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March 9, 2020

Interact one-on-one with experts

Leading experts will cover a variety of topics from finding a job to training in endoscopic procedures in the DDW Trainee and Early Career Lounge.
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Located in South Hall A, Level 3 of McCormick Place, the DDW Trainee and Early Career Lounge is a space dedicated to trainee and early career GI attendees. Come meet and network with peers from around the world over a cup of coffee or while playing a game. Information will be available from AGA in addition to trainee-specific programming. Access will be limited to trainees, postdoctoral fellows, students, or anyone who graduated from training or fellowship in the past five years. Hours of Operation  Saturday, May 2, to Monday, May 20, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday, May 5, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Meet-the-Expert Sessions
These new, informal sessions will start with 15 minutes of meet and greet, followed by a half hour presentation. Presenters will stay to answer questions until the end of the hour.
Date Topic and Presenter Lead society
May 2 Finding a job Motaz Qadan, MD SSAT
May 3 Building a clinical research career Lisa VanWagner, MD AASLD
May 4 Training in complex (non-ERCP/non-EUS) endoscopic procedures ASGE
May 5 AGA FORWARD Program Folasade (Fola) May, MD AGA
Access to this lounge and sessions are included in the cost of registration. Save at last $85 when you register on or before March 18. AGA trainee, medical resident and student members receive complimentary registration during the early bird period.

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AGA’s career-building sessions at DDW®
AGA has designed special sessions, spanning across all work settings, with you in mind. Whether you’re in training or early in your career, look forward to learning skills and strategies vital to where you’re at in your career journey and crucial to successfully navigating ahead. View session details.
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