Frontiers in Colorectal and Intestinal Disease 2024

Save the date (Nov 20–22, 2024) for our 22nd Annual Frontiers in Colorectal and Intestinal Disease with a spotlight on 'Tackling uncertainty in colorectal disease'.

Date
Wednesday 20th Nov - Friday 22nd Nov 2024
Time
9am - 5pm
Venue
Glaziers Hall, London Bridge SE1 9DD

Save the date (Nov 20–22, 2024) for our 22nd Annual Frontiers in Colorectal and Intestinal Disease with a spotlight on ‘Tackling uncertainty in colorectal disease’.

It is my pleasure and privilege as Dean of St Mark’s Academic Institute to welcome you to London to our 22nd Annual Frontiers in Colorectal and Intestinal Disease. We look forward to welcoming a face-to-face audience to the magnificent Glaziers Hall, 9 Montague Place, London Bridge, London, SE1 9DD.

In addition, we are delighted to welcome our online audience from around the world. We will be making full use of high quality audio visual facilities to give our audience an excellent experience, whether you are with us in person, or joining us from elsewhere in the world.

The Symposium will cover a broad range of topics, all of which are multidisciplinary, and encompass real issues that we deal with day-to-day in our clinics, presented by leading experts.

We will also present cutting edge research, and are honoured to have Prof. Millie Long (Director of the Division of Gastroenterology and Hepatology, University of North Carolina) as our Sir Francis Avery Jones Visiting Professor, Prof. Antonino Spinelli (Division Director of Colon and Rectal Surgery & Professor of Surgery, Humanitas University, Milan) as our Sir Alan Parks Visiting Professor, and Prof. Matt Rutter (Professor of Gastroenterology, University Hospital of North Tees) as our Professor John Lennard-Jones Visiting Professor. We will be revealing our Professor for the Basil Morson Visiting Professor Lecture soon.

We will combine medical, endoscopic, radiological, oncological, surgical, nursing and nutritional expertise throughout the programme, and also ensure that our patients’ voice is loudly heard.

As we develop the Frontiers Programme, we will publish the full details and timetable here. If you have a specific query, you can contact us on [email protected]. We look forward to welcoming you to another fantastic conference, see you there!

Prof. Naila Arebi, Dean