See you in Dublin!
We hope that all our members and regular delegates have now ‘Saved the Date’ for ESGE Days 2023 in Dublin, taking place April 20-22, 2023. This site now includes the essential information about the event. In particular, be sure to check our Key Dates page, where the deadlines for abstract submission, registration and awards are all listed.
Thanks to everyone who was part of ESGE Days 2022
It was with great enthusiasm that we had the opportunity – finally! – to come together in Prague for our first in-person congress since 2019. Our faculty worked incredibly hard to create a conference specially tailored for gastrointestinal endoscopists, and from all the feedback it sounds like it was a success! We've uploaded our official photographs to a gallery - can you spot yourself?
Meet the Scientific Committee
The foundation of our congress is the world class scientific programme. Our Scientific Committee is a diverse, dedicated and talented team from across Europe who are already hard at work creating a high educational value congress for the international endoscopic community.
ESGE Days Scientific Abstracts: The latest news
As the leading international endoscopy congress in Europe, we are proud to be the premier place to present your best endoscopic research. The key dates for submission of abstracts for ESGE Days 2023 are now published – we hope you can make a note of them in your calendar. Also on our abstracts page, find out more about our 2022 Top Four Abstracts. We wish them sincere congratulations and thank them for their valuable contribution to our congress!
Ishita Barua, Norway (top left)
Jayanta Samanta, India (top right)
Jean-Michel Gonzalez, France (bottom left)
Julio G Velasquez-Rodriguez, Spain (bottom right)
Congratulations to the recipients of the ESGE Research Grants!
At the Research Champions’ Den at ESGE Days 2022 ten researchers presented their projects to a panel of ESGE top international experts, in a bid to win an ESGE Research Grant.
After presenting their work and facing tough questioning from the ‘Dragons’ three grants were awarded.