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Apply for the Research Prize 2018

We award € 100,000 for excellence in basic science, translational or clinical research. By donating this prize we support a future scientific research project from early stage to successful conclusion.

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Read the latest research in UEG Journal November issue

UEG Journal covers original and review articles in our multidisciplinary field. One of the Editor's highlights of the new issue is Clinical and manometric characteristics of women with paradoxical puborectalis syndrome by Vikram Rangan and colleagues

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New online courses on GORD out!

Gastro-oesophageal reflux disease (GORD) is a highly prevalent condition that negatively impacts quality of life. Learn how to reach a conclusive diagnosis of GORD and become familiar with pathophysiology abnormalities

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How to claim your certificates for UEG Week 2018

All congress certificates are available! Delegates can claim their CME credits and certificate of attendance online via myUEG after completing the evaluation: Sign in with your myUEG account to access

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Education Library



UEG Videos

Never stop learning!

Welcome to the universal source of knowledge in gastroenterology. UEG Education offers a variety of possibilities to stay up to date in the field.
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Alcohol and Digestive Cancers: Time for Change

Alcohol consumption can contribute to digestive cancers. However, 90% of people make no association between alcohol consumption and increased risk of cancer.
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Microplastics discovered in human stools

Philipp Schwabl is the lead author of the research 'Assessment of microplastic concentrations in human stool', which was presented for the first time at UEG Week Vienna 2018.
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Visiting Fellowship Programme

David Janelidze reveals how he experienced his Visiting Fellowship at the Gastrounit, Hvidovre Hospital, Copenhagen University, Denmark.
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Interview with UEG Research Prize Awardee 2018

Cisca Wijmenga’s research focuses on the understanding of genetic variation and how this leads to phenotypic variation, with a particular focus on autoimmune diseases. 
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Go ask Libby, our UEG Library expert!

Libby explains you how to best search the UEG Library with over 30,000 items including abstracts, recordings, practice guidelines and more. 
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