IBD Treatments: Is there an End Goal?
This IBD educational evening will review benefits and limitations of various treatment endpoints in the management of IBD. Current guidelines will also be reviewed.
This presentation will be recorded and then made available afterward on the McGill IBD YouTube Channel.
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Dr. Reena Khanna is an Associate Professor of Medicine at Western University, and a Clinician Researcher in the Program for Experimental Medicine. She completed her MD and Internal Medicine residency at Western University, Gastroenterology fellowship at McMaster University. Dr. Khanna completed an advanced fellowship in inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) at the Cleveland Clinic, followed by a research fellowship in international IBD clinical trials at Western University. She completed an MSc in clinical epidemiology at McMaster University. Her clinical and research interest are clinical trial design, new therapeutics, outcome measures. She has designed, conducted and published several studies, including the first cluster study in IBD. Dr. Khanna holds international grants and was awarded the Crohn’s Colitis Canada’s Rising Star Award for her research contributions.