December 14-16, 2023 | Orlando, FL |
Aline Charabaty, MD, AGAF, FACG is the Assistant Clinical Director of the GI Division at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine and Clinical Director of the Inflammatory Bowel Diseases (IBD) Center at Johns Hopkins-Sibley Memorial Hospital. She was the Chair of the Greater Washington DC/Virginia Crohns and Colitis Foundation Mission Committee from 2012-2019 and served on the Foundation National Scientific Advisory Committee Patient Education and Physician Education Committees. She was recognized for her work for the IBD community in 2020 when she received the Excellence in Medicine Award. She currently serves on the Foundation’s Diversity and Inclusion Committee. Dr Charabaty also uses social media as a medium for medical education and advocacy for the profession of GI and for patients, and is the founder of @MondayNightIBD, a twitter forum that brings clinicians together to discuss the management of complex IBD cases. She received the Healio Gastroenterology Disruptive Innovator Award for that initiative during ACG 2019.
Dr Charabaty is actively involved in advocacy and educational activities with the ACG and AGA ; she is an active member of the AGA Research Foundation, the ACG Legislative and Public Policy Council, and is the ACG Governor for Washington DC. Dr Charabaty is a strong advocate for health equity, diversity in GI, women in medicine and work-life integration and is the co-founder of Scrubs & Heels aimed at empowering women in GI with the leadership skills they need for a scuccesful career.