5th H-ECCO IBD Masterclass

Date       February 13-14, 2020
Time   February 13 from 13:15 to 17:00
February 14 from 08:00 to 12:00
Responsible Committee   H-ECCO, endorsed by ESP
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Target audience   Histopathologists, Clinicians
ECCO Membership 2020 required   Regular/Y-ECCO/IBD nurse/Affiliate Membership
Registration details   Online registration
Registration fee: 80 EUR (incl. 20% Austrian VAT)
50% reduction for Y-ECCO, Affiliate & IBD Nurse Members

  • 5th H-ECCO IBD Masterclass
    13:15-13:20 1: Welcome & Introduction
    Speaker: Roger Feakins, London, United Kingdom
    13:20-15:00 Session 1: Diagnosis
    Speaker: Roger Feakins, London, United Kingdom
    Francesca Rosini, London, United Kingdom
    13:20-13:35 2: Do I really need a histopathologist? 
    James Lindsay, London, United Kingdom
    13:35-13:55 3: IBD vs non-IBD in biopsies and reporting guidance
    Roger Feakins, London, United Kingdom
    13:55-14:15 4: Ulcerative Colitis or Crohn’s Disease? The pathologist’s contribution 
    Monika Tripathi, Cambridge, United Kingdom
    14:15-14:40 5: Appendiceal pathology in IBD and other circumstances 
    Robert Riddell, Toronto, Canada
    14:40-15:00 6: The liver in IBD
    Francesca Rosini, London, United Kingdom
    15:00-15:30
    Coffee break
    15:30-17:00 Session 2: Challenges
    Monika Tripathi, Cambridge, United Kingdom
    Paula Borralho Nunes, Lisbon, Portugal
    15:30-15:55 7: Pathogenesis, pathology and management of serrated lesions in IBD and non-IBD 
    Laurent Peyrin-Biroulet, Vandoeuvre-Les-Nancy, France
    Magali Svrcek, Paris, France
    15:55-16:15 8: Bowel transplant in IBD and other circumstances
    Monika Tripathi, Cambridge, United Kingdom
    Lisa Sharkey, Cambridge, United Kingdom
    16:15-16:30 9: GI dysplasia and reactive atypia: can we agree and does p53 help?
    Gert de Hertogh, Leuven, Belgium
    16:30-16:45 10: Examples of atypia / slide seminar
    Francesca Rosini, London, United Kingdom
    Gert de Hertogh, Leuven, Belgium
      16:45-17:00 11: Dysplasia - discussion
    Francesca Rosini, London, United Kingdom
    Gert de Hertogh, Leuven, Belgium
  • 5th H-ECCO IBD Masterclass
    08:00-09:45 Session 3: Mimics and associations
    Peter Irving, London, United Kingdom
    Shaun Walsh, Dundee, United Kingdom
      08:00-08:20 12: Clinical mimics of IBD 
    Peter Irving, London, United Kingdom
    08:20-08:40 13: Unusual patterns of IBD
    Roger Feakins, London, United Kingdom
      08:40-09:00 14: Mass lesions and diverticular disease and their relationship with IBD 
    Shaun Walsh, Dundee, United Kingdom
      09:00-09:20 15: Upper GI pathology in IBD – when is it really IBD?
    Monika Tripathi, Cambridge, United Kingdom
      09:20-09:45 16: IgG4 pathology – background and its relevance to IBD 
    Yoh Zen, London, UK
    09:45-10:15 Coffee break
    10:15-11:55 Session 4: Evolving concepts
    Gert de Hertogh, Leuven, Belgium
    Magali Svrcek, Paris, France
      10:15-10:30 17: Predictive and prognostic factors in IBD 
    Severine Vermeire, Leuven, Belgium
      10:30-10:45 18: IBD drugs, mucosal healing, and pathology scores 
    Gert de Hertogh, Leuven, Belgium
      10:45-11:00 19: Newer IBD drugs and how clinicians assess them
    Marc Ferrante, Leuven, Belgium
      11:00-11:15 20: Predictive and prognostic factors in IBD – could pathology help?
    Francesca Rosini, London, United Kingdom
      11:15-11:30 21: Very early onset IBD and the differential diagnosis of paediatric IBD
    Paula Borralho Nunes, Lisbon, Portugal
      11:30-11:55 22: Hot topics in IBD
    Magali Svrcek, Paris, France
    11:55-12:00 23: Closing remarks
    TBC