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January 16, 2019

Register for DDW® 2019 and the AGA Postgraduate Course

The site is open to AGA members a week before nonmembers.

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Registration and housing for Digestive Disease Week® (DDW) 2019 are now open for AGA members. Register ahead of the crowd to book your first choice of hotel and save at least $80. Early bird registration is complimentary for AGA member trainees, postdoctoral fellows, medical residents and students (ends April 3).

 

DDW is co-sponsored by AGA, AASLD, ASGE and SSAT. Visit the DDW website to learn more about what’s included in the cost of registration.

 

50 years of DDW

 

Get ready to commemorate 50 years of DDW in San Diego, California, May 18-21, 2019. What better way to celebrate the DDW legacy than to dive into major GI breakthroughs on the California coastline? The global destination for GI education, DDW is the leading meeting for professionals working in gastroenterology, hepatology, GI endoscopy, gastrointestinal surgery and related fields.

 

DDW has spent 50 years providing education for all attendees across the spectrum of professional activities. Join us in San Diego and experience firsthand how DDW:

 

 

    • Presents research  in more than 4,000 poster presentations and over 1,000 abstract presentations.

 

    • Connects you with digestive disease professionals from varied backgrounds around the world.

 

    • Showcases the latest innovative products and services in the field.

 

 

 

Registration for the 2019 AGA Postgraduate Course is also open for AGA members using the same link. Join us at the AGA Institute’s flagship live educational offering, May 18 and 19, 2019, to learn recent clinical advances that impact how care is delivered. Continue your professional development by learning about a variety of disease states while drawing on actual clinical examples.

 

 

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