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ESCP underlines its commitment to research by expanding its research committee

Mon, 02/26/2018 - 14:08
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The ESCP continues to promote research into coloproctology in Europe and beyond

The European Society of Coloproctology (ESCP) has confirmed its dedication to furthering the prevention, treatment, education and research into colorectal disease by expanding its research committee.

The three additional specialists joining the research committee are:

Christianne Buskens, Staff Colorectal Surgeon at the Academic Medical Center, Amsterdam. Christianne attended the University of Utrecht and joins the research committee with over a decade’s experience in both general surgical and colorectal training. Christianne’s clinical interests lie within IBD surgery, clinical and fundamental IBD research and clinical epidemiology.

Quentin Denost, Assistant Professor, Colorectal Unit, Bordeaux University Hospital, France. Quentin is specifically interested in rectal cancer and locally recurrent rectal cancer, as well as Inflammatory Bowel Disease and colorectal tissue engineering.
Steven Brown, Professor of Surgery, Sheffield Teaching Hospitals and Sheffield University, Sheffield, UK. Steven has trained all over the world, from Edinburgh to Singapore and specialises in the pelvic floor, proctology (haemorrhoids) and IBD. Steven is also Chair IBD CAG ACPGB.

From the left: Christianne Buskens, Quentin Denost and Steven Brown
From the left: Christianne Buskens, Quentin Denost and Steven Brown

The ESCP continues to promote research into coloproctology in Europe and beyond.

“The ESCP is committed to pushing the boundaries of surgical research to further our aim of enhancing treatment options for colorectal disease,” said Dion Morton, Chair of the ESCP Research Committee. “Bringing on three more dedicated specialists to the research committee will not only increase the depth of experience but also, importantly, expand our reach.”

The Committee looks forward to working with all members on our new research projects for 2018.

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