Breakthroughs in preventing and treating GI disorders: what to look forward to at ACG 2016

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The American College of Gastroenterology annual conference serves as the premier gastrointestinal event of the year: delivering the latest clinical updates on a wide spectrum of GI disorders. The ACG’s mission is to advance world-class care for patients with gastrointestinal disorders using innovative methods in prevention and treatment. As an industry leading preclinical CRO for general surgery including gastroenterology, hepatology, urology, and endoscopy, T3 Labs is excited to be represented during ACG 2016 in Las Vegas October 14-16.

Each ACG experience advances our knowledge so we are better able to deliver quality preclinical testing and training for general, GI and urological surgeons and those who support them.

A few sessions we are looking forward to include 

Simultaneous Symposia 1B – The New Epidemic in Liver Disease: Endoscopic and Surgical Treatment | Monday, October 17th

Simultaneous Symposia 2C – Endoscopy Video Forum | Monday, October 17th

Simultaneous Plenary Session 1 – Colon/Stomach | Tuesday, October 18th

There are many opportunities awaiting the attendees of ACG 2016. View the full program here.

You need a trusted partner in preclinical and surgical training

“Programs at T3 Labs are professionally composed, orchestrated, and performed at a high level of value,” says Marc Bolton, Clinical Education Manager for Applied Medical. “I need a facility with reliable, knowledgeable scientific experts on staff and equipment that replicates a surgeon’s experience, when it matters most, in the OR.”

If you are evaluating the viability of a novel medical device or product for GI, are ready for preclinical testing, or seeking the best training for your physicians, surgeons or sales teams, T3 Labs is a full-service CRO that provides an efficient experience for preclinical testing and training. We are committed to excellence in every facet of translational research, including gastroenterology.

Let’s connect at ACG 2016! Contact Program Manager Matthew Elder or call (404) 251-0600.acg2016