2011 Meeting Presentations

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 20, 2011
NASPGHAN Postgraduate Course

Postgraduate Course Syllabus - All

Postgraduate Course Syllabus - Slides, only (6 per page)
Revised slides - Module A - M. James Lopez, MD


NASPGHAN/APGNN ANNUAL MEETING
October 20-23, 2011

NASPGHAN Program Book

APGNN Program Book
APGNN - Program agenda, only

Scientific Abstracts

Clinical Vignette Abstracts

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 21, 2011

MEET THE PROFESSOR BREAKFAST SESSIONS
Effective Advocacy for the Pediatric Gastroenterologist
Maria Oliva-Hemker MD, Mark DelMonte JD

Emergency Preparedness for the Pediatric Gastroenterologist
Theodore Cieslak MD, COL MC USA, US Army Medical Command

Diarrea (Spanish)
Armando Madrazo MD and Alfredo Larrosa MD

Proton Pump Inhibitors: Risks and Benefits
Harland Winter MD

Challenging Cases in Pediatric Inflammatory Bowel Disease
Ed Hoffenberg MD and Wallace Crandall MD

Transition of Care in IBD and Other Chronic Illnesses
Anthony Otley MD and Laurie Fishman MD

Pre & Post Transplant Management for the Non-hepatologist
Rene Romero MD

Short Gut/Intestinal Rehabilitation
Beth Carter MD

PLENARY SESSION I
Welcome and the NASPGHAN Strategic Plan
Kathleen Schwarz MD, NASPGHAN President

Basic Science Year in Review
John Barnard MD, Nationwide Children’s Hospital

Research Awards: Oral Abstract Presentations

Keynote Speaker - Bioterrorism: A Primer for the Pediatric Gastroenterologist
Theodore Cieslak MD, COL MC USA, US Army Medical Command

10:30 am – 12:00 pm CONCURRENT SESSION I

1. Virtual Eosinophilic Esophagitis
Presenter: Glenn Furuta MD, Children’s Hospital Colorado

2. Common Problems in Pediatric Gastroenterology
The Irritable Infant
Marc Rhoads MD, University of Texas, Houston

Intractable Fecal Incontinence
Samuel Nurko MD, Children’s Hospital, Boston

Management of the Adolescent with Epigastric Pain and Normal Endoscopy
Carlo DiLorenzo MD, Nationwide Children’s Hospital

3. Liver – Oral Abstracts and State of the Art Lecture
State of the Art Lecture – Biliary Atresia: New Insights into Pathogenesis
Cara Mack MD, Children’s Hospital Colorado

12:15 – 2:15 pm POSTER SESSION II

2:30 – 4:00 pm CONCURRENT SESSION II

1.Virtual Eosinophilic Esophagitis
Repeat of Morning Session - Advanced registration required

2.Cystic Fibrosis
CF Liver Disease: From Elevated
Liver Enzymes to Portal Hypertensive Bleeding

Jean Molleston MD, Riley Hospital for Children

Pancreatic Complications of Cystic Fibrosis
Peter Durie MD, Hospital for Sick Kids

CF Bowel Disease
Drew Feranchak MD, UT Southwestern Medical Center

3. IBD and GI Inflammation – Oral Abstracts and State of the Art Lecture
State of the Art Lecture – Bacteria and Genes in IBD: The Ultimate Dysfunctional Relationship?
Sandy Kim MD, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

6:30 – 8:00 pm PRACTITIONERS’ FORUM
The National GI Performance Measure Set: Development and Practice Implementation
John Allen MD, MBA, AGAF, University of Minnesota School of Medicine

7:00 – 8:30 pm TRAINING PROGRAM DIRECTORS MEETING

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 22, 2011

MEET THE PROFESSOR BREAKFAST SESSIONS
Grant Writing Made Easy
Sohail Husain MD and Edward Doo MD

Infectious Diarrhea (English)
Armando Madrazo MD and Alfredo Larrosa MD

Probiotics: Uses and Misuses
Sonia Michail MD

Treatment of Severe Ulcerative Colitis
Carmen Cuffari MD

Functional Abdominal Pain
Manu Sood MD and Ajay Kaul MD

Fundoplication Pros & Cons
John Fortunato MD

Oropharyangeal Dysphagia
Hayat Mousa MD

Capsule Endoscopy
Stanley Cohen MD and Robin Sockolow MD

Alergia Alimentaria (Spanish)
Sylvia Cruchet MD and Maria del Carmen Toca MD

8:30 – 10:00 am PLENARY SESSION II
Clinical Science Year in Review
William Balistreri MD, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, Editor, Pediatrics

Oral Abstract Presentations

State of the Art lecture – Evaluation and Management of Recurrent and Chronic Pancreatitis
David Whitcomb MD, University of Pittsburgh & UPMC

10:30 am – 12:00 pm POSTER SESSION III

10:30 am – 12:00 pm CONCURRENT SESION III
1. Surrogate Markers in GI Disease

Assessing Disease Activity in IBD: Disease Specific Indices and Surrogate Biomarkers
Jeffrey Hyams MD, Connecticut Children’s Medical Center

Surrogate Markers in Celiac Disease: Identifying Risk and Monitoring Compliance
Ivor Hill MD, Wake Forest University

Surrogate Markers in Liver Fibrosis
Susan Gilmour MD, University of Alberta

2. IBD and GI Inflammation II – Oral Abstract Presentations

12:00 – 1:30 pm ANNUAL BUSINESS MEETING & LUNCH

2:00 – 3:30 pm CONCURRENT SESSION IV
1. Maintenance of Certification

Why Do Maintenance of Certification?
Karen Murray MD, Seattle Children’s Hospital

How to do Maintenance of Certification
Rob Squires MD, Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh

Childhood Obesity: The Reason for HOPE (with MOC)
Jeannie Huang MD, University of California San Diego

2. Social Networking

Use of Social Media for Clinical/Educational Purposes
Bryan Vartabedian MD, Texas Children’s Hospital/Baylor College of Medicine

Social Media for Research: Opportunities for Collaboration and Knowledge Translation
Eric Benchimol MD, Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario and University of Ottawa

NASPGHAN Social Media Initiatives
Warren Bishop MD, University of Iowa

3. Pancreas and Nutrition – Oral Abstracts and State of the Art Lecture State of the Art Lecture: The Genetics and Pathophysiology of Hereditary Pancreatitis
David Whitcomb MD, University of Pittsburgh & UPMC

4. NASPGHAN Clinical Practice Guidelines and Consensus Statements
Helicobacter pylori: Updated Guidelines that Won't Give You Indigestion!
Nicola Jones MD, Hospital for Sick Kids

Health Supervision of Children and Adolescents with
Inflammatory Bowel Disease
Paul Rufo MD, Children’s Hospital, Boston

Nutritional Strategy for the Adolescent Patient Undergoing Bariatric Surgery
David Suskind MD, University of Washington

3:45 – 5:15 pm CONCURRENT SESSION V
1. International Medicine

Gastrointestinal Infections in International Adoptees
Norberto Rodriguez-Baez MD, Southwestern Med Center/Children's Medical Center

Enteric Infections
Sean Moore MD, Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center

Evaluation and Management of Malnutrition in the 21st Century
Nancy Krebs MD, University of Colorado Denver School of Medicine

2. Controversies in Pediatric GI (Pros & Cons)
Immunomodulator vs. Biologic Maintenance in New Onset Crohn Disease
James Markowitz MD, North Shore-LIJ Health System and Maria Oliva-Hemker MD, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine

Hepatitis B: To Treat or Not to Treat
Barbara Haber MD, Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia and Regino Gonzalez-Peralta MD, University of Florida

3. Functional/Motility Disorders – Oral Abstracts and State of the Art lecture
State of the Art Lecture: Development of the Enteric Nervous System and Relevance to Intestinal Dysmotility
Elyanne Ratcliffe MD, McMaster Children's Hospital

4.Billing & Coding
Kathleen Mueller, McVey Associates
2011 Naspghan booklet Billing and Coding AskMueller Consulting

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 23, 2011
8:00-10:00 am PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT WORKSHOP
Climbing the Ladder to Success in 4 Easy Steps

Developing Leadership Skills
David Gremse MD, University of Nevada School of Medicine

Leadership and Life Balance
Linda Book MD, University of Utah and PCMC

Career Change: Things that Make You Go Hmmm...Or the Epiphany that Led Me to go from Tenured Professor to Partner in Private Practice
Ben Gold MD, Children's Center for Digestive Healthcare, Atlanta

Transitioning from Mentee to Mentor
Alan Leichtner MD, Children’s Hospital, Boston




Highlights from 2010 Annual Meeting and Postgraduate Course

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Antroduodenal Motility: Which of my patients need it?
Carlo Di Lorenzo MD, Nationwide Children’s Hospital, The Ohio State University

Learning Objectives:
1. Discuss when antroduodenal manometery should be considered.
2. Discuss the utility of various intestinal transit measurement techniques.
3. Discuss dietary and pharmacologic intervention for treatment of gastric and duodenal emptying disorders.

Celiac Controversies: Am I managing my patient correctly?
Ivor Hill MD, Wake Forest University School of Medicine

Learning Objectives:
1. Discuss how to care for the asymptomatic patient with celiac disease.
2. Describe non-dietary interventions for the treatment of celiac disease.
3. Discuss how to monitor compliance with the gluten free diet.

Update: End-stage Liver Disease
Jean Molleston MD, Riley Hospital for Children, University of Indiana

Learning Objectives:
1. Discuss how to deliver adequate nutrition and potential challenged in a child with cirrhosis.
2. Discuss how to diagnose complications of cirrhosis including spontaneous bacterial peritonitis, hepatorenal syndrome, hepatopulmonary syndrome, and encephalopathy.
3. Discuss management strategies for the above complications of cirrhosis in a pediatric patient.



2010 Meeting Handouts

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 20, 2010

Single Topic Symposium Syllabus


THURSDAY, OCTOBER 21, 2010

Postgraduate Course Syllabus
Module A
Module B
Module C
Module D
Module E


THURSDAY,OCTOBER 21

Annual Meeting

5:00pm – 7:00pm Welcome Reception/Poster Session I
Scientific Abstracts
Clinical Vignette Abstracts

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 22, 2010
APGNN Syllabus

7:00am - 8:00am MEET THE PROFESSOR BREAKFASTS

CAPSULE ENDOSCOPY
Petar Mamula MD and Michael Manfredi MD

EOSINOPHILIC GASTROENTERITIS TREATMENT
Phil Putnam MD and Pablo Abonia MD

HEPATITIS B VIRUS TREATMENT
Maureen Jonas MD and Ezequiel Neimark MD

IBD TOP DOWN OR BOTTOM UP
Athos Bousvaros MD and Joel Rosh MD

LECTURE SKILLS
Alan Leichtner MD and Melanie Greifer MD
Handout#1
Handout#2

USE OF DIAGNOSTIC GENETICS IN LIVER AND INTESTINAL DISEASE
Kathy Loomes MD

NAVIGATING THE MUDDY WATERS OF THE IRB
James Heubi MD and Melvin Heyman MD

DOLOR ABDOMINAL FUNCIONAL
Miguel Saps MD

8:15am – 10:00am PLENARY SESSION I

KEYNOTE SPEAKER — HEALTH CARE IN AMERICA 2010 — ADVOCACY FOR OUR PATIENTS AND PROFESSION
Renee Jenkins MD, Past President, American Academy of Pediatrics

BASIC SCIENCE — YEAR IN REVIEW
John Barnard MD, Nationwide Children’s Hospital

ORAL ABSTRACT PRESENTATIONS

10:30am – 12:00pm CONCURRENT SESSION I

1.VIRTUAL IBD I
Jim Markowitz MD, North Shore-LIJ Health System

Moderators: Francisco Sylvester MD, Maria Oliva-Hemker MD, Carmen Cuffari MD, Jeffrey Hyams MD, Anne Griffiths MD, Robert Baldassano, MD and Joel Rosh, MD


2. CHOLESTASIS
Moderator: Saul Karpen MD

TPN CHOLESTASIS
Saul Karpen MD, Texas Children’s Hospital

GALLSTONES
James Heubi MD, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center

CHOLEDOCHOLITHIASIS, GALLSTONE PANCREATITIS AND FRIENDS
Douglas Fishman MD, Texas Children’s Hospital


3. ABSTRACT PRESENTATIONS - Lower Gastrointestinal Mucosal Disease

12:15pm – 2:15pm POSTER SESSION II
Scientific Abstracts
Clinical Vignette Abstracts


2:30pm – 4:00pm CONCURRENT SESSION II
1. VIRTUAL IBD II

Jim Markowitz MD, North Shore-LIJ Health System

Moderators: Francisco Sylvester MD, Maria Oliva-Hemker MD, Carmen Cuffari, MD, Jeffrey Hyams MD, Anne Griffiths MD, Robert Baldassano, MD and Joel Rosh, MD


2. HOT TOPICS IN NUTRITION
Moderator: Maria Mascarenhas MD and Rohit Kohli MD

LINES AND LOCKS: PREVENTING COMPLICATIONS
Naveen Mittal MD, University of Texas Health Science Center

DYSLIPIDEMIA IN CHILDREN: WHEN AND HOW TO DIAGNOSE AND TREAT
Dennis Black MD, Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital

BARIATRIC SURGERY IN ADOLESCENTS
Thomas Inge MD, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center


3. ABSTRACT PRESENTATIONS - Hepatobiliary and Pancreatic Diseases


SATURDAY, OCTOBER 23, 2010

7:00am – 8:00am MEET THE PROFESSOR BREAKFASTS

ENDOSCOPIC POLYPECTOMY: CAVEATS AND CAUTIONS
Marsha Kay MD and Lori Mahajan MD

CLINICAL AND TRANSLATIONAL RESEARCH IN LIVER DISEASE
Robert Squires MD

FUNCTIONAL ABDOMINAL PAIN
Miguel Saps MD

FUNDING OPPORTUNTIES FOR PEDIATRIC GASTROENTEROLOGISTS
Vanessa Ameen MD

H PYLORI — TO TREAT OR NOT TO TREAT
Nicola Jones MD and Eytan Wine MD

IBD CLINICAL AND TRANSLATIONAL RESEARCH
Robert Baldassano MD and Judith Kelsen MD

PEDIATRIC QUALITY OF LIFE
Estella Alonso MD and Anthony Otley MD

FOOD SAFETY AND FOODBORNE INFECTIONS
Mitchell Cohen MD and Lori Holtz MD

HEPATITIS VIRALES CRÓNICAS
Regino González-Peralta MD


8:30am – 10:00am PLENARY SESSION II

CLINICAL SCIENCE YEAR IN REVIEW
William Balistreri MD, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, Editor, Pediatrics

ORAL ABSTRACT PRESENTATIONS


10:00am – 12:00pm POSTER SESSION III
Scientific Abstracts
Clinical Vignette Abstracts


10:00am – 12:00pm BILLING AND CODING
Kathleen Mueller, McVey Associates

10:00am – 12:00pm NUTS AND BOLTS OF ANORECTAL MANOMETRY
Samuel Nurko MD, Children’s Hospital, Boston


12:00PM – 2:00pm BUSINESS LUNCHEON

PRACTICING PEDIATRIC GI IN NEW ORLEANS: BEFORE, DURING, AND AFTER KATRINA
Marc Rhoads MD, University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston

UPDATE FROM THE ADVOCACY COMMITTEE
Maria Oliva-Hemker MD, Johns Hopkins School of Medicine


2:00PM – 3:30PM CONCURRENT SESSION III

1. DEVELOPMENT OF MUCOSAL IMMUNOLOGY

Moderator: W Allan Walker MD

OVERVIEW
W. Allan Walker MD, Massachusetts General Hospital for Children

INFLAMMATORY BOWEL DISEASE
Balfour Sartor MD, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill

DISEASE CONSEQUENCES OF INADEQUATE COLONIZATION—ALLERGIC DISEASE
Chris Karp MD, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center


AUTOIMMUNE HEPATOBILIARY DISORDERS: DIAGNOSIS,MANAGEMENT AND CONTROVERSIES
Moderators: Barbara Haber MD and Vicky Ng MD

ADVANCES IN THE DIAGNOSIS, PATHOGENESIS AND TREATMENT OF AUTOIMMUNE HEPATITIS IN CHILDREN
Eve Roberts MD, Hospital for Sick Kids

SCLEROSING CHOLANGITIS — THE PEDIATRIC PERSPECTIVE
Simon Ling MD, Hospital for Sick Kids

TRANSPLANTATION OF THE PEDIATRIC PATIENT WITH AUTOIMMUNE HEPATOBILIARY DISORDERS
Estella Alonso MD, Children’s Memorial Hospital, Chicago


3. ABSTRACT PRESENTATIONS – Motility / Functional Disease


3:45pm – 5:15pm CONCURRENT SESSION IV

1.MEDICATIONS FOR FUNCTIONAL SYMPTOMS: BEST DIRECTIONS OR WRONG TURNS?
Moderator: Robert Rothbaum MD

PROTON PUMP INHIBITORS, DYSPEPSIA, AND IRRITABILITY

AMITRIPTYLINE AND ABDOMINAL PAIN: YES, NO, OR MAYBE
Miguel Saps MD, Children’s Memorial Hospital, Chicago

EVERYTHING ELSE FOR A STOMACH ACHE
Carlo DiLorenzo MD, Nationwide Children’s Hospital


2. USES AND ABUSES OF GI DIETS
Moderator: Frank R. Sinatra MD

TRUTH OR CONSEQUENCES: NUTRITION AND AUTISM
George J. Fuchs MD, Arkansas Children’s Hospital

DIETARY THERAPY FOR INFLAMMATORY BOWEL DISEASE: YES, NO AND MAYBE
Timothy Sentongo MD, University of Chicago

DIETARY DISASTERS IN THE MANAGEMENT OF GI DISORDERS
Frank R. Sinatra MD, University of Southern California


3. ABSTRACT PRESENTATIONS – Upper GI Mucosal Disease


SUNDAY, OCTOBER 24, 2010

8:00am – 10:30am DESIGNING SUCCESS: PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

GENERAL SESSION
Moderators: Mitch Shub MD and Jacqueline Fridge MD

BASICS IN GOAL SETTING AND TRAJECTORY VISIONING (DESIGNING SUCCESS)
Estella Alonso MD

IDENTIFYING PATHWAYS TO ACCOMPLISH GOALS (ACHIEVING SUCCESS)
Jay Perman MD

TIME MANAGEMENT (FINDING TIME FOR SUCCESS)
Janet Harnsberger MD




2009 Meeting Handouts
Thursday, November 12, 2009

5:00pm–7:00pm Welcome Reception/Poster Session I
Clinical Vignette Abstracts


Friday, November 13, 2009
Meet the Professor Breakfasts
Developmental biology research and pediatric gastrointestinal diseases
Robert Heukeroth MD,Washington University and Alan Mayer MD, Medical College of Wisconsin
 
Treatment of HCV
Jean Molleston MD, Indiana University and Girish Subbaro MD, Indiana University

The difficult IBD patient
Carmen Cuffari MD, Johns Hopkins School of Medicine and Ryan Carvalho MD, Nationwide Children's Hospital

Liver Disease in Inflammatory Bowel Disease
Dennis Black MD, Le Bonheur Children's Hospital and Tamir Miloh MD, Mt. Sinai School of Medicine

Controversies in nutrition
Maria Mascarenhas MD, Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia and Susanna Huh MD, Children’s Hospital, Boston

Functional Abdominal Pain: How much testing is really needed?
Samuel Nurko MD, MPH, Children’s Hospital Boston and Bruno Chumpitazi MD, Texas Children’s Hospital

The GERD eQipp module and maintenance of certification
Jenifer Lightdale MD, Children’s Hospital Boston and Suzanne Nelson MD, Northwestern University

Clinical trials in pediatric gastroenterology
Patricia Robuck PhD, National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases


Plenary Session I

Basic Science: Year in Review
Eric Sibley MD, Stanford University, Editor, JPGN

Award winning abstract presentations

Keynote Address–Building the CF Foundation Therapeutics Development Program: Lessons Learned
Preston Campbell MD, Executive Vice President for Medical Affairs, Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, Bethesda, MD


10:30am–12:00pm Concurrent Session I

A. Virtual Hepatitis B
Treatment of Hepatitis B
Kathleen Schwarz MD, Johns Hopkins School of Medicine

B. Pancreatitis
Pancreatitis in childhood: Why, oh why?
Veronique Morinville MD, Montreal Children's Hospital

Acute pancreatitis: Dogmas and myths
Mark Lowe MD, Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC

Chronic pancreatitis: Roadblocks on the long and windy road
Patrick Okolo MD, Johns Hopkins University

C. Research Interest Group/Oral Abstract Presentations
Can Hirschsprung disease be prevented? New ideas from basic research
Robert Heukeroth MD, Washington University


12:15pm–2:15pm Poster Session II
Clinical Vignette Abstracts


2:30pm–4:00pm Concurrent Session II

A. Acute Liver Failure
Recognition/referral
Robert Squires MD, Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC

Management
Philip Rosenthal MD, University of California, San Francisco

Outcomes
Estella Alonso MD, Children's Memorial Hospital, Chicago

B. Gastrointestinal bleeding in pediatric patients: Why it happens and how to make it stop
Etiologies of GI bleeding in children
Jenifer Lightdale MD, Children’s Hospital, Boston

Medical management for upper gastrointestinal bleeding
Khalid Khan MD, University of Minnesota

Endoscopic therapy for UGI bleeding
Douglas Fishman MD, Texas Children’s Hospital

C. Oral Abstract Presentations

6:00pm–8:00pm Clinical Practice Forum
Productivity and performance in pediatric GI practice: A view from the dentist's chair
Speakers: Michael Hart MD, Kathleen Mueller and Robert Squires MD


6:00pm–8:00pm Training Program Directors Meeting


Saturday, November 14, 2009

7:00am–8:00am Meet the Professor Breakfasts

Translational research in pediatric gastroenterology
James Heubi MD Cincinnati Children’s Hospital & Medical Center and Glenn Furuta MD, The Children’s Hospital, Denver

Psychological issues of IBD
Eva Szigethy MD, PhD, Children’s Hospital, Boston and Christine Karkowski MD, Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC

Food allergy
Philip Putnam MD, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital & Medical Center and J Pablo Abonia MD, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital & Medical Center

GI infections
Michael Farrell MD, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital & Medical Center

Endoscopic research
Bradley Barth MD, Children’s Medical Center of Dallas and Tom Lin MD, Duke University Medical Center

Animal models of inflammatory bowel disease
Ted Denson MD Cincinnati Children’s Hospital & Medical Center and Edwin De Zoeten MD, Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia


7:00am–8:30am IBD research: A guide for fellows and junior faculty
Subra Kugathasan MD, Emory University Ying Lu MD, Children’s Hospital, Boston
Athos Bousvaros MD, Children’s Hospital, Boston
Michael Kappelman MD, University of North Carolina
Marjorie Merrick, Crohn's & Colitis Foundation of America
Sandra Kim MD, Crohn's & Colitis Foundation of America


8:30am–10:00am Plenary Session II
Clinical Science: Year in Review William Balistreri MD, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital and Medical Center, Editor, Pediatrics

Maintenance of Certification and Quality Improvement Chris Dickinson MD, American Board of Pediatrics Richard Colletti MD, ImproveCareNow

Oral Abstract Presentations


10:00am–12:00pm Billing and Coding
Kathleen Mueller


10:00am–12:00pm Poster Session III
Clinical Vignette Abstracts


12:00pm–2:00pm Annual Business Meeting/Lunch
Keynote Address–NIDDK Support of Research in Pediatric Gastroentology, Hepatology and Nutrition
Stephen James MD, Director of The National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases (NIDDK)


2:00pm–3:30pm Concurrent Session III
A. Guidelines
Probiotics
David Mack MD, Children's Hospital of Eastern Ontario

Neurodevelopmental
Kay Motil MD, Baylor College of Medicine

Skeletal health and IBD
Helen Pappa MD, Children’s Hospital, Boston

B. Intestinal Failure: The importance of a team approach to problem solving from intestinal rehabilitation to transplantation and beyond

Intestinal Rehabilitation Surgeon
Alfred Chahine MD, Georgetown University School of Medicine

Nurse Coordinator
Jill I. Robinson RN, BSN, PNP, Georgetown University School of Medicine

Nutritionist Paige Parady RD, Georgetown University School of Medicine

Pediatric Gastroenterologist Team Leader
Stuart S. Kaufman MD, Georgetown University School of Medicine

Social Worker
Carrie Potoff MSW, LICSW, Georgetown University School of Medicine

Surgical Nurse Coordinator
Martha Kossairas RN, BSN, Georgetown University School of Medicine

Transplant Surgeon
Cal S. Matsumoto MD

C. Oral Abstract Presentations

3:45pm - 5:15pm Concurrent Session IV
A. IBD – Biologics

TNF Inhibitors: Update on efficacy and safety
Wallace Crandall MD, Nationwide Children’s Hospital

When should you consider early use of biologics?
Joel Rosh MD, Goryeb Children’s Hospital

Beyond TNF Inhibitors: New biologics and the new wave of IBD therapeutics
Robert Baldassano MD, Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia

B. Celiac Disease

Diagnosis/Markers
Ivor Hill MD, Wake Forest University

Long term complications
Ed Hoffenberg MD, The Children’s Hospital, Denver

New therapies
Alessio Fasano MD, University of Maryland

C Oral Abstract Presentations




2008
Poster Session I - Thursday, November 13, 5pm - 7pm

Plenary Session I and II - Friday, November 14, 8am-12pm
CDHNF: A Decade of Progress
George Ferry, MD, Baylor College of Medicine and Past President, CDHNF

CDHNF Investigator Awards/Career Vignettes
David Rudnick MD, University of Washington, St. Louis
Neera Gupta MD, University of California, San Francisco

Basic Science Year in Review
Eric Sibley, MD, Stanford University, Editor, Journal of Pediatric Gastroenterology and Nutrition

Improving Outcomes via Maintenance of Certification – From the American Board of Pediatric Gastroenterology Subboard
Chris Dickinson, MD, University of Michigan

CDHNF Driving the AAP EQIPP© Module on GERD
Jenifer Lightdale, MD, Children’s Hospital Boston

Clinical Science Year in Review
William Balistreri, MD, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, Editor, Journal of Pediatrics

Oral Abstract Presentations


Poster Session II - Friday, November 14, 12pm - 2pm
Concurrent Session I - Friday, November 14, 2pm - 3:30pm
A. Controversies in the Treatment of Chronic Hepatitis
  
Management of hepatitis B: Who, how and with what?  
Michael Narkewicz MD, The Children’s Hospital, Denver
  
Management of hepatitis C: What you can see and what you don’t!  
Kathleen Schwarz MD, Johns Hopkins University
  
Infectious hepatitis – non A-E: How the unalphabetized attack  
Karen Murray MD, Children’s Hospital and Regional Medical Center, Seattle

B. Autoimmunity and the Digestive Tract
  
Autoimmunity: Pathophysiology   
Troy Torgerson MD, Children’s Regional Medical Center, Seattle
  
Autoimmune enteropathy: Clinical presentation and treatment   
Harland Winter MD, Massachusetts General Hospital for Children
  
Autoimmune hepatitis: Update   
Deborah Freese MD, Mayo Clinic


C. RIG Symposium – Eosinophils and Probiotics
  
State of the Art Lecture - PROBIOTICS; FACTS, FICTION AND FUTURE  
Bjent Bjorksten MD, PhD, Karolinska Institute, Stockholm, Sweden

State of the Art Lecture - BUGS, BILOBED NUCLEI AND BITES OF FOOD- WHAT ARE THE RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN BACTERIA, EOSINOPHILS AND FOOD ALLERGIC DISEASES?
Glenn Furuta MD, Children’s Hospital, Denver CO

NASPGHAN/CDHNF Young Investigator Award
STUDIES ON THE ROLE OF MAST CELLS IN EOSINOPHILIC ESOPHAGITIS.
Edda Fiebiger, MD Harvard University, Boston, MA

Abstract Presentations


Concurrent Session II - Friday, November 14, 3:30pm - 5pm

A. New Clinical Updates
Eosinophilic esophagitis (EE): TIGERS Consensus 2007
Chris Liacouras MD, Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia

Celiac disease – What’s new?
Ed Hoffenberg MD, The Children’s Hospital, Denver

NAFLD: A supersized liver
Miriam Vos MD, Emory University


B.Advanced Endoscopic Techniques
Capsule endoscopy: State of the art in children
Stan Cohen MD, Children’s Center for Digestive Healthcare, Atlanta

Endoscopic Botox in pediatrics: Not just for the 40+ crowd
Samuel Nurko MD, MPH, Children’s Hospital Boston

Single and double-balloon enteroscopy: Are they ready for prime time?
Bradley Barth MD, Children’s Medical Center of Dallas


C. Oral Abstract Presentations - Translational Issues in Gastrointestinal and Liver Disease

NASPGHAN/CDHNF Young Investigator Award
MOLECULAR REGULATION OF VISCERAL MESODERM DEVELOPMENT.
Valerie McLin, MD Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, TX.

Oral Abstract Presentations

 
Poster Session III - Saturday, November 15, 7am-9am

Concurrent Session III - Saturday, November 15, 8:30am - 10am

A. New NASPGHAN Guidelines: The current status
Pediatric GERD
Colin Rudolph MD, PhD, Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin

H. pylori infection in children
Nicola Jones MD, The Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto

Cyclic vomiting syndrome
B Li MD, Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin & Gisela Chelimsky, MD Rainbow Babies & Children’s Hospital

B. Management of Portal Hypertension
Complications of portal hypertension
Vicky Ng MD, The Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto

Medical management of varices
Simon Ling MD, The Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto

Non-medical management of portal hypertension
Naveen Mittal MD, Children’s Medical Center, Dallas


C. Oral Abstracts Presentations – Intestine/Colon/IBD

CDHNF/CCFA Award for New Investigators
OX40 AND TH17 CELL ACTIVATION IN INFLAMMATORY BOWEL DISEASE.
Zili Zhang, MD, Oregon Health and Science University, Portland, OR.

Oral Abstract Presentations


Concurrent Session IV - Saturday, November 15, 10:30am - 12pm

A. Aerodigestive Approaches to Dysphagia and Aspiration
The evaluation and management of children with feeding disorders
Richard Noel MD, PhD, Medical College of Wisconsin

Evaluation and management of pulmonary complications of feeding and/or gastroesophageal reflux
Ajay Kaul MD, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center

Evaluation and management of a child with anatomic abnormalities of the aerodigestive tract
Rachel Rosen MD, Children’s Hospital Boston


B. Post Transplant Gastrointestinal Complications
The gastrointestinal manifestations of graft-versus-host disease (GVHD)
William Berquist MD, Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital, Palo Alto

Post-transplant lymphoproliferative disease (PTLD): An update
Estella Alonso MD, Children’s Memorial Hospital, Chicago

Motility and intestinal transplant
Samuel Kocoshis MD, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center


C. Oral Abstract Presentations – Nutrition/CF

CDHNF/Nestle Nutrition Award for Young Investigators
EFFECTS OF DIETARY FRUCTOSE REDUCTION IN CHILDREN WITH HEPATIC STEATOSIS.
Miriam Vos, MD, Emory University, Atlanta, GA.

George Ferry Young Investigator Award
EFFECT OF ILEAL TRANSPOSITION ON THE PATHOPHYSIOLOGY OF NUTRITION ASSOCIATED HEPATIC STEATOSIS.
Rohit Kohli, MD, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, Cincinnati, OH

Oral Abstract Presentations

Concurrent Session V - Saturday, November 15, 1:30pm - 3pm

A. Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD) – Clinical Scenarios: How do you treat?
In Memory of M. Susan Moyer, MD

How do we manage a patient with IBD until mercaptopurines becomes therapeutic?
William Faubion MD, Mayo Clinic

How do we best manage the patient with refractory Crohn disease?
Ted Denson MD, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center

How do we best manage the patient with refractory ulcerative colitis?
Athos Bousvaros MD, Children’s Hospital Boston

B. Antibiotic Therapy in GI Disease
Antibiotics and inflammatory bowel disease (IBD)
Anne Griffiths MD, The Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto

Antibiotics and irritable bowel syndrome (IBS)
Mark Pimentel MD, Cedars Sinai Medical Center

Clostridium difficile: How do you treat the patient with relapsing disease?
Michael Farrell MD, Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center


C. Oral Abstract Presentations – Esophagus/Stomach
Concurrent Session VI - Saturday, November 15, 3:15pm - 4:45pm

A. Billing and Coding 101/102
Speaker: Kathleen Mueller, McVey Associates

B. Education 2008: Simulation
Speakers: Jeffrey Burns, MD, Alan Leichtner MD and Laurie Fishman MD, Children’s Hospital, Boston

C. Research Mentoring/Career Development
Grant Opportunties
Patricia Robuck, PhD, MPH, NIDDK, National Institutes of Health

Junior Faculty Career Development -Basic and translational science
D. Brent Polk, Vanderbilt University