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The Third Annual Peter D. Stevens Course on Innovations in Digestive Care

  1. 1. The Third Annual Peter D. Stevens Course on Innovations in Digestive Care Featuring Live Surgical & Interventional Cases & Hands-on Animal Tissue Labs April 10–11, 2014 New York City Program Co-Directors: John A. Chabot, MD, FACS Frank G. Gress, MD, MBA, AGAF, FACG, FASGE Michel Kahaleh, MD, AGAF, FACG, FASGE Jeffrey Milsom, MD, FACS, FACG Amrita Sethi, MD Robbyn Sockolow, MD, AGAF www.gi-innovations.org Columbia University Medical Center Herbert Irving Comprehensive Cancer Center Endorsed by the AGA Institute This course is endorsed by the American Society for Gastrointestinal Endoscopy
  2. 2. Innovations­ in­Digestive­Care This­two­day­course­will­inform­participants­of­the­latest­innovations­for­the­management­ of­gastrointestinal­diseases­and­disorders,­and­will­offer­a­unique­opportunity­to­learn­more about­the­current­trends­in­interventional­endoscopic­and­surgical­procedures.­Internationally recognized­ faculty­ will­ address­ issues­ in­ current­ clinical­ practice,­ complications­ and­ pitfalls­of­newer­technologies,­and­the­evolution­of­the­field.­Attendee­participation­and­ interaction­will­be­emphasized­and­facilitated­through­Q&A­sessions,­live­OR­and­interactive case­presentations­and­hands-on­animal­tissue­labs. n Overall Goals •­Describe­endoscopic­drainage­of­pancreatic­fluid­collections •­Demonstrate­minimally­invasive­techniques­in­surgery •­Identify­options­in­acute­and­chronic­pancreatitis •­Discuss­the­latest­progress­in­biliary­and­pancreatic­cancer •­Apply­the­use­of­ablation­therapy­for­GI­cancer •­Learn­and­discuss­the­latest­in­prevention­of­complications­in­endoscopy •­Understand­and­discuss­the­endoscopic­approach/management­of­surgical­complications •­Describe­the­most­current­advances­in­pancreatic­disorders •­Understand­robotic­surgery­for­gastrointestinal­surgery •­Discuss­the­early­diagnosis­of­esophageal­and­gastric­cancer •­Explore­different­palliation­for­pancreatic-biliary­cancers •­Recognize­the­latest­advances­in­colorectal­cancer­surgery •­Identify­the­latest­advances­in­therapeutic­endoscopy •­Apply­optimal­screening­for­pancreatic­and­biliary­cancers •­Understand­the­management­of­malignant­and­benign­biliary­strictures •­Discuss­the­usage­of­interventional­echoendoscopy •­Increase­knowledge­of­the­use­of­robotics­in­the­digestive­tract •­Identify­the­latest­advances­in­imaging­for­colorectal­disease •­Recognize­the­latest­surgical­interventions­for­inflammatory­bowel­disease • Increase­knowledge­about­peroral­endoscopic­myotomy­and­endoscopic­fundoplication n Learning Objectives •­Gastroenterologists •­Interventional­Endoscopists •­Gastrointestinal­Surgeons •­General­Surgeons •­Colon­and­Rectal­Surgeons •­Thoracic­Surgeons •­Physician­Assistants •­Nurses n Target Audience 1
  3. 3. April­10-11,­2014 The­College­of­Physicians­and­Surgeons­of­Columbia­University­is­accredited­by­the­Accreditation Council­for­Continuing­Medical­Education­to­provide­continuing­medical­education­for physicians. n Accreditation The­College­of­Physicians­and­Surgeons­designates­this­live­activity­for­a­maximum­of 14.75 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™.­Physicians­should­claim­only­the­credit­commensurate­with­the­ extent­of­their­participation­in­the­activity. n AMA Credit Designation Statement Nurses­ and­ physician­ assistants­ are­ encouraged­ to­ check­ with­ their­ accrediting­ organization­to­ensure­they­accept­AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Break­down­of­AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Thursday, April 10, 2014 Friday, April 11, 2014 Session­1­=­2.0 Session­4­=­2.25 Session­2­=­2.0 Session­5­=­4.0 Session­3­=­3.0 Hands-on­Animal­Tissue­Labs­=­3.0­ Please­refer­to­the­program­agenda­for­credit­allocation. We­expect­support­for­this­program­through­grants­from­pharmaceutical­and­medical­device companies. n Support This­course­meets­the­guidelines­as­established­in­the­“Framework­for­Post-Residency Surgical­Education­and­Training”­and­is­endorsed­by­the­Society­of­American­Gastrointestinal­Endoscopic­Surgeons­(SAGES).­This­course­is­also­endorsed­by­the­American Gastroenterological­Association­(AGA)­and­the­American­Society­for­Gastrointestinal­ Endoscopy­(ASGE). n Endorsements Columbia­University­Medical­Center Department­of­Surgery,­External­Affairs­ 400­Kelby­Street,­11th­Floor­ Fort­Lee,­NJ­07­ 24­ 0 n Course Organizers Program Coordinators Jessica­Scully­ Senior­Events­Coordinator­ Columbia­University­Medical­Center­ Department­of­Surgery,­External­Affairs­ Telephone:­201-346-7007­ Fax:­201-346-7011­ E-mail:­jas2134@columbia.edu Program Administrator Deborah­Schwarz,­RPA,­CIBE­ Executive­Director­and Chief­Communications­Officer­ Columbia­University­Medical­Center Department­of­Surgery,­External­Affairs­ Megan­Montgomery,­MPH Director,­Center­for­ Advanced­Digestive­Care NewYork-Presbyterian/ Weill­Cornell­Medical­Center­ Telephone:­212-746-5579 E-mail:­mem7003@nyp.org 2
  4. 4. Day­1:­Thursday,­April­10,­2014 7:25am­–­7:30am Opening­Remarks­(Myrna­L.­Daniels­Auditorium)*­ — Laura Forese, MD, MPH 6:45am – 7:25am Registration (Outside of the Myrna L. Daniels Auditorium)* Breakfast & Vendor Exhibits (The Riverview Terrace)* 7:45am – 8:45am Session 1: The Esophagus (Myrna L. Daniels Auditorium)* 2.0 Credits Moderators: Nasser Altorki, MD, FACS and David D. Markowitz, MD 7:30am­–­7:45am 7:45am­–­8:00am 8:00am­–­8:15am 8:15am­–­8:30am 8:30am­–­8:45am 8:45am – 9:45am 9:45am – 10:00am 10:00am­–­10:15am Welcome­and­Peter­D.­Stevens­Memorial­Remarks­ (Myrna­L.­Daniels­Auditorium)* — Michel Kahaleh, MD, AGAF, FACG, FASGE and Charles J. Lightdale, MD, AGAF, MACG, FASGE Advances­in­Gastroesophageal­Imaging­ — Charles J. Lightdale, MD, AGAF, MACG, FASGE Ablation­Therapy­of­the­Esophagus­ — Julian Abrams, MD, MS Endoscopic­Treatment­for­Benign­Disorders­of­the­Esophagus­ — Michel Kahaleh, MD, AGAF, FACG, FASGE Minimally­Invasive­Surgery­of­the­Esophagus­ — Joshua R. Sonett, MD, FACS Live OR Cases (Myrna L. Daniels Auditorium)* Break & Vendor Exhibits (The Riverview Terrace)* Endoscopic­Ultrasound­Evaluation­of­Cystic­Lesions­of­the­Pancreas — Jose G. de la Mora-Levy, MD, MSc, FASGE 10:00am – 10:45am Session 2: The Pancreas (Myrna L. Daniels Auditorium)* 2.0 Credits Moderators: John A. Chabot, MD, FACS and Wallia J. Wever, MD 10:15am­–­10:30am 10:30am­–­10:45am Advances­in­EUS-guided­Procedures — Kenneth Binmoeller, MD Innovations­in­Surgical­Therapy­of­the­Pancreas­ — Michael Lieberman, MD 10:45am – 12:00pm Live OR Cases (Myrna L. Daniels Auditorium)* 12:00pm – 1:00pm 3 Lunch & Vendor Exhibits (The Riverview Terrace)*
  5. 5. 1:00pm­–1:15pm 1:00pm – 1:45pm 1:15pm­–­1:30pm 1:30pm­–­1:45pm 1:45pm – 4:00pm 2:30pm – 5:30pm Day­1:­Thursday,­April­10,­2014 Endoscopic­Innovations­in­Bariatric­Surgery­ — Amrita Sethi, MD Session 3: The GI Lumen (Myrna L. Daniels Auditorium)* 3.0 Credits Moderators: Marc Bessler, MD and Amit Maydeo, MS, FASGE ESD­and­Full-Thickness­Resection­ — Gregory B. Haber, MD Minimally­Invasive­Surgery­of­the­Upper­GI­Tract­ — Yanghee Woo, MD Live OR Cases (Myrna L. Daniels Auditorium)* Live OR Demonstrators: Kenneth Binmoeller, MD, Steven A. Edmundowitz, MD, FASGE, Tamas A. Gonda, MD, Frank G. Gress, MD, MBA, AGAF, FACG, FASGE, Simone Guaraldi, MD, Michel Kahaleh, MD, AGAF, FACG, FASGE, Amit Maydeo, MS, FASGE, Jose G. de la Mora-Levy, MD, MSc, FASGE, Cyrus Piraka, MD, John M. Poneros, MD, FASGE, Amrita Sethi, MD, Reem Z. Sharaiha, MD, MSc, Adam Slivka, MD, PhD, Brian G. Turner, MD and Wallia J. Wever, MD Concurrent Session: Hands-on Animal Tissue Labs 3.0 Credits 630­W.­168th­Street,­18th­Floor* Lab­Coordinator:­Kai­Matthes,­MD,­PhD Station 1A: Bleeding/Perforation/Fistula — Reem Z. Sharaiha, MD, MSc Station 1B: Bleeding/Perforation/Fistula — Brian G. Turner, MD Station 2: Endoscopic­Retrograde­Cholangiopancreatography (ERCP)/Cannulation/Stone­Management/Stenting — Tamas A. Gonda, MD Station 3: Endoscopic­Mucosal­Resection­(EMR) — Gregory B. Haber, MD Station 4: Endoscopic­Retrograde­Cholangiopancreatography­ (ERCP)­Spy — Jessica Widmer, DO Station 5: Single­Balloon­Enteroscopy — Theo Doukides, MD Station 6: Endoscopic­Ultrasound­of­Pseudocysts — Wallia J. Wever, MD *­Please­see­page­8­for­meeting­locations­ 4
  6. 6. Day­2:­Friday,­April­11,­2014 7:25am­–­7:30am Opening­Remarks­(Myrna­L.­Daniels­Auditorium)* — Robert E. Kelly, MD 6:45am – 7:25am Registration (Outside of the Myrna L. Daniels Auditorium)* Breakfast & Vendor Exhibits (The Riverview Terrace)* 7:30am­–­7:45am Minimally­Invasive­Surgical­Techniques­in­Resection­ — Jeffrey Milsom, MD, FACS, FACG 7:30am – 8:15am 7:45am­–­8:00am 8:00am­–­8:15am 8:15am – 9:45am 9:45am – 10:00am Session 4: The Colon and the Rectum (Myrna L. Daniels Auditorium)* 2.25 Credits Moderators: Cyrus Piraka, MD, MD and John M. Poneros, MD, FASGE Advances­in­Surgery­for­IBD­-­Salvage­Procedures­and­ Continence­Procedures­ — P. Ravi Kiran, MBBS, MS, Msc, FRCS, FACS Endoscopic­Innovations­in­Colorectal­Disease­ — Gregory B. Haber, MD Live OR Cases (Myrna L. Daniels Auditorium)* Break & Vendor Exhibits (The Riverview Terrace)* 10:00am – 10:45am Session 5: Hepatobiliary (Myrna L. Daniels Auditorium)* 4.0 Credits Moderators: Frank G. Gress, MD, MBA, AGAF, FACG, FASGE and Simone Guaraldi, MD 10:00am­–­10:15am 10:15am­–­10:30am 10:30am­–­10:45am Advances­in­Biliary­Imaging­ — Adam Slivka, MD, PhD Advances­in­Endoscopic­Management­of­Malignant­Biliary­Strictures — Steven A. Edmundowicz, MD Cholangiocarcinoma:­Surgical­options­and­outcomes­ — Benjamin Samstein, MD 10:45am – 12:00pm Live OR Cases (Myrna L. Daniels Auditorium)* 2:45pm­–­3:00pm 12:00pm – 1:00pm 1:00pm – 2:45pm 5 Closing­Remarks­ — Michel Kahaleh, MD, AGAF, FACG, FASGE Lunch & Vendor Exhibits (The Riverview Terrace)* Live OR Cases (Myrna L. Daniels Auditorium)*
  7. 7. Faculty­List­ John A. Chabot, MD, FACS Vice­President,­ColumbiaDoctors David­V.­Habif­Professor­of­Clinical­Surgery Columbia­University­College­of­ Physicians­and­Surgeons Chief,­Division­of­GI/Endocrine­Surgery Executive­Director,­Pancreas­Center Associate­Director,­HICCC­for­Clinical­Affairs NewYork-Presbyterian/Columbia­University­Medical­Center Frank G. Gress, MD, MBA, AGAF, FACG, FASGE Professor­of­Medicine­ Columbia­University­College­of­ Physicians­and­Surgeons Clinical­Chief,­Division­of­Digestive­Diseases Chief,­Interventional­Endoscopy NewYork-Presbyterian/Columbia­University­Medical­Center Michel Kahaleh, MD, AGAF, FACG, FASGE Chief­of­Endoscopy Professor­of­Clinical­Medicine Medical­Director­Pancreas­Program Division­of­Gastroenterology­&­Hepatology Department­of­Medicine Weill­Cornell­Medical­College NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill­Cornell­Medical­Center n Program Co-Directors Kenneth Binmoeller, MD Medical­Director,­Interventional­ Endoscopy­Service­(IES) California­Pacific­Medical­Center Theo Doukides, MD Therapeutic­Endoscopy­ Boca­Raton­Regional­Hospital­&­ Delray­Medical­Center Steven A. Edmundowicz, MD, FASGE Professor­of­Medicine Chief­of­Endoscopy Washington­University­School­of­Medicine­in­St.­Louis Simone Guaraldi, MD Section­of­Digestive­Endoscopy­at­INCA­ (Instituto­Nacional­de­Cáncer) The­Brazilian­National­Institute­of­Cancer Gregory B. Haber, MD Director,­Division­of­Gastroenterology Lenox­Hill­Hospital Kai Matthes, MD, PhD Clinical­Associate­Professor Harvard­Medical­School Director,­Developmental­Endoscopy Beth­Israel­Deaconess­Medical­Center Associate­in­Perioperative­Care­ Boston­Children's­Hospital n Guest Faculty Jeffrey Milsom, MD, FACS, FACG Jerome­J.­Decosse,­MD­Professor­of­Surgery Weill­Cornell­Medical­College Chief­of­Colon­and­Rectal­Surgery Executive­Director,­Center­for Advanced­Digestive­Care Executive­Director,­Minimally­Invasive­ New­Technologies­Program­(MINT) NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill­Cornell­Medical­Center Amrita Sethi, MD Assistant­Professor­of­Clinical­Medicine Division­of­Digestive­and­Liver­Diseases Columbia­University­College­of­ Physicians­and­Surgeons NewYork-Presbyterian/Columbia­University­Medical­Center Robbyn Sockolow, MD, AGAF Associate­Professor­of­Clinical­Pediatrics Weill­Cornell­Medical­College Chief­of­Pediatric­Gastroenterology­and­Nutrition NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill­Cornell­Medical­Center Amit Maydeo, MS, FASGE Chairman,­Baldota­Institute­of­Digestive­Sciences Global­Hospital Mumbai,­India Founder­President,­Association­of­ Interventional­GI­Endoscopy Chairman,­Indian­College­of­Endoscopy Jose G. de la Mora-Levy, MD, MSc, FASGE Professor­of­Medicine Director­of­Endoscopic­Ultrasound­&­ Co-Director,­Pancreato-Biliary­Endoscopy National­Cancer­Institute Mexico­City,­Mexico Cyrus Piraka, MD Section­Chief,­Advanced­Therapeutic­Endoscopy Director­of­Advanced­Therapeutic­Endoscopy­Fellowship Division­of­Gastroenterology/Hepatology Henry­Ford­Health­System Adam Slivka, MD, PhD Professor­of­Medicine Associate­Chief Gastroenterology,­Hepatology­and­Nutrition University­of­Pittsburgh­Medical­Center 6
  8. 8. Faculty­List­ Wallia J. Wever, MD Gastroenterologo-Ecoendoscopista Unidad­de­Exploraciones­Digestivas­IMLF Caracas-Venezuela­ n Guest Faculty Continued Jessica Widmer, DO Assistant­Professor­of­Medicine Hofstra­North­Shore­-­ LIJ­School­of­Medicine n NewYork-Presbyterian Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons Weill Cornell Medical College Faculty Julian Abrams, MD, MS Florence­Irving­Assistant­Professor­of­Medicine Columbia­University­College­of­ Physicians­and­Surgeons NewYork-Presbyterian/Columbia­University­Medical­Center Nasser Altorki, MD, FACS Professor­of­Thoracic­Surgery Weill­Cornell­Medical­College Chief,­Division­of­Thoracic­Surgery NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill­Cornell­Medical­Center Marc Bessler, MD Professor­of­Clinical­Surgery Columbia­University­College­of­ Physicians­and­Surgeons Chief,­Division­of­Minimal­Access­and­Bariatric­ Director,­Center­for­Metabolic­and­Weight­Loss­Surgery NewYork-Presbyterian/Columbia­University­Medical­Center Tamas A. Gonda, MD Assistant­Professor­of­Clinical­Medicine Columbia­University­College­of­ Physicians­and­Surgeons NewYork-Presbyterian/Columbia­University­Medical­Center P. Ravi Kiran, MBBS, MS, MSc, FRCS, FACS Professor­of­Surgery Columbia­University­College­of­ Physicians­and­Surgeons Chief­and­Program­Director,­Division­of­ Colorectal­Surgery NewYork-Presbyterian/Columbia­University­Medical­Center Michael Lieberman, MD Associate­Professor­of­Clinical­Surgery Weill­Cornell­Medical­College Director­of­Surgery­at­The­Jay­Monahan­ Center­for­Gastrointestinal­Health Director­of­Surgical­Oncology NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill­Cornell­Medical­Center Charles J. Lightdale, MD, AGAF, MACF, FASGE Professor­of­Clinical­Medicine Columbia­University­College­of­ Physicians­and­Surgeons Director­of­Clinical­Research Division­of­Digestive­and­Liver­Diseases NewYork-Presbyterian/Columbia­University­Medical­Center 7 David D. Markowitz, MD Associate­Clinical­Professor­of­Medicine Columbia­University­College­of­Physicians­and­Surgeons NewYork-Presbyterian/Columbia­University­Medical­Center John M. Poneros, MD, FASGE Assistant­Professor­of­Medicine Columbia­University­College­of­ Physicians­and­Surgeons Associate­Director­of­Endoscopy Program­Director,­Advanced­Endoscopy­Fellowship NewYork-Presbyterian/Columbia­University­Medical­Center Benjamin Samstein, MD Assistant­Professor­of­Surgery Columbia­University­College­of­ Physicians­and­Surgeons Surgical­Director,­Living­Donor­Liver­ Transplant­Program Director,­Transplant­Surgery­Fellowship NewYork-Presbyterian/Columbia­University­Medical­Center Reem Z. Sharaiha, MD, MSc Assistant­Professor­of­Medicine Weill­Cornell­Medical­College NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill­Cornell­Medical­Center Joshua R. Sonett, MD, FACS Edwin­C.­and­Anne­K.­Weiskopf­ Professor­of­Surgical­Oncology­ Columbia­University­College­of­ Physicians­and­Surgeons­ Chief,­General­Thoracic­Surgery­ Director,­Price­Center­Comprehensive­Lung­Care­ NewYork-Presbyterian/Columbia­University­Medical­Center Brian G. Turner, MD Assistant­Professor­of­Medicine Weill­Cornell­Medical­College NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill­Cornell­Medical­Center Yanghee Woo, MD Assistant­Professor­of­Clinical­Surgery Division­of­GI­Endocrine­Surgery­ Division­of­Acute­Care­Surgery­ ­MIS­and­Robotic­Surgery Columbia­University­College­of­Physicians­and­Surgeons NewYork-Presbyterian/Columbia­University­Medical­Center
  9. 9. Travel­&­Hotel­Information Parking Parking­is­available­at­the­NewYork-Presbyterian/Columbia­University­Medical­Center parking­lot,­located­on­the­southwest­corner­of­Fort­Washington­Avenue­and­ West­165th­Street. Subway Take­the­1,­A,­C­lines­to­168th­Street­–­Washington­Heights/Broadway. n Parking & Subway Information Locations For­a­listing­of­local­area­hotels,­please­visit­www.gi-innovations.org­and­select­ Hotel Information.­ n Local Area Hotels The­Vivian­and­Seymour­Milstein­Family­ Heart­Center 173­Fort­Washington­Avenue New­York,­NY­10032 Breakfast, Lunch, Breaks & Vendor Exhibits First­Floor:­The­Riverview­Terrace­ n Location for Registration, Breakfast, Lunch, Breaks, Vendor Exhibits, Didactics & Live OR Cases Hands-on Animal Tissue Labs 630­W.­168th­Street,­18th­Floor New­York,­NY­10032 Registration First­Floor:­Outside­of­the­Myrna­L.­ Daniels­Auditorium­ Didactics & Live OR Cases First­Floor:­Myrna­L.­Daniels­Auditorium n Location for the Hands-on Animal Tissue Labs 8
  10. 10. Registration­Information n Registration Options & Fees TWO DAY REGISTRATION Physicians Industry Allied­Health­Professionals NYP­Healthcare­System­Physicians­ &­Allied­Health­Professionals NYP/WCMC/CUMC­Physicians­ &­Allied­Health­Professionals Fellows,­Residents­&­Students­ $1,000 $1,100 $800­ Option A: Didactics & Hands-on Animal Tissue Labs (Thursday, April 10) AND Didactics (Friday, April 11) Physicians Industry Allied­Health­Professionals NYP­Healthcare­System­Physicians­ &­Allied­Health­Professionals NYP/WCMC/CUMC­Physicians­ &­Allied­Health­Professionals Fellows,­Residents­&­Students $700­ $500 $600 $500 $600 $300 Option B: Didactics (Thursday, April 10) AND Didactics (Friday, April 11) $200 Free $100 NYP­=­NewYork-Presbyterian WCMC­=­Weill­Cornell­Medical­Center CUMC­=­Columbia­University­Medical­Center­­­­ 9 Physicians Industry Allied­Health­Professionals NYP­Healthcare­System­Physicians­ &­Allied­Health­Professionals NYP/WCMC/CUMC­Physicians­ &­Allied­Health­Professionals Fellows,­Residents­&­Students­ ONE DAY REGISTRATION $850 $950 $700­ Option C: Didactics & Hands-on Animal Tissue Labs (Thursday, April 10) Physicians Industry Allied­Health­Professionals NYP­Healthcare­System­Physicians­ &­Allied­Health­Professionals NYP/WCMC/CUMC­Physicians­ &­Allied­Health­Professionals Fellows,­Residents­&­Students $625­ $500 $600 $350 $450 $200­ Option D: Didactics (Thursday, April 10) Physicians Industry Allied­Health­Professionals NYP­Healthcare­System­Physicians­ &­Allied­Health­Professionals NYP/WCMC/CUMC­Physicians­ &­Allied­Health­Professionals Fellows,­Residents­&­Students $125­ Free $100 $350­ $450­ $200­ Option E: Didactics (Friday, April 11) $125 Free $100­ T ­ hese­ fees­ include:­ academic­ presentations,­ course­ materials,­participation­with­the­hands-on­animal­tissue labs­(if­applicable),­meals­and­refreshments.­Confirmation of­registration­will­be­sent­upon­receipt­of­the­registration­form­and­payment.
  11. 11. Registration­ Please­check­which­option­you­will­attend: m Option­A:­Didactics­&­Hands-on­Animal­Tissue­Labs­(Thursday,­April­10)­AND­ Didactics­(Friday,­April­11) m Option­B:­Didactics­(Thursday,­April­10)­AND­Didactics­(Friday,­April­11) m Option­C:­Didactics­&­Hands-on­Animal­Tissue­Labs­(Thursday,­April­10) m Option­D:­Didactics­(Thursday,­April­10) m Option­E:­Didactics­(Friday,­April­11) The Third Annual Peter D. Stevens Course on Innovations in Digestive Care First­Name­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­M.I. ­ Last­Name Degree(s) City State Zip Company/Institution Address Daytime­Phone E-mail­(for­confirmation­purposes) Specialty Daytime­Fax Special­Needs Attendee­Signature Date ONLINE:­To­make­an­online­credit­card­payment­please­visit:­www.gi-innovations.org. For­security­purposes,­credit­card­payments­cannot­be­accepted­in­the­mail­or­by phone.­American­Express,­Discover,­MasterCard­and­Visa­only. n Payment Methods BY­MAIL:­Complete­the­attached­registration­form­and­mail­together­with­ full­payment­to:­ Columbia­University­Medical­Center­ Department­of­Surgery,­External­Affairs 400­Kelby­Street,­11th­Floor Fort­Lee,­NJ­07024 Enclose­a­check­or­money­order­made­payable­to­Columbia­University­Department­ of­Surgery/GI­Innovations.­Checks­must­be­in­U.S.­dollars­drawn­on­a­U.S.­bank.­ PLEASE­NOTE:­Registration­is­limited­and­will­be­handled­on­a­first-come,­first-served­basis.­Telephone­registrations­and/or cancellations­ are­ not­ accepted.­ If­ you­ cancel­ your­ registration­ at­ least­ ten­ business­ days­ prior­ to­ the­ course­ (March­27,­2014),­we­will­refund­your­registration­fee,­less­a­$50­administrative­charge.­No­refunds­can­be­made­thereafter.
  12. 12. The College of Physicians and Surgeons designates this live activity for a maximum of 14.75 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits TM www.gi-innovations.org April 10–11, 2014 New York City Featuring Live Surgical & Interventional Cases & Hands-on Animal Tissue Labs Innovations in Digestive Care The Third Annual Peter D. Stevens Course on C ­ olumbia­University­Medical­Center Department­of­Surgery,­External­Affairs 400­Kelby­Street,­11th Floor Fort­Lee,­New­Jersey­07024

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