2022 Annual ACG/VGS/ODSGNA Meeting — September 9-11, 2022

The 23rd annual ACG/VGS/ODSGNA meeting is scheduled to be held this weekend, September 9-11. This year, the course will return to the Williamsburg Lodge for a *LIVE* meeting. We encourage you to take this opportunity to reunite with colleagues and friends from around the country and the Commonwealth.

This year’s course will feature ACG’s IBD School on Friday September 10 and the main course on Saturday – Sunday.

Our Jeffersonian Sponsor, Takeda, is hosting a Saturday breakfast symposium: The First and Only Gut-Selective Therapy For Moderate to Severe Ulcerative Colitis and Crohn’s Disease UC/CD branded, presented by Jennifer L. Seminerio, MD, University of South Florida. Allegheny Room, Saturday, September 10, 2022 6:15aET at the Williamsburg Lodge. A continental breakfast and a full coffee/juice service will be available. To register, please contact Melissa Emerick: melissa.emerick@takeda.com.

We thank you for your continued support of the Virginia Gastroenterological Society. A course brochure and registration link for the 2022 Course are posted on the Annual Meeting page. Walk-in registrants are welcome!

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