In many lecture settings, the q and a session is left to the end with minimal time available; despite some of the most valuable information being discussed during this time. This is an informal, question and answer session where audience members can ask questions relating to clinical aspects of gastrointestinal disease and can hear how 2 leading researchers in the field would answer the question. The 2 speakers would be prepared with prompts to start conversation. These prompts include: "What is the role of immunosuppressive medications in the management of IBD", "What is the role of diet in chronic enteropathies", "What is the evidence for fecal transplantation", "What antibiotics are we using in IBD and why" and "Do we have updates on diagnostic tools for chronic enteropathies". The audience can also bring up any other topic of interest as it relates to GI disease. The speakers will both share their thoughts on the question and answer based on their current expertise and up to date knowledge of current studies/clinical trials at each of their Universities.