introducing New DDW Tracks

Feb. 8, 2016

Fifteen new categories help you more easily navigate this year’s meeting.

New for 2016, we have designed a group of DDW Tracks that will provide attendees with the ability to search all of this year's Digestive Disease Week® (DDW) sessions by topic or theme across all societies.

You will see these tracks in printed materials (color coded), used for grouping posters in the Poster Hall and as a search option in the mobile application. The 15 tracks are included in the chart below.

Registration for DDW 2016 is Now Open

Reserve your spot by April 6, 2016, to save at least $75, secure your spot in popular ticketed sessions and get your first choice of hotel. Member trainees and postdoctoral fellows can register for free before this deadline.

Registration also includes online access to DDW On Demand (a $1,200 value) for two years.

Basic Science Colorectal Diseases
Microbiome in Gastrointestinal and Liver Diseases Functional GI and Motility Disorders
Inflammatory Bowel Diseases Pancreatic Diseases
Liver Diseases and Transplantation Biliary Tract Diseases
Obesity and Nutrition Technologies and Procedural Innovations
Esophageal Diseases Health-Care Delivery, Economics and Practice Management
Stomach and Small Bowel Disorders Education and Training
Pediatric GI

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