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2017 - CIRTA (New York)

Multidisciplinary Research in Intestinal Rehab and Transplant
28 June 2017  /  13:30 - 15:00

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Presenter: Anna Gold, Toronto, Canada

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Presenter: Anna Gold, Toronto, Canada

4a- Animal Models of Intestinal Failure/Regeneration
29 June 2017  /  13:30 - 14:20

The development of intestinal preservation injury: a comparison between porcine and rat intestines

Presenter: John Söfteland, Göteborg, Sweden

- The development of intestinal preservation injury: a comparison between porcine and rat intestines

Presenter: John Söfteland, Göteborg, Sweden

The role of enteric glia cells in intestinal regeneration after mesenteric ischemia and reperfusion

Presenter: Jacob Klein, Bonn, Germany

- The role of enteric glia cells in intestinal regeneration after mesenteric ischemia and reperfusion

Presenter: Jacob Klein, Bonn, Germany

NOD2 deficiency impairs the intestinal tight junction barrier in a murine short bowel model

Presenter: Johannes Reiner, Rostock, Germany

- NOD2 deficiency impairs the intestinal tight junction barrier in a murine short bowel model

Presenter: Johannes Reiner, Rostock, Germany

Establishing a short bowel model in mice as a tool for studying genetic risk factors of intestinal failure

Presenter: Georg Lamprecht, Rostock, Germany

- Establishing a short bowel model in mice as a tool for studying genetic risk factors of intestinal failure

Presenter: Georg Lamprecht, Rostock, Germany

Citrulline does not distinguish intestinal adaptation in neonatal piglet models of short bowel syndrome

Presenter: Marihan Lansing, Leduc, Canada

- Citrulline does not distinguish intestinal adaptation in neonatal piglet models of short bowel syndrome

Presenter: Marihan Lansing, Leduc, Canada

Feasibility and Scalability of Spring Parameters in Distraction Enterogenesis in a Murine Model

Presenter: Nhan Huynh, Los Angeles, United States

- Feasibility and Scalability of Spring Parameters in Distraction Enterogenesis in a Murine Model

Presenter: Nhan Huynh, Los Angeles, United States

7- Infections and Other Lessons Learned after IntestineTransplantation
30 June 2017  /  13:30 - 15:00

Successful treatment using Ebstein Barr virus-specific cytotoxic T-lymphocytes for post-transplant lymphoproliferative disorder in pediatric small bowel transplantation

Presenter: Fang Kuan Chiou, Birmingham, United Kingdom

- Successful treatment using Ebstein Barr virus-specific cytotoxic T-lymphocytes for post-transplant lymphoproliferative disorder in pediatric small bowel transplantation

Presenter: Fang Kuan Chiou, Birmingham, United Kingdom

Incidence of Pneumocystis Jiroveci Pneumonia in patients following intestinal transplantion

Presenter: Lisa Sharkey, Cambridge, United Kingdom

- Incidence of Pneumocystis Jiroveci Pneumonia in patients following intestinal transplantion

Presenter: Lisa Sharkey, Cambridge, United Kingdom

One year incidence of infection in intestine transplant recipients at a single center

Presenter: Jared Clouse, Indianapolis, United States

- One year incidence of infection in intestine transplant recipients at a single center

Presenter: Jared Clouse, Indianapolis, United States

Intra-abdominal fluid collections following small bowel transplantation: incidence and outcome

Presenter: Sarah Fogleman, Washington, United States

- Intra-abdominal fluid collections following small bowel transplantation: incidence and outcome

Presenter: Sarah Fogleman, Washington, United States

Infectious enteritis (IE) is a common cause of allograft dysfunction after intestinal transplantation (ITx)

Presenter: Robert Venick, Los Angeles, United States

- Infectious enteritis (IE) is a common cause of allograft dysfunction after intestinal transplantation (ITx)

Presenter: Robert Venick, Los Angeles, United States

Low Incidence of Fungal Infections following Intestinal Transplantation: A single center experience

Presenter: Girish Gupte, Birmingham, United Kingdom

- Low Incidence of Fungal Infections following Intestinal Transplantation: A single center experience

Presenter: Girish Gupte, Birmingham, United Kingdom

Progress in intestinal transplantation – a single centre experience

Presenter: Philip Allan, Oxford, United Kingdom

- Progress in intestinal transplantation – a single centre experience

Presenter: Philip Allan, Oxford, United Kingdom

Intestinal rehabilitation and transplantation at a single Latin-American center, evolution of the program and new challenges (speaker change)

Presenter: Diego Ramisch, CABA, Argentina

- Intestinal rehabilitation and transplantation at a single Latin-American center, evolution of the program and new challenges (speaker change)

Presenter: Diego Ramisch, CABA, Argentina

Lessons Learned from 100 Intestinal Transplants: The Spanish pediatric experience

Presenter: Ane Andres, Madrid, Spain

- Lessons Learned from 100 Intestinal Transplants: The Spanish pediatric experience

Presenter: Ane Andres, Madrid, Spain

Limits for Pediatric Intestinal Re-Transplantation

Presenter: Francisco Hernandez Oliveros, madrid, Spain

- Limits for Pediatric Intestinal Re-Transplantation

Presenter: Francisco Hernandez Oliveros, madrid, Spain

Adenoviruses in intestinal transplantation; UNMC experience

Presenter: Oana Majorant, Omaha, United States

- Adenoviruses in intestinal transplantation; UNMC experience

Presenter: Oana Majorant, Omaha, United States

Two decades of experience with intestinal transplantation in Gothenburg, Sweden

Presenter: Gustaf Herlenius, Gothenburg, Sweden

- Two decades of experience with intestinal transplantation in Gothenburg, Sweden

Presenter: Gustaf Herlenius, Gothenburg, Sweden

4b- Intestinal Failure Outcomes - Neurocognitive and Disease Specific
29 June 2017  /  14:20 - 15:00

Neurodevelopmental outcomes of infants with intestinal failure at 12 and 26 months corrected age

Presenter: Stephanie So, Toronto, Canada

- Neurodevelopmental outcomes of infants with intestinal failure at 12 and 26 months corrected age

Presenter: Stephanie So, Toronto, Canada