Tag: gastroenterology

Meet Internist Silvia Vilarinho, MD, PhD

Meet Internist Silvia Vilarinho, MD, PhD

– I really enjoy the combination between being a physician and having the privilege of also being a scientist, and if we make important progresses in the lab, that we could translate to the patients. Most of my focus right now is really to treat patients with liver disease. I

Meet Our Doc: Pooja Mehta, MD, Digestive Health Institute

Meet Our Doc: Pooja Mehta, MD, Digestive Health Institute

I fell in love with pediatrics when I was a medical student and rotated on my first pediatric patients, and I was just humbled by how resilient and how strong they were. I just wanted to spend the rest of my life trying to be part of that. I like

The New Endoscopy Unit at The Johns Hopkins Hospital

The New Endoscopy Unit at The Johns Hopkins Hospital

[MUSIC] Hi everybody, I’m Sally Thorner. The division of Gastroenterology and Hepatology at the Johns Hopkins Hospital is consistently recognized as one of the top GI programs in the entire country. That’s according to US News and World Report’s annual hospital rankings. The doctors, nurses, researchers and staff are committed

What is Inflammatory Bowel Disease or IBD?

What is Inflammatory Bowel Disease or IBD?

Hi I’m Maddie and I have inflammatory bowel disease. My doctors asked me if I could help explain some things that you should know about inflammatory bowel disease or what we call IBD. Before we talk about IBD there are a couple of really important things that you need to

DCRI at Digestive Disease Week

DCRI at Digestive Disease Week

So this talk around optimizing the care of patients having surgery is ideal for anyone any, gastroenterologist or anyone who works with patients in the gastroenterology field who might have surgery someday whether that be patients with inflammatory bowel disease, patients coming for a liver transplant, patients coming for other

The Power of Poop — AMNH SciCafe

The Power of Poop — AMNH SciCafe

>>ARI GRINSPAN (Gastroenterologist): Happy New Year. Thank you to the wonderful folks here at the American Museum of Natural History to invite me to talk about my passion: shit. My mother’s very proud. These floating things that you’re seeing here are bacteria. Bacteria have a really bad reputation. So a

Meet Gastroenterologist Pramod Mistry, MBBS, PhD, FRCP

Meet Gastroenterologist Pramod Mistry, MBBS, PhD, FRCP

– The type of liver disease that I have been very interested in and my program is focused on is genetic defects that lead to liver damage and liver cancer and liver failure. In my program, we offer the entire repertoire of therapies for genetic liver diseases from liver transplantation