ESNM Webinar Series 2022 on Clostridioides difficile
We would like to thank all the speakers and chairs involved in the success of our ongoing webinar series on Clostridioides difficile and for the numerous attendance of our participants! In the first 4 episodes, held from March to June, we already had a deep insight into C. difficile infection (CDI). Next September we will receive further knowledge with the 5th of this series “Treatment options for CDI”. Don't miss it and register now (free of charge) via our website. Should you have missed one, please visit our official YouTube channel for past episodes.
New guideline: Functional bowel disorders with diarrhoea
Irritable bowel syndrome with diarrhoea (IBS-D) and functional diarrhoea (FDr) are the two major functional bowel disorders characterized by diarrhoea. United European Gastroenterology and European Society for Neurogastroenterology and Motility published the new clinical guideline “Functional bowel disorders with diarrhoea”. Learn more about this clinically helpful tool to provide best-practice based healthcare among a large group of patients.
The 2022 Romanian meeting of neurogastroenterology “NeurogastRO” was held between 24th and 26th of March in Cluj Napoca as a hybrid meeting. Both leading experts and young investigators from Romania and other European countries involved in the field of digestive motility and functional gastrointestinal disorders took part in the biennial meeting organized by the Romanian Society of Neurogastroenterology. 150 interested participants attended the successful event including a pre-symposium course followed by 9 thematically differentiated sessions and took the chance to share experience and to discuss further research directions.
IBS Days in Bologna with experts from all over the world
"New insights for a better management of irritable bowel syndrome" was the motto of this years IBS Days in Bologna with experts from all over the world. The 2022 edition of the biennial IBS DAYS congress was held in Bologna on June 20-22 and provided current views and a look to the future on the rapidly advancing field of IBS. Read the full report with further pictures here.
In a study Nisticò et al. reviewed literature on functional neuroimaging in irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) to find out whether there are similarities between those seen in IBS and other functional disorders, especially functional movement disorders (FMD). The study revealed abnormal activation and functional connectivity of brain areas of IBS patients which coincide with examinations of FMD patients. Nisticò et al. hypothesize that various functional disturbances may share a common pathophysiology.
ESNM inside Neurogastroenterology is an underestimated but fascinating discipline for medical doctors, psychologists, dieticians, pharmacologists or scientists. With our YouTube format “ESNM inside” we want to reach out to young gastroenterologists and medics and raise their interest by talking to experts on the wide field of "neurogastro" and letting them introduce themselves and their work. In the latest episode of “ESNM inside” you get to know Jean-Marc Sabaté from Hôpital Avicenne (APHP) in Paris and his work and his thoughts on the importance of neurogastroenterological research. Follow the link to get to our official YouTube channel. Here you can find previous webinars and presentations and all episodes of “ESNM inside” within the “ESNM inside” playlist.
Congratulation to Tim Vanuytsel who was selected as one of ten UEG Rising Stars 2022! His application was supported by ESNM!
The UEG Rising Star Award is awarded every year to the most promising young researchers in basic, translational, and clinical science to further evolve their professional career. Awardees are jointly selected by the UEG National Societies Committee and the UEG Scientific Committee, based on a track record of international quality research and developing scientific independence.
For the Rising Stars 2023 application is open until September 2, 2022.
You want to apply for Horzion Europe funding? Did you know that the UEG is offering up to EUR 10.000,- per consortium to support your application? The UEG Horizon Europe Support provides you with a meeting facility, catering and other logistical meeting support onsite, reimbursement of costs for accommodation & travel and advice for your research topic from the UEG community.