European Association for Gastroenterology, Endoscopy and Nutrition (EAGEN)
1970-02 Berlin Germany FR
Feb 1970, Berlin West (Germany FR), on the initiative of Hiroshi Oshima, as European Association for Gastrocamera Diagnosis -- Association européenne du diagnostic de la gastrocamera -- Europäische Gesellschaft für Gastrokamera-Diagnostik. Later known as European Association for Gastroenterology and Endoscopy (EAGE) -- Europäische Gesellschaft für Gastroenterologie und Endoskopie. Present name adopted, 2011.
Exchange experience and ideas in the field of gastroenterology and endoscopy; promote scientific research and postgraduate training, and improved standards of practice.
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General Assembly of members (annual, in conjunction with scientific meeting) elects Executive Committee consisting of President (2 years), 2 Secretaries and a Treasurer (5-year terms), which nominates 8-member Programme Committee and appoints auxiliary advisory committee.
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