Dear Friends & Colleagues,
On behalf of The European Society for Paediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition and in collaboration with The British Society of Paediatric Gastroenterology and Nutrition and the London Paediatric Gastroenterologists, we are delighted to invite you to the 46th Annual Meeting of ESPGHAN, 8 – 11 May 2013, London, UK.
The 46th Annual Meeting will take place in the East of London at the International Conference Centre, (ICC) London ExCeL, located close to the Royal Victoria Dock and London City Airport using the DLR and alighting at the Prince Regent stop for the ICC London ExCeL. The scientific programme promises to offer the most recent updates in scientific and clinical research within the fields of paediatric gastroenterology, hepatology and nutrition. With stimulating key note lectures and symposia, sessions for Post Graduates and Allied Health Professionals combined with diverse Satellite Symposia from key industry partners, it promises to be a popular and exciting meeting. The theme for the Meeting is ‘Research for a Better Future’ which will include interesting topics such as Emerging concepts in parenteral nutrition, Coeliac disease and autoimmunity and Perinatal liver disease.
London is steeped in a colourful and regal heritage and has many attractions that include the Tower of London, Royal Palaces, and boasting stunning views of the River Thames, the newly renovated Tower Bridge. Positioned to the south east in Greenwich and built in 1869 is the remarkable Cutty Sark clipper ship, one of only three wooden hull and iron framed clipper ships from the 19th century left in the world.
We look forward to welcoming you to a historic and vibrant capital where you can enjoy what London has to offer, in addition to participating in and appreciating the diverse scientific programme of the 46th Annual Meeting of ESPGHAN. It will be the ideal opportunity to meet colleagues and peers to discuss and share exciting developments within paediatric gastroenterology, hepatolgy and nutrition.
|Riccardo Troncone |
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Chair of the Local Organising Committee
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