​​​The 2020 "Meet the Professor" Evening Program Calendar

Session 1: June 11, 2020
"The Interaction and Importance of Nutrition and the Environment with IBD" 
Virtual Evening Event
James D. Lewis, MD, MSCE, Professor of Medicine and Epidemiology

University of Pennsylvania


Session 2: September 17, 2020
​"Updates in Endoscopic Technology"

Virtual Evening Event
Seth A. Gross, M.D.

NYU Langone Health

Session 3:  December 3, 2020

Special Holiday Mixer Event

Virtual Evening Event

Reem Z. Sharaiha, M.D., MSc

Weill Cornell Medicine


Our mission is to expand knowledge through engaging and educational events that foster relationships in the field of gastroenterology in the greater Pacific Northwest.  

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The PNWGS concludes the


2020 "Meet the Professor" Dinner Series


Thursday, December 3, 2020


Virtual Evening Program ~ Holiday Mixer Event



6pm: Community & Industry Discussion


 
7pm: CME Evening Program


Reem Z. Sharaiha, M.D., MSc


Weill Cornell Medicine

It’s important to us to provide a quality educational experience to our members.  Contact us for many ways to become involved today.

Please Join Us

PNWGS Women’s Brunch
Summer 2021


We are proud to host our first Women’s Networking Event for our female PNWGS members. Join our next President, Kunjali T. Padhya, M.D. from Swedish Medical Center and Board Member, Blaire E. Burman, M.D. from Virginia Mason Medical Center for a special brunch and conversations with your colleagues. Chris Simmons, Market Development Manager with Boston Scientific, will give a brief overview of Boston Scientific’s commitment to include, empower, and advance Women in the field of Endoscopy.


We will be announcing the updated date for this special event in the Spring of 2021.


Location: Mr. West Cafe Bar, U-Village, Seattle

  • Attend our dinner series at a discounted price available to members only.
  • Enroll in our annual full day Endoscopy Course at a discounted price available to members only.
  • Members may also be considered for leadership opportunities that may be available on our Board of Directors.

Listen to Episode 1 Now! You can listen directly from our website or search your favorite podcast service provider for High Fiber.

Episode 1: Not Created Equal
CRC Screening Disparities and Systemic Racism with Dr. Rachel Issaka


Host Kunjali Padhya, MD is joined by Rachel Issaka, MD to discuss CRC screening disparities and systemic racism in medicine.

We are excited to launch 


High Fiber, our new monthly


Podcast Series bringing you


consistently informative content.