Join us for an interactive session on biomarkers, with the aim to increase recognition of the importance of treating early, setting treatment goals and using enhanced clinical monitoring
Dr. Simon Ghaly is head of the inflammatory bowel disease unit at St. Vincent’s Hospital, Sydney and conjoint lecturer at the School of Medicine, UNSW Sydney.
He completed his doctoral studies examining the effect of vitamin D and ultraviolet radiation in both murine models of colitis and in human inflammatory bowel disease. His ongoing research efforts focus on the relevance of vitamin D to gut mucosal immunity, as well as the role of diet and microbiome in inflammatory bowel disease. Dr. Ghaly also has an interest in innovative and cost effective IBD care and has introduced the bowel ultrasound and telehealth services at St. Vincent’s Hospital.
The primary purpose of this meeting is to provide medical education and therefore only invited and accredited healthcare professionals may attend the event. In accordance with the Code of Conduct for the prescription medicines industry in Australia, any costs (for example, travel or meals) incurred by a partner/spouse, guest, or family member travelling with a healthcare professional must not be paid for or subsidized by AbbVie Pty Ltd. AbbVie products will be discussed at this meeting. AbbVie Pty Ltd Mascot NSW 2020 AU-IMMG-200011 date of preparation: March 2020