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Endorsed Event: Oxford IBD MasterClass

Endorsed Event: Oxford IBD MasterClass

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We’re thrilled to endorse the Oxford IBD MasterClass, due to take place on Monday 12th & Tuesday 13th September 2022 at the Examination Schools in Oxford.

The meeting will focus on the innovations in IBD from the field of immunology, delivered by a distinguished faculty of expert speakers.

In addition to the main Oxford IBD MasterClass, there will be a forum for specialist IBD Nurses entitled IBD Nursing; On the Move. This will be a half day meeting on Monday morning. Those attending the forum are welcome to join the main Oxford MasterClass sessions on Monday afternoon and Tuesday morning.

There is also the opportunity to join the course dinner at New College on Monday evening to continue the discussions around the science and best clinical practice with the faculty, your peers, and colleagues.

Oxford IBD Masterclass has applied for CPD points/credits from The Federation of the Royal College of Physicians, further details about the number of points allocated will be shared in due course on their website.

Registration is now open, follow this link to book your place. BSG members will receive a 30% discount on fees.

Event endorsed by the BSG.



Time Session Speaker
08:30 Welcome Paul Klenerman/Jack Satsangi
08:40 How does the microbiome instruct the gut immune system in health and disease? Britta Siegmund (Berlin)
09:05 Do stromal signalling networks explain IBD? Alison Simmons (Oxford)
09:30 IBD genetics – is there any more to learn? Luke Jostins-Dean (Oxford)
09:55 Are innate-like T cell populations relevant to IBD? Paul Klenerman (Oxford)
10:25 The Oxford classification of monogenic inflammatory bowel disease Holm Uhlig (Oxford)
10:50 Coffee
State of the Art: Truelove Lecture
Chairpersons: Paul Klenerman/Jack Satsangi
11:30 The pathogenesis of inflammatory bowel disease Ramnik Xavier (Harvard)
12:30 Lunch
Immuno-modulation: The State of the Art
Chairpersons: Simon Travis/Oliver Brain
13:30 Thiopurine Therapy: forever? Or never ever?
Peter Irving (London)
13:55 Anti-TNF Therapy: what have we learnt in 20 years? Geert D’Haens (Amsterdam)
14:20 Manipulating the IL-12/23 axis: progress and
Tim Raine (Cambridge)
14:45 Anti-adhesion strategies Arthur Kaser (Cambridge)
15:10 Small Molecules: here to stay? Alissa Walsh (Oxford)
15:35 Tea
Beyond Drug Therapy
Chairpersons: Alissa Walsh/Jack Satsangi
16:00 Faecal Microbial Transplantation
Ailsa Hart (London)
16:25 Stem Cell Transplantation James Lindsay (London)
16:50 Intestinal Transplantation Phil Allan (Oxford)
State of the Art (2)
17:15 Prioritising new therapies in 2022
Brian Feagan (Canada)
18:00 Close
18:30 Reception and Dinner New College
Time Session University Examination
Changing Clinical Practice
Chairpersons: Rebecca Palmer/Tim Ambrose
08:30 The challenges and opportunities in Bench to Bedside Medicine Chris Buckley (Birmingham)
09:00 Therapeutic drug monitoring in inflammatory bowel disease – the state of the art Professor Severine Vermeire (Belgium)
09:30 The Management of Inflammatory Bowel Disease in Pregnancy: How I do it? Janneke van der Woude (Rotterdam)
10:00 Colitis and Cancer Immunotherapy Oliver Brain (Oxford)
10:30 Coffee
Chairpersons: Simon Travis/Oliver Brain
11:00 Perianal Crohn’s disease – is there hope on the horizon? Nicola Fernhead (Cambridge)
11:30 Hepatobiliary complications of inflammatory bowel disease Emma Culver (Oxford)
12:00 Surgery in the era of biologics Bruce George (Oxford)
State of the Art (3)
12:30 Colitis – associated carcinogenesis – from stem cell to biomarker Simon Leedham (Oxford)
12:55 Concluding Remarks Jack Satsangi (Oxford)
13:00 Lunch
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12-09-2022 @ 08:30 to
13-09-2022 @ 17:00

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