The 2023 BDIAP annual symposium is on Lower Gastrointestinal Pathology covering areas of diagnostic challenge, and is presented by Gastrointestinal Pathologists, Gastroenterologists, Molecular Biologists.


Join the team of inspiring gastrointestinal pathologists as they discuss challenging areas in lower GI pathology: from the diagnosis and assessment of dysplasia in IBD, iatrogenic colitis, neuroendocrine neoplasms, familial and sporadic colorectal cancer, appendiceal and anal pathology. Faculty includes Gastroenterologists and Molecular Biologists who will explore reporting requirements and how pathologists play an essential role in precision patient management. The BDIAP slide seminar, on the second day, will provide a practical update on unusual and stimulating cases.
The Symposium is organised by Professor Manuel Rodriguez-Justo and Professor Marco Novelli.


  • Histopathologists
  • Consultants
  • Specialty Doctors
  • Histopathologists in Training
  • Biomedical Scientists


Faculty includes Gastrointestinal pathologists, Gastroenterologists and Molecular Biologists who are experts in their fields.

  • Professor Ian Roberts
  • Dr Edward Seward
  • Professor Adrian Bateman
  • Professor Roger Feakins
  • Professor Iris Nagtegaal
  • Professor Simon Leedham
  • Professor Marco Novelli
  • Professor Norman J Carr
  • Professor Ian Tomlinson
  • Professor Mohammad Ilyas
  • Dr Tu-Vinh Luong
  • Dr Newton Wong

  • 08:30 - 10/11/2023 to 12:00 - 11/11/2023
  • 10 Union Street, London, SE1 1SZ, United Kingdom