8th Congress of ECCO, Vienna
The 8th Congress of ECCO was held on February 14-16, 2013 at the Austria Center Vienna in Austria. Thank you to all delegates for your participation!
Once again, a record attendance has been achieved – ECCO is proud to have hosted 4,515 participants in Vienna.
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Congratulations to the winners of the top 10 posters of the 8th Congress of ECCO:
- “Inflammatory cytokines specifically regulate endoplasmic reticulum stress in colitis” (P028), Sumaira Hasnain et al, Mater Medical Research Institute, Australia
- “Micro-RNA expression profiling identifies miR-29b as a relevant pro-fibrogenic factor in Crohn's Disease intestinal strictures” (P057), Paolo Biancheri et al, Barts and The London School of Medicine and Dentistry London, United Kingdom
- “Use of faecal calprotectin as predictor of relapse in patients under maintenance treatment with Infliximab” (P109), Rocío Ferreiro et al, University Hospital Santiago, Spain
- “Interleukin-21 exerts pathogenic and host-protective effects in experimental models of colitis” (P001), Matthew Shale et al, University of Oxford, United Kingdom
- “Endoscopic remission (Mayo score 0 rather than score 1) predicts long-term clinical remission in Ulcerative Colitis” (P215), Nagamu Inoue et al, Keio University School of Medicine Tokyo, Japan
- “Assessment of mucosal healing in Ulcerative Colitis by confocal laser endomicroscopy” (P284), Gheorghe Hundorfean et al, University of Erlangen-Nuremberg, Germany
- “Long-term outcome of treatment with infliximab in patients with steroid-dependent Ulcerative Colitis” (P442), Alessandro Armuzzi et al, Catholic University Rome, Italy
- “Does thromboprophylaxis in Ulcerative Colitis work? Data from the UK IBD audit” (P518), Ruairi Lynch et al, NHS Lothian Edinburgh, United Kingdom
- “Long-term outcome of paediatric-onset Ulcerative Colitis: Early years are shaping the future” (P632), Corinne Gower-Rousseau et al, University Hospital Lille, France
- “Iron supplemented diet protects against chronic immune mediated colitis in mice” (P689), Nitsan Maharshak et al, University of North Carolina Chapel Hill, United States