ACG Resources for World Microbiome Day

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    World Microbiome Day

    World Microbiome Day, June 27, 2018, aims to showcase the vibrant and diverse worlds of microbiomes, and to encourage public dialogue on their critical importance to human, animal and environmental health.

     

    Submit to the AJG Special Issue on the Gut Microbiome by August 15

    ACG Resources for World Microbiome Day

    The College has identified articles and video presentations that dovetail with World Microbiome Day. Learn from presentations from the ACG Annual Scientific Meeting and articles from The American Journal of Gastroenterology, Clinical and Translational Gastroenterology, and ACG Case Reports Journal. ACG hopes you enjoy exploring these materials featured in honor of the first World Microbiome Day.


    Watch

    Current and Future Clinical Applications of the Microbiome in GI Disease
    ACG Education Universe, Eamonn M. M. Quigley, MD, MACG

    Eamonn M. M. Quigley, MD, MACG


    The Human Microbiome: Where Does It Fit in the Clinical Management of a Patient?
    ACG Education Universe, Yehuda Ringel, MD, FACG

    Yehuda Ringel, MD, FACG


    Read

    The American Journal of Gastroenterology

    Probiotics in Gastroenterology: How Pro Is the Evidence in Adults?
    Ronald L. Koretz, MD


    Rural and Urban Residence During Early Life is Associated with Risk of Inflammatory Bowel Disease: A Population-Based Inception and Birth Cohort Study
    Benchimol, et al.


    Clinical and Pathophysiological Consequences of Alterations in the Microbiome in Cirrhosis
    Jane Macnaughtan MA(Hons), BMBCh, and Rajiv Jalan MD, PhD


    2016 AJG Supplement on the Microbiome

    Persisting Consequence of Intestinal Infection: A Case of the Blind Men and the Elephant
    Mark S. Riddle MD, DrPH, and Richard I. Walker, PhD


    Chronic Health Consequences of Acute Enteric Infections in the Developed World
    Chad K. Porter, PhD, MPH, Barbara Kowalcyk, PhD, and Mark S. Riddle , MD, DrPH

     


    Good Bugs, Bad Bugs in the Gut: The Role of Microbiota Dysbiosis in Chronic Gastrointestinal Consequences of Infection
    Andre G. Buret, PhD


    The Microbiome–Gut–Brain Axis and the Consequences of Infection and Dysbiosis
    John Bienenstock, MBBS, Wolfgang Kunze, PhD, and Paul Forsythe, PhD


    Autoimmunity and Irritable Bowel Syndrome: New Pathophysiology
    Mark Pimentel, MD, FRCP(C), Gillian M. Barlow, PhD, Jae Hak Kim, MD, and Christopher Chang, MD, PhD


    Genetics, Mucosal Inflammation, and the Environment in Post-Infectious Chronic Gut Syndromes
    Marjorie M. Walker, BMBS, FRCPath FRCPA, Simon J. Keely, PhD, Rodney J. Scott, PhD, DSc, FRCPath, FHGSA, FFSc(RCPA), and Nicholas J. Talley, MD, MBBS, PhD, MMedSci, MACG


    Using Markers in IBD to Predict Disease and Treatment Outcomes: Rationale and a Review of Current Status
    Gary R. Lichtenstein, MD, FACG, and Dermot P.B. McGovern MD, PhD, FRCP


    Clinical and Translational Gastroenterology

    Characteristics of the bacterial microbiome in association with common intestinal parasites in irritable bowel syndrome
    Rindom Krogsgaard, et al.


    Barrett’s esophagus is associated with a distinct oral microbiome
    Snider, et al.

     


    Genetic risk, dysbiosis, and treatment stratification using host genome and gut microbiome in inflammatory bowel disease
    Moustafa, et al.


    Consistent Prebiotic Effect on Gut Microbiota With Altered FODMAP Intake in Patients with Crohn’s Disease: A Randomised, Controlled Cross-Over Trial of Well-Defined Diets
    Halmos, et al.


    ACG Case Reports Journal

    Microscopic Colitis After Fecal Microbiota Transplant
    Matthew J. Fasullo, DO, Yasir Al-Azzawi, MD, and Jeffrey Abergel, MD


    Hair Growth in Two Alopecia Patients after Fecal Microbiota Transplant
    Rebello, et al.


    Symptomatic Microscopic Colitis Atop Quiescent Inflammatory Bowel Disease: A Case Series
    Megna, et al.

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