Portland-based business accelerator Venture Hall has announced the seven early-stage startup companies to be included in the inaugural class of its summer accelerator program.
Rocky Mountain Gastroenterology hosted 16th Annual GI Pow Wow on Saturday, April 8th, 2017 at the Hyatt Regency DTC.
There were nearly 500 attendees for the event, which is designed to provide a Gastroenterology and Hepatology update to specialists and primary care providers from the Colorado medical community. cliexa was one of the featured companies that exhibited at the main area. Attendees of this event received CME credits, and a COPIC point for insured providers.
This year’s event was highlighted by presentations from some of the top GI specialists from throughout the country including:
Sammy Saab, MD, Professor of Medicine & Surgery and Director of Outcomes
“Essential for the Practitioner: Auto Immune Liver Disorders”
Nitika Arora Gupta, MD, Pediatric Gastroenterology & Hepatology Specialist
“Essential for the Practitioner: Approach to the Jaundiced Child”
Gary Wu, MD, Ferdinand G. Weisbrod Professor in Gastroenterology at UPenn
“Essential for the Practitioner: Good bacteria vs. Bad bacteria in the gut”
Eric Lawitz, MD, Scientific Research Development at Texas Liver Institute & Clinical Professor of Medicine at University of Texas Health Science Center
“Essential for the Practitioner: Complications of Cirrhosis and GI bleeds”
Shervin Rabizadeh, MD, Director of Pediatric Inflammatory Bowel Disease & Pediatric
“Essential for the Practitioner: Diarrhea in children: Infections vs. IBD”
Jason Samarasena, MD
Director of Advanced Endoscopic Imaging & Professor of Medicine
at H.H. Chao Comprehensive Digestive Disease Center at UCIrvine
“Essential for the Practitioner: Esophageal Cancer: Risk, Prevention, Therapy”
David Schwartz, MD
Director of Inflammatory Bowel Disease Center and Professor of Medicine at Vaderbilt University
“Essential for the Practitioner: IBD & Perianal Disease”
One of the two digital health companies in Boomtown’s current health-tech class, cliexa develops mobile applications that assist users in managing their chronic diseases.