ENDO 2022’s formidable lineup of individual lectures
Title: Polypectomy: 50 Years of History
May 13, 2022 ‖ 8:30–10:00 JST
Speaker: Jerome D. Waye (United States)
WEO Past President
Given Professor Waye’s outstanding experience and lecturing skills, we anticipate a great opening for ENDO 2022!
WEO Distinguished Lecture
Title: Improving ADR: Tricks of the Trade
May 14, 2022 ‖ 9:40–10:00 JST
Speaker: Douglas K. Rex
A notable feature of the ENDO 2022 Scientific Program is the Distinguished Lecture which is to be given by Dr. Douglas K. Rex, President of the American Society for Gastrointestinal Endoscopy (ASGE). Dr. Rex’s major research interests are in colorectal disease, particularly colorectal cancer screening and the technical performance of colonoscopy.
WEO Honorary Lectures
Luminaries in the field of GI endoscopy and gastroenterology will deliver the highly prestigious Named Lectures, each lecture representing one of the three WEO zones.
Asian-Pacific Society of Digestive Endoscopy (A-PSDE): Sadataka Tasaka Honorary Lecture
Title: Key Milestones in the Development of GI Endoscopy
May 13, 2022 ‖ 15:00–15:30 JST
European Society of Gastrointestinal Endoscopy (ESGE): Francois Moutier Honorary Lecture
Title: Endoscopic Treatment of Colonic Neoplasia – Which Technique for Which Polyp
May 14, 2022 ‖ 17:30 – 18:00 JST
Inter-American Society of Digestive Endoscopy (SIED): Rudolf Schindler Honorary Lecture
Title: The Evolution of Gastrointestinal Endoscopy in Latin America
May 15, 2022 ‖ 10:15–10:35 JST
Invited Lecture 1: Future for Endoscopy: Worldwide Technology and Expertise
May 13, 2022 ‖ 14:30 – 15:00 JST
Speaker: Jean-Francois Rey (France)
Invited Lecture 2: Recent and Near-Future Advances in Medical Therapy for the Inflammatory Bowel Diseases
May 14, 2022 ‖ 10:30–11:00 JST
Speaker: Bruce Sands (United States)
Invited Lecture 3: Medicine after the Pandemic: Perspectives from an American Academic Medical Center
May 15, 2022 ‖ 10:30–11:00 JST
Speaker: Daniel Podolsky (United States)
Invited Lecture 4: Celebrating the 40th Anniversary of the Discovery of H. pylori: What We Have Learned During the Past Four Decades
May 14, 2022 ‖ 9:00–9:20 JST
Speaker: Barry Marshall (Australia)
Professor Barry Marshall is a Nobel Prize Laureate for his discovery of the bacterium Helicobacter pylori and its role in gastritis and peptic ulcer disease. He has also received the Albert Lasker Clinical Medical Research Award (1995) and the Benjamin Franklin Medal (1999) for his work on H. pylori. In addition, he has written several books, including Helicobacter Pioneers (2002), a collection of historical first-hand accounts of scientists who studied Helicobacter.
WEO is honored to have Professor Marshall’s participation in ENDO 2022. This is a lecture not to be missed!