The anticipated next instalment in the series of Johnson & Johnson Institute’s #ColorectalLive interviews will be broadcast live on Twitter this Monday 22nd June at 19.00 BST. The #ColorectalLive series is being re-launched with an exciting line-up of interviews after being postponed in March following the outbreak of the global COVID-19 pandemic.


Richard Brady and Gabriela Möslein


The series will resume with ESCP Secretary Professor Gabriela Möslein being put on the spot by consultant colorectal surgeon Richard Brady to discuss ‘Excellence in Coloproctology and Hereditary Cancers’.

Richard said:

"I am delighted that the #ColorectalLive series is returning after a short break. It offers a unique set of comprehensive insights from leading colorectal surgeons on their area of expertise, as well as their lives and career to date. As well as Professor Möslein, we have a fantastic line up of guests coming up and I know the colorectal community will benefit greatly from hearing the insights they’ll share."

Richard will ask Gabriela about her work in hereditary predisposition to cancer and prophylactic surgery, her role as ESCP secretary and the diversity and sustainability direction of ESCP.

Gabriela added:

"I am excited to see #ColorectalLive return and I’m looking forward to sharing a bit more about an important topic such as hereditary cancer, and more on what I do to let people understand a little bit more about what the role of secretary means for ESCP."

Richard said:

"This interview is not to be missed. Gabriela will undoubtedly offer fascinating insights, not only on her areas of expertise but also on important issues facing the profession such as gender equality and the role of a global community such as ESCP. This Monday’s broadcast is great opportunity for members and prospective members alike to get to know more about both Gabriela and the society."

Hannah Cutting and Miranda Appleby, Johnson & Johnson Medical Device Companies, commented:

"We are excited to support this unique and innovative series with Richard Brady and guests. In an increasingly busy virtual world, these conversations will provide rich and authentic human insights. We look forward to connecting audiences on social media and sharing our #ColorectalLive discussions."

Future guests in the new series include Professor Gordon Carlson CBE (Intestinal Failure), Professor Des Winter (Academic Publishing), Professor Susan Moug (Clinical Research), and Professor Peter Sagar (Surgical Training).

Make sure you tune in for updates, announcements and follow the conversation using #ColorectalLive