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World Gastroenterology Organisation
World Gastroenterology Organisation

2018 Microbiota Hard Talks Webinar Series
Will Broadcast Live in April!

The 'Microbiota Hard Talks - Live From Texas Medical Center' webinar series aims to provide medical education in the field of the human gut microbiota. Interactive sessions offer the chance to join experts and like-minded colleagues from around the globe on state-of-the-art microbiota topics. The first webinar of 2018 will broadcast live in April.

The Microbiota of the Stomach - Helicobacter pylori and Beyond 

Presented by:  PROF. RICHARD HUNT, MD, PhD
                          McMaster University
                          Hamilton, Canada

Wednesday, 4 April 2018
8:00-8:45 AM CST (Houston) / 3:00-3:45 PM GMT+1 (Paris) /
7:30-8:15 PM UTC+5:30 (New Delhi) / 10:00-10:45 PM UTC+8 (Beijing)

REGISTER TODAY for the 2018 webinar series!

VIEW THE FLYER for the upcoming webinar!

LEARN MORE about the 2018 webinar series program!


After the LIVE broadcast, you'll be able to download, directly from the webinar player, a Certificate of Participation for viewing the webinar.

Now Available On-Demand: All Microbiota Hard Talks Webinars from 2017

If you weren't able to connect LIVE, catch up with last year's presentations before the program resumes in April. More than 8,000 healthcare professionals, from all over the globe, connected LIVE during the webinar series broadcasts in 2017.

Select here to view the 2017 webinars on-demand today!

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'Microbiota Hard Talks - Live From Texas Medical Center' is supported by an unrestricted medical education grant from .