2013 Meeting Presentations

NASPGHAN Postgraduate Course


Syllabus

Questions that were not answered from Rapid Fire question period
Module 1 - Updates in Hepatitis
Module 2 - Updates in Pancreatic Diseases
Module 3 - Updates in Endoscopy
Module 4 - Updates in Pediatric Nutrition
Module 5 - Updates in Luminal Disease


NASPGHAN Annual Meeting 2013


Program At-A-Glance
October 10-12, 2013


THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10, 2013

5:00 - 7:00 pm WELCOME RECEPTION/POSTER SESSION I

7:00 – 9:00 pm PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT WORKSHOP
Moderators: Benjamin Gold MD and Toba Weinstein MD

Leadership skills in practice vs. academic
David Piccoli MD, Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia

Administrative/executive functioning
Richard Colletti MD, Fletcher Allen Healthcare

Mentoring in all spheres of life
Nicola Jones MD, Hospital for Sick Children


FRIDAY, OCTOBER 11, 2013

7:00 – 8:00 am MEET THE PROFESSOR BREAKFAST SESSIONS
1. GERD and impedance
2. Short Gut
3. Acute recurrent pancreatitis
4. Refractory constipation
5. H. pylori
6. Lower GI bleeding
7. IBS drugs
8. Controversies in IBD (in Spanish)
9. Twitter/Facebook/Blog – Use of new technology in your practice
10. Women in medicine


8:15 – 10:00 am PLENARY SESSION I
Moderators: Athos Bousvaros MD and Sohail Husain MD

Welcome - Athos Bousvaros MD, NASPGHAN President

Basic Science Year in Review - John Barnard MD

Research Awards: Oral Abstract Presentations

Keynote Speaker: Adding genome sequencing into your clinical diagnostics - Howard Jacob PhD

 
10:30 – 12:00 pm CONCURRENT SESSION I

Clinical Session I: Common Problems in Pediatric Gastroenterology
Moderators: Ian Leibowitz MD and Jenifer Lightdale MD, MPH

My baby doesn’t eat
Richard Noel MD, Medical College of Wisconsin

My child doesn’t go to school
Lynne Walker MD, Vanderbilt University

My child’s H. pylori will not go away – (the resistant bug)
Benjamin Gold MD, Children’s Center for Digestive Healthcare


Research Session I: Pancreatic Disorders
Moderators: Kathy Chen MD and Mark Lowe MD PhD

Oral Abstract Presentations

State of the Art Lecture – Lessons Learned in pediatric pancreatic disorders
Mark Lowe MD, Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh


Virtual IBD Coordinators: Melanie Griefer MD and Alan Leichtner MD

Presenter: Jeffrey Hyams MD, Connecticut Children’s Medical Center
Moderators: Brendan Boyle MD, Lee Denson MD, Anne Griffiths MD, Neera Gupta MD, Subra Kugathasan MD, David Mack MD, James Markowitz MD, Maria Oliva-Hemker MD, Anthony Otley MD, Joel Rosh MD, Cary Sauer MD, Michael Stephens MD, Thomas Walters MD


12:15 - 2:15 pm HANDS ON ENDOSCOPY
Organizer: Marsha Kay MD

12:15 - 2:15 pm POSTER SESSION II


2:30 – 4:00 pm CONCURRENT SESSION II

Clinical Session II: Endoscopy
Moderators: Douglas Fishman MD and Petar Mamula MD

Capsule Endoscopy

Joel Rosh MD, Goryeb Children’s Hospital

Endoscopic approaches to pancreatic disease
Tom Lin MD, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center

Advances in endoscopy: Newer technologies in adult gastroenterology
John Martin MD, Northwestern University


Research Session II: Liver Disorders
Moderators: Naim Alkhouri MD and Joel Lavine MD, PhD

Oral Abstract Presentations

State of the Art Lecture – Neonatal liver failure: Lessons learned
Peter Whitington MD, Lurie Children’s Hospital


Impact of Healthcare Reform on Pediatric Gastroenterology
Moderators: B Li MD and Michael Narkewicz MD

The national perspective
Robert T. Hall, JD, MPAff, Associate Director, Department of Federal Affairs, American Academy of Pediatrics

Health care reform is here - Will independent gastroenterology practice survive?
John Allen MD, Yale University

The academic medical center perspective
David Piccoli MD, Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia


4:15 - 5:15 pm AWARDS CEREMONY

6:00 – 8:00 pm PRACTITIONERS’ FORUM

6:00 - 9:00 pm LASPGHAN FORUM AND RECEPTION - View videos of this session

7:00 - 9:00 pm TRAINING PROGRAM DIRECTORS MEETING

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 12, 2013

6:30 SATELLITE SYMPOSIUM - Fatty Liver Disease: It's not all about obesity

7:00 – 8:00 am MEET THE PROFESSOR BREAKFAST SESSIONS – Ticket Required
11. Vaccinating the immunocompromised host
12. The art of grant writing
Barnard   Wershil
13. Portal hypertension
14. Advocacy
15. Neonatal cholestasis
16. Evaluation and dietary management of allergic GI disease and EoE
17. Challenging cases in IBD
18. Celiac Disease
19. Genetic testing for children with liver disease
20. Alergias alimentarias (Spanish)


8:15 - 10:00 am PLENARY SESSION II
International Ballroom
Moderators: Carlo Di Lorenzo MD and John Barnard MD

Clinical Research: The Year in Review
William Balistreri MD, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center

Oral Abstract Presentations

ANNUAL BUSINESS MEETING


10:00 – 12:00 pm HANDS ON ENDOSCOPY
PDR 4
Registration required
Organizer: Marsha Kay MD, Cleveland Clinic

HANDS ON MOTILITY - Ticket Required
Organizer: Joseph Croffie MD, University of Indiana


10:30 – 12:00 pm CONCURRENT SESSION III
Clinical Session III: Hot Topics in Pediatric Gastroenterology
Moderators: Jonathan Teitelbaum MD and Stacy Kahn MD

Gluten sensitivity: Fact or fiction
Alessio Fasano MD, MassGeneral Hospital for Children

Fecal microbiota transplant: An emerging therapy
George Russell MD, MassGeneral Hospital for Children

Is my PPI dangerous for me?
Eric Hassall MBChB, University of British Columbia


Research Session III: Nutritional Disorders
Moderators: Timothy Sentongo MD and Susanna Huh MD

Oral Abstract Presentations

State of the Art Lecture – Nutrients in the perinatal period: Lessons learned
Allan Walker MD, MassGeneral Hospital for Children


Research Session IV: Basic Research in IBD
Moderators: Sam Cheng MD and Ivan Fuss MD

Oral Abstract Presentations

State of the Art Lecture – Basic Research in pediatric IBD: Lessons learned
Francisco Sylvester MD, Connecticut Children’s Medical Center


Billing and Coding
Arlene Morrow CPC, CMM, CMSCS


12:00 – 1:45 pm POSTER SESSION III

2:00 – 3:30 pm CONCURRENT SESSION IV

Clinical Session IV: Liver
Moderators: Karen Murray MD and Alfredo Larossa MD

Guidelines update: Post transplant management
Udeme Ekong MD, Yale University School of Medicine

Controversies in pediatric acute liver failure
Robert Squires MD, Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC

Liver disease and inflammatory bowel disease
Saul Karpen MD, PhD, Emory University


Clinical Session V: The Surgery went well: Now what?
Moderators: Joseph Croffie MD and Kristin Fiorino MD

Dysphagia after esophageal atresia (EA)

Christophe Faure MD, Hopital Sainte Justine

Retching post-fundoplication
Miguel Saps MD, Lurie Children’s Hospital

My surgeon told me my child was cured after the Hirschsprung’s surgery: Why is he still having difficulties?
Samuel Nurko MD, Boston Children’s Hospital


Research Session V: Intestinal Disorders
Moderators: David Mack MD and David Dunkin MD

Oral Abstract Presentations

State of the Art Lecture – Functional intestinal disorders in children: Lessons Learned
Joseph Fitzgerald MD, Riley Hospital for Children


Research Session VI: Clinical and Translational Research in IBD
Moderators: Neera Gupta MD and Arvind Srinath MD

Oral Abstract Presentations

State of the Art Lecture – Translational research in pediatric IBD: Lessons Learned
Barbara Kirschner MD, University of Chicago, Comer Children’s Hospital


3:45 – 5:15 pm CONCURRENT SESSION V

Clinical Session VI: Nutrition
Moderators: Jeannie Huang MD and Rohit Kohli MD

Controversies in parenteral nutrition
Christopher Duggan MD, Boston Children’s Hospital

The changing face of intestinal transplantation
Simon Horslen MD, Seattle Children’s Hospital

Vitamin D and immunity
James Heubi MD, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital and Medical Center


Clinical Session VII: Current Controversies in Pediatric GI (Pros & Cons)
Moderators: Chris Liacouras MD and Stephanie Abrams MD

To biopsy or not to biopsy, is that the question? What diagnostic approach to fatty liver is nobler?
Jeffrey Schwimmer MD, UCSD vs. Jean Molleston MD, Riley Hospital for Children

Eosinophilic esophagitis treatment – Do we need to achieve mucosal healing or is simply not choking OK?
Barry Wershil MD, Lurie Children’s Hospital vs. Philip Putnam, MD Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center


Research Session VII: Disorders of Intestinal Development or Motility
Moderators: Rachel Rosen MD and Meenakshi Rao MD

Oral Abstract Presentations

State of the Art Lecture – The search for intestinal stem cells: Lessons learned
Susan Henning PhD, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill


5:30 – 6:30 pm GI JEOPARDY FOR FELLOWS AND FACULTY
Host: Norberto Rodriguez-Baez MD

7:00 – 11:00 pm SOCIAL EVENT