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Institutional Tracks and Expectations

Series: Trainees and Early Career GIs

Marcia R. Cruz-Correa, MD, provides insight on what to consider when someone is choosing a career in academic medicine.

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Dr. Marcia R. Cruz-Correa discusses cultural competency in health care.

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Changes in Health-Care Reimbursement

Series: Trainees and Early Career GIs

John I. Allen, MD, MBA, AGAF, offers insight about the changes in health-care reimbursement and the appeal of academic careers.

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Positioning Yourself for Success in Your First Job

Series: Trainees and Early Career GIs

Keith D. Lindor, MD, explains ways for faculty to position themselves for success in their first job.

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How to be a Successful Clinical Research Mentee

Series: Trainees and Early Career GIs

Joel H. Rubenstein, MD, MSc, and John M. Inadomi, MD, offer insight on how to be a successful clinical research mentee.

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Using Large Data Sets for a Research Career

Series: Trainees and Early Career GIs

W. Ray Kim, , MD, MBA, FAASLD, provides insight on data and more for those pursuing research careers.

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Building a Career on Industry Sponsored Projects

Series: Trainees and Early Career GIs

Michael W. Fried, MD, offers insight on building a career on industry-funded studies.

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Reviews the pros and cons of colonoscopy from the European perspectives to determine its effectiveness and how the practice will be affected in the future.

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Dr. Anthony Otley compares the use of enteral nutrition versus corticosteroid therapy in treating pediatric patients with Crohn’s Disease.

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The difficulties of balancing effectiveness and selectiveness when screening for CRC among the rapidly aging Asian population.

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Examines the prevention of celiac disease through the introduction of gluten into the infant diet.

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Examines the steps involved in diagnosing celiac disease including clinical suspicion, patient suspicion, serology and biopsy.

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Dr. Janie Yang, MD, presents findings supporting the duodenal biopsy for GERD patients in order to diagnose celiac disease.

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Sharmila Anandasabapathy divulges details about different imaging modalities and their pros and cons when used for diagnosis of Barrett’s, Dysplasia and Squamous Neoplasia.

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Dr. Anne Marie Lennon reviews the role of EUS, cytology and fluid analysis when diagnosing pancreatic cysts.

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A four week trial compares the safety and effectiveness of UES Assist Device for patients with chronic extraesophageal reflux symptoms when treated by otolaryngologists and gastroenterologists.

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Lars Argeus explains the relationship between H. pylori, corpus atrophy and GERD through two studies in Sweden.

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Ivan Lang explains the relationship between esophageal acid exposure and esophageal reflexes using rapid air pulse and slow esophageal distension on decerebrated cats.

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This study was intended to determine whether a relationship exists between gene mutation and pancreatic cancer prognosis through the analysis of ctDNA via liquid biopsy.

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The Hereditary Colon Cancer Foundation is hosting eight webinars that will educate medical professionals about recognizing and treating rare polyposis conditions.