UEG Week Vienna 2016
24th UEG Week
October 15 - 19, 2016
ACV, Vienna, Austria
Up to 13,800 participants (onsite and online) from 116 countries attended UEG Week Vienna, making this meeting another success. We are looking back at 5 intensive days of scientific advances, updates and getting together of practitioners, top scientists and everyone invested in digestive health. With over 1,300 who tuned in on UEG Week Live and participated from around the world, UEG Week Vienna truly lived up to its motto: advancing science - linking people. Günter J. Krejs received the Lifetime Achievement Award and Ernst J. Kuipers was awarded the distinguished UEG Research Prize 2016 for his future research in the field of prevention and detection of early GI cancer.
UEG Week key figures at a glance
UEG Week Vienna 2016 in numbers
|Fact||Figure||Top Ten Attending Countries|
|Total number of participants||12,552 (onsite) |
|1. United Kingdom|
|Postgraduate Teaching participants||2,479||2. Italy|
|ESGENA Delegates||479||3. Germany|
|Exhibiting companies||159||6. France|
|Exhibition space||4,680m²||7. Switzerland|
|Total abstract submissions||3,540||8. The Netherlands|
|Abstracts presented||2,132||9. Spain|
|Invited Lectures||587||10. Austria|
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UEG Week Vienna 2018
Scientific programme online
The programme for UEG Week 2018 is available online. Get a glance of what awaits you and search by patways or sesion types.
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