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Endoscopic Management of Early Cancers

  • 24 Jun 2024
  • 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM (UTC)

Join us for a virtual presentation on Endoscopic Management of Early Cancers on Monday, June 24 at 11:00 GMT. Learn the latest on organ sparing treatment of T1b lesions and subsequent follow-up strategies from Dr. Roos Pouw in The Netherlands. Hear about endoscopic resection techniques for early esophageal cancer from Dr. Bronte Holt in the Australia. Time has been reserved for discussion and audience questions.

Date:     Monday, June 24 at 11:00 – 12:00 GMT

  • Chicago  06:00-07:00 CDT 
  • New York / Toronto 07:00-08:00 EDT 
  • São Paulo 08:00-09:00 BRT 
  • London 12:00-13:00 BST 
  • Amsterdam / Paris / Rome 13:00-14:00 CEST 
  • New Delhi  16:30 – 17:30 IST 
  • Beijing 19:00-20:00 CST 
  • Tokyo 20:00 -21:00 JST 
  • Sydney 21:00-22:00 AEST 

Chaired by 

Michiel de Maat, Upper-GI Surgeon, Antwerp University Hospital, The Netherlands 

Dr. de Maat is an upper-GI senior staff surgeon with the Antwerp University Hospital currently focused on building a regional collaboration in this area for centralized surgical care for esophageal diseases. Dr. de Maat’s research interests are in translational oncology developing individualized patient therapy by using organoid models and (serum) biomarkers. 

Matthew Read
, Oesophago-Gastric, Bariatric and General Surgeon, Australia 

Mr Matthew Read is a general and upper gastrointestinal surgeon with a special interest in minimally invasive surgery. 

Presentations by 

Roos Pouw
, Gastroenterologist, The Netherlands 

Dr. Roos Pouw is a gastroenterologist working in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, with a clinical and scientific interest in endoscopic detection and treatment of early upper GI neoplasia, and endoscopic vacuumtherapy. 

Bronte Holt
, Interventional Gastroenterologist, St. Vincent’s, Melbourne Australia 

Associate Professor Bronte Holt is a gastroenterologist and endoscopist at St Vincent’s Hospital Melbourne and Associate Professor at the University of Melbourne. She specialises in the endoscopic diagnosis and treatment of diseases of the gastrointestinal and pancreaticobiliary systems. Bronte’s endoscopic skills include endoscopic ultrasonography, ERCP and endoscopy in inflammatory bowel disease. She performs advanced resection procedures, including per-oral endoscopic myotomy (POEM), endoscopic mucosal resection (EMR) and endoscopic submucosal dissection (ESD). 

Bronte commenced an endoscopy fellowship at Westmead Hospital in 2011, during which she obtained a PhD through the University of Sydney. She went on to join the Center for Interventional Endoscopy in Florida, USA, as endoscopy fellow from 2013 to 2014, supported by the Prime Minister’s Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Scholarship, an Australia Day award. Bronte was awarded a National Health and Medical Research Council Early Career Fellowship in 2015, and Associate Professor of Medicine at The University of Melbourne in 2022. She is involved in clinical trials, supervision of PhD candidates and endoscopy training.


Affiliated Societies

International  Interdisciplinary  Everything Esophageal

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