ASCRS Webinar: Management of Anal Dysplasia: Is there a Correct Approach?

Register today for the ASCRS webinar "Management of Anal Dysplasia: Is There a Correct Approach?" Join moderator Drs. Bard C. Cosman and speakers Stephen E. Goldstone and Emily Steinhagen for a 60-minute program that explores:

  • Current strategies for the evaluation and management of the patient with high-grade anal dysplasia (HSIL) in different clinical settings.
  • The role of surgical treatment in the management of "Bowen’s Disease."
  • The evolution of HSIL and its conversion or progression to anal cancer - differing views to be reviewed and debated.

"Management of Anal Dysplasia: Is There a Correct Approach?" is Thursday, June 21, 2018 at 7:00 pm CDT.

The webinar is complimentary for ASCRS members and is eligible for 1 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. To participate, please register in advance.

Call for Abstracts

ASCRS is now accepting original abstracts for the 2017 ASCRS Annual Scientific Meeting, scheduled for June 10-14 in Seattle, Washington.

The meeting will include new innovative technology, and the most up-to-date research in the field. The Annual Meeting offers attendees: topic-specific symposia, expert panels, hands-on workshops, oral and e-poster presentations, meet the professor breakfasts, and much more.

Abstracts may be submitted under the following categories:

  • Inflammatory bowel disease
  • Neoplastic disease
  • Outcomes
  • Benign colon
  • Benign anorectal
  • Basic science
  • Pelvic floor

This year, all case studies will be reviewed for e-poster presentations only.

Career Development Award Offered – Deadline July 1

The ASCRS Research Foundation is accepting applications for Career Development Awards through July 1. The Career Development Award is the most sought after award from the Foundation as it helps support two years of research for young colon and rectal surgeons and provides up to $75,000 per year.

The Career Development Award provides young staff support for the initiation and development of academic careers in the field of diseases of the colon, rectum and anus. Research may be in any subject of direct relevance to the pathophysiology, evaluation, or management of diseases of the small bowel, colon, rectum or anus. The submitted application should include a clear and focused career development program for the period of the award.

Please encourage your potentially eligible staff to apply for this prestigious award and help us jointly move their careers forward!

Full information and application instructions can be found at:

CARSEP® and CREST® - temporarily unavailable starting January 29, 2018

ASCRS is transitioning to a new online platform to host CARSEP® and CREST®. Before we go live with the new system, CARSEP® and CREST® must be temporarily shut down. CARSEP® and CREST® will not be available beginning Monday, January 29, 2018 for approximately two weeks.

The blackout period is necessary to implement an improved system and ensure that the move is as seamless as possible. We apologize for any inconvenience.

If you have any questions, please contact the ASCRS Executive Office at [email protected] or (847) 290-9184.

CARSEP® and CREST® are Now Hosted on a New Platform!

ASCRS’ online educational resources, CARSEP® and CREST®, are now hosted on a new robust, user-friendly platform.

Access CARSEP or CREST in one easy step, with a click on "Online Learning Center." If you have not logged in to the ASCRS website, you will receive a prompt to log in.

With the new platform, you will have access to up-to-date information on colorectal diseases. If you have already purchased CARSEP, your information has been carried over into the new system, so you are able to start where you last left off.

Already a CREST user? You’ll find your purchased modules in the new platform, along with access to over 125 informative modules related to colon and rectal surgery.

Visit the CARSEP and CREST webpages to find out more about these valuable educational opportunities.

To assist with navigating the new system, use the "How to" guides below:

CREST® How To Guide

CARSEP® How To Guide

If you have any questions, please contact the ASCRS Education Department at [email protected] or (847) 290-9184.

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