הכנס המשותף של  החברה לכירורגיה קולורקטלית והחוג למחלות מעי דלקתיות הכנס המשותף של  החברה לכירורגיה קולורקטלית והחוג למחלות מעי דלקתיות תפריט

 

 

Prof.  Matthieu Allez
Head, Department of Gastroenterology.
Saint-Louis Hospital, France

 

Dr. Christianne Buskens,
Academic Medical Center.
 Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Head of the department of gastroenterology at Hopital Saint-Louis in Paris, and expert in Inflammatory Bowel Diseases.
After he gained his medical degree Matthieu Allez spent two years as a visiting associate in the department of Immunobiology at Mount Sinai in New York and was promoted to Professor of Gastroenterology in Paris in 2006 (Université Denis Diderot, Paris Sorbonne).
Additionally, Professor Allez served ECCO as chair of SciCom and Scientific officer. He is a member of the scientific committee of UEG, a member of IOIBD, a member of the GETAID and also the co-founder and President of the French research group REMIND. Professor Allez’s main research interests focus on regulation of mucosal immune responses, identification of biomarkers and biologic therapies for inflammatory bowel diseases. 
  Christianne Buskens graduated at the Medical School at the University of Utrecht in 1999. From 2000 until 2003 she worked as a research fellow at the department of surgery, and the department of experimental oncology at the Academic Medical Centre (AMC) in Amsterdam. This resulted in her PhD thesis ´The development of new treatment strategies for oesophageal cancer’, which she defended with distinction in 2004. She was trained as a surgeon from 2003 until 2009 at the AMC, Antoni van Leeuwenhoek Hospital (Amsterdam), and Gelre Hospitals (Apeldoorn). After completion of her surgical training, she was granted a fellowship from the Dutch Cancer Organization (KWF) at the department of colorectal surgery in Oxford, United Kingdom. Here, she specialized in proctology and minimally invasive surgery. In January 2012, she became a staff member of the AMC colorectal surgeons group. Nowadays, she combines her clinical work as an IBD surgeon with translational research which is funded by an innovative research incentive grant from The Netherlands organisation for health research and development. Her research lines focus on the role of the appendix in ulcerative colitis, and the the effector functions of (myeloid) immune cells. She also has a masters in clinical epidemiology.

 

 

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