Guided poster session

The guided poster session is scheduled on Friday, February 16, 2018 from 12:30 to 13:30 in the exhibition hall in Hall C at Messe Wien.

At least one of the authors of the abstracts will be present to give a 1-2 minute summary of the major findings described in the poster. Poster session chairs will guide through the poster exhibition in pairs. Congress delegates present during that time will enjoy the opportunity to engage in poster discussions. Please choose one of the below listed poster groups and follow the respective poster chairs (they will carry a button with the words “ECCO Poster Chair” as well as a sign indicating the poster group number and the topic). The starting poster of each group is indicated below – please make sure to be there at 12:30.

Guided poster session chairs:
(I) Basic Science:
Group 1 (starts at P001): Paula Borralho Nunes, Lisbon, Portugal
Michael Scharl, Zurich, Switzerland
Group 2 (starts at P033): Isabelle Cleynen, Leuven, Belgium
Gerhard Rogler, Zurich, Switzerland 
Group 3 (starts at P064): Hannah Gordon, London, United Kingdom
Charlotte Hedin, Solna, Sweden
Group 4 (starts at P095): Pieter Hindryckx, Ghent, Belgium
Monika Tripathi, Cambridge, United Kingdom
(II) Clinical: Diagnosis & outcome:
Group 5 (starts at P126): Laurent Beaugerie, Paris, France
Christianne Buskens, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Group 6 (starts at P156): Lissy de Ridder, Rotterdam, The Netherlands
David Wilson, Edinburgh, United Kingdom
Group 7 (starts at P185): Gert De Hertogh, Leuven, Belgium
Janneke van der Woude, Rotterdam, The Netherlands
Group 8 (starts at P214): Emma Calabrese, Rome, Italy
Mihai Diculescu, Bucharest, Romania
Group 9 (starts at P243): Marina Aloi, Rome, Italy
Group 10 (starts at P272): Tim Raine, Cambridge, United Kingdom
Murat Toruner, Ankara, Turkey
Group 11 (starts at P301): Gerassimos Mantzaris, Athens, Greece
Andreas Sturm, Berlin, Germany
Group 12 (starts at P330): Christian Maaser, Lüneburg, Germany
Patrick van Rheenen, Groningen, The Netherlands
(III) Clinical: Therapy and observation:
Group 13 (starts at P359): Raja Atreya, Erlangen, Germany
Daniel Hommes, Los Angeles, United States
Group 14 (starts at P390): Michel Adamina, Winterthur, Switzerland
Krisztina Gecse, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Group 15 (starts at P421): Miquel Gassull, Barcelona, Spain
Paula Ministro, Viseu, Portugal
Group 16 (starts at P451): Vito Annese, Florence, Italy
Dino Tarabar, Belgrade, Serbia
Group 17 (starts at P481): Willem Bemelman, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Herbert Tilg, Innsbruck, Austria
Group 18 (starts at P511): Laurence Egan, Galway, Ireland
Janindra Warusavitarne, London, United Kingdom
Group 19 (starts at P541): Franck Carbonnel, Paris, France
Marcus Harbord, London, United Kingdom
Group 20 (starts at P571): Paolo Gionchetti, Bologna, Italy
John Mansfield, Newcastle, United Kingd
Group 21 (starts at P601): TBC
Edyta Zagorowicz, Warsaw, Poland
Group 22 (starts at P631): Ailsa Hart, London, United Kingdom
Milan Lukas, Prague, Czech Republic
Group 23 (starts at P661): Peter Irving, London, United Kingdom
Joana Torres, Lisbon, Portugal
Group 24 (starts at P691): Konstantinos Katsanos, Ioannina, Greece
Boris Vucelic, Zagreb, Croatia
Group 25 (starts at P721): Jaroslaw Kierkus, Warsaw, Poland
Fernando Magro, Porto, Portugal
Group 26 (starts at P751): Anil Asthana, Melbourne, Australia
Shaji Sebastian, Hull, United Kingdom
(IV) Epidemiology:
Group 27 (starts at P781): Tine Jess, Copenhagen, Denmark
Jimmy Limdi, Manchester, United Kingdom
Group 28 (starts at P811): Naila Arebi, London, United Kingdom
Peter Lakatos, Budapest, Hungary; Montreal, Canada
(V) Genetics:
Group 29 (starts at P841): Richard Russell, Glasgow, United Kingdom
Magali Svrcek, Paris, France
(VI) Microbiology:
Group 30 (starts at P851): James Lindsay, London, United Kingdom
Harry Sokol, Paris, France