Symposium gives boost to new discoveries

The International Symposium of Gastroenterology (ISG) is the most important professional event that we organise. We recognise that the speed of progress in the field also depends on our ability to cooperate and find common solutions. This is why we are focused on building strong partnerships with medical practitioners and researchers in Europe and around the world.

We view the independent scientific conference as an exceptional environment to exchange experience and disseminate information about the latest findings in the fields of gastroenterology and hepatology.

Current symposium

ISG 2022, Georgia

  • icon-calendar 15-17/9/2022
  • icon-marker Tbilisi, Georgia
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Due to the current political situation, the 13th International Symposium of Gastroenterology is postponed to next year 2023.

The 13th International Symposium of Gastroenterology will be held in the Georgian capital Tbilisi from 15 to 17 September 2022. The traditional international meeting of prominent scientists and physicians will provide the latest knowledge in gastroenterology and hepatology, as well as clinical and outpatient practice experience. We are looking forward to your participation.

Venue place: Sheraton Grand Tbilisi Metechi Palace Hotel
Organisers: Georgian National Society of Gastroenterologists and Hepatologists, Czech Gastroenterological Society
Conference language: English (simultaneous interpretation into Russian)
Registration for the poster session: 31 July 2022
Registration deadline: 2 September 2022
General contact:
Registration fee: €360

Main topics

  • Biliary stricture cross-talk
  • Liver and metabolic syndrome
  • Reflux disease
  • Inflammatory bowel disease
ISG 2022

13 international conferences

The symposium focuses on novel treatment methods for gastrointestinal tract diseases, which are presented in talks and posters. We have organised the event every two years since the mid-1990s. The first symposium was held in Andorra la Vella in 1995. Since then, ISG has travelled to a number of cities throughout Europe and Asia.