ECCO invites you to the 18th Congress of ECCO that will take place in Copenhagen on March 1st - 4th, 2023.
18th Congress of European Crohn’s and Colitis Organisation (ECCO) 2023
The past two years showed us that the IBD community remains together despite the circumstances that only allowed us to meet digitally, and we all look very much forward to gather again and to have the real interaction that we have always enjoyed so much. The Bella Center in Copenhagen will host the ECCO family for what I believe will be a very special congress for us all.
We will have a fascinating Scientific Programme revolving around the theme “Sequencing in IBD” held by the best professionals in the field of IBD and gastroenterology.
In parallel, the 15 courses included in our well-known and very demanded Educational Programme will offer again a unique learning experience to the participants.
The online version of the congress will be available through our virtual platform during and after the congress days for those who cannot travel or missed a presentation.
The scientific programme is structured around basic science, traditional medicine and clinical sessions given by some of the world's top specialists.
The educational programme is scheduled prior to the official start of the ECCO Congress and requires additional registration. It covers activities for ECCO's different interest groups.
The ECCO'23 Abstract Submission is now open. We are looking forward to your contribution before the deadline of November 21, 2022 (23:59 CET).
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