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Date:5/28/2009

o Hypersensitivity to Mucosal Injury in NHE3 Knockout Mice. D. Laubitz et al. (9:04 a.m.)
  • Colitis-associated variant of TLR2 causes impaired mucosal repair due to TFF3 deficiency. A. Eyking et al. (9:21 a.m.)

    Other exciting data will be presented during DDW, including 34 clinical symposia, 16 translational symposia, 12 research symposia and five state-of-the-art lectures on a range of GI topics. Additionally, the AGA Institute will sponsor six focused research roundtables and 13 focused clinical updates breakfast sessions designed to help participants choose the must-see basic science and clinical research abstracts presented during DDW throughout the meeting.

    ROME Foundation AGA Institute Lectureship

    Juan R. Malagelada, MD, president of United European Gastroenterology Federation (UEGF) the premier gastroenterology congress in Europe will address functional GI disorders during Tuesday's second-annual Rome Foundation-AGA Institute Lecture (10:30 - 11:30 a.m., Room E450B). His talk, Motility Assessments for Functional GI Disorders: How Far Does It Get Us?, will focus on whether functional disorders truly represent disturbed gut function and whether gut motility assessment by current technologies is potentially useful in a clinical setting.

    "Dr. Malagelada has a robust global expertise in functional GI, having been an editor for Gastroenterology, a member of the Rome Committees and president of UEGF. We expect his insights will prove valuable to both the U.S. and international attendees at DDW," said Rome Foundation President, Douglas Drossman, MD.


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