The Inflammatory Bowel Disease Case Virtual Roundtable program was established in 2016 by Russell D. Cohen, MD, Director of the Inflammatory Bowel Disease Center, and David T. Rubin, MD, Co-Director of the Digestive Diseases Center, to open an interactive patient-centered dialogue between the multidisciplinary University of Chicago Medicine IBD team and colleagues around the world.
UChicago Medicine successfully treats thousands of patients with IBD each year — many with complex disease history or symptomology — so we are in a unique position to offer expert insight on effective treatment of these diseases. At the forefront of Crohn’s and ulcerative colitis research, UChicago Medicine IBD also attends several international research conferences annually, presenting and sharing the most up-to-date research findings on inflammatory bowel disease.
The IBD Virtual Roundtable is a monthly forum where our experts present these evidence-based findings, new options and treatment paradigm shifts to their colleagues. Physicians attending this educational series will contribute to the discussion with their own experiences and questions, all in the service of better patient outcomes.
Who can attend these sessions?
These sessions are open to any interested physicians, nurses, student, residents, fellows or allied health professionals interested in learning more about these topics. Our sessions cannot accommodate patient participants at this time. Learn more about IBD patient education opportunities.
IBD Case Roundtable Schedule
4:30 - 5:30 p.m. CST
October 5, 2021 —
with Russell Cohen, MD
November 2, 2021 —
with Jami Kinnucan, MD
December 7, 2021 —
with Noa Cleveland, MD
January 4, 2022 —
with Tauseef Ali, MD
February 1, 2022 —
with Joel Pekow, MD
March 1, 2022 —
with Benjamin Shogan, MD
Frequently Asked Questions
When are the meetings held?
First Tuesday of the month, except in January and July
Are the sessions recorded?
At this time, we do not offer a recorded version of these conferences
How do you protect patient privacy?
No identifying information about patients is shared during these sessions, in compliance with HIPAA laws.
How do I get CME credit?
You must first register to attend the conference, and then the telehealth conference coordinator will assist in setting up your account so you can access CME credit for attending these sessions.
Who can I contact to learn more?
Inflammatory Bowel Disease Center
Outstanding patient care is at the center of everything we do. Our world-renowned specialists not only continue to push boundaries with their leading-edge research but also integrate the latest therapies into their treatment plans to offer you the most advanced care available.Learn more about our IBD Center