Postgraduate Course

Session 2A: Quality in Colonoscopy: What You Need to Know in 2017

Approach to and Management of Serrated Polyps and Serrated Polyposis Syndrome

Sunday, October 15
9:00 AM - 9:20 AM
Location: Valencia Ballroom (Level 4)

Category: General Endoscopy

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Charles J. Kahi

Professor of Clinical Medicine; Indiana University; GI Section Chief, Roudebush
VAMC
Indianapolis, IN

Dr. Charles Kahi is Professor of Clinical Medicine at the Indiana University School of Medicine, and Gastroenterology Section Chief at the affiliated Richard L. Roudebush VA Medical Center in Indianapolis, Indiana. His research interests are colorectal cancer screening and surveillance, colonoscopy quality, serrated polyps, and screening in geriatric populations. Dr. Kahi received his MD from the American University of Beirut Medical School in Lebanon in 1996. He subsequently moved to the United States and completed a residency in internal medicine, chief residency, and fellowship in gastroenterology at the Indiana University Medical Center. During his GI fellowship, he also obtained a Masters degree in Clinical Research from Indiana University. He has been an active member of the IU and Roudebush VAMC faculty since 2004, and is involved in direct patient care, teaching, administration, and research. He is a Diplomate of the American Board of Internal Medicine and American Board of Gastroenterology, and a Fellow of the ACP, AGA, ASGE, and the ACG. He has maintained continuous research funding from the NCI, VA, and GI societies. He has authored multiple peer-reviewed research papers, and has participated in the development and publication of multisociety clinical practice guidelines.

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