Meet the Professor breakfast sessions allow delegates to meet in a small group with renowned researchers and clinicians. The format is designed to facilitate informal discussions, allowing participants to present their questions and gain new perspectives. In order to foster a more intimate learning environment, space is limited to 100 people and a nominal fee of $25 per session will apply (including breakfast). Meet the Professor tickets can be purchased during the registration process. Click here for further details on registration.

Register for Meet the Professor lectures by 15 March 2016.

Sessions will take place on Thursday, Friday and Saturday from 0700-0745hrs each morning.

Thursday 21 April

MTP 01 How to Manage the Patient with Colorectal Cancer and Synchronous Liver Metastases Ajith Siriwardena - United Kingdom
MTP 02 Vascular Resection during Pancreatic Resection Akimasa Nakao - Japan
MTP 03 Laparoscopic Live Donor Hepatectomy KH Kim - Korea
MTP 04 Treating Biliary Tract Stones in Patients with Previous GI surgery Bruce Schirmer - United States
MTP 05 Surgical Outreach in HPB Gazi Zibari - United States
MTP 06 Extended Surgery in Pancreatic Cancer Chris Dervenis - Greece
MTP 07 How to do a Safe Laparoscopic Hepatectomy Brice Gayet - United States

Friday 22 April

MTP 08 Quality in HPB Surgery Henry Pitt - United States
MTP 09 Operations for Chronic Pancreatitis Martin Smith - South Africa
MTP 10 Intrahepatic Vascular Anatomy and Segment-Oriented Liver Resections Oscar Andriani - Argentina
MTP 11 Pediatric Transplantation: Liver, Intestine, Multivisceral Organs Jorge Reyes - United States
MTP 12 Contemporary Issues in Intrahepatic Cholangiocarcinoma William Jarnagin - United States
MTP 13 Management of the Small Liver after Hepatectomy or Transplantation Pierre-Alain Clavien - Switzerland

Saturday 23 April

MTP 15 IPMN: How Aggressive should the Surgeon be? Kevin Conlon - Ireland
MTP 16 ALPPS Hauke Lang - Germany
MTP 17 Outcomes Research in HPB Jennifer Tseng - United States
MTP 18 Transplant for NE tumors (Portuguese Session) Rodrigo Vianna - United States
MTP 19 Intra and Postoperative Management of the Pancreatic Anastomosis in PD Claudio Bassi - Italy
MTP 20 A New Horizon of Immunotherapy in Liver Transplantation; From Suppression to Liberation Saturo Toda - Japan