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Speakers: Nicholas Talley (Australia), Annamaria Staiano (Italy), Marc Benninga (The Netherlands), Lukas van Oudenhove (Belgium)   “The definition of functional gastrointestinal disorders (FGIDs) as laid out in the Rome III criteria is now highly questionable.” This was the view expressed by Professor Nicholas Talley of the University of Newcastle, Australia when introducing his presentation on the Epidemiology of FGIDs and…

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Speakers: Nicholas Talley (Australia), Annamaria Staiano (Italy), Marc Benninga (The Netherlands), Lukas van Oudenhove (Belgium)   “The definition of functional gastrointestinal disorders (FGIDs) as laid out in the Rome III criteria is now highly questionable.” This was the view expressed by Professor Nicholas Talley of the University of Newcastle, Australia when introducing his presentation on the Epidemiology of FGIDs and…

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Speakers: Franck Carbonnel (France), Johan Burisch (Denmark), Fergus Shanahan (Ireland) The role of gut microbiota in the pathogenesis of inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) is increasingly recognised, as evidenced by the escalating number of publications on microbiota, rising from less than 200 in 1990 to over 1200 in 2012 thus far. This fact was highlighted by Dr Fergus Shanahan when introducing…

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Speakers: Franck Carbonnel (France), Johan Burisch (Denmark), Fergus Shanahan (Ireland) The role of gut microbiota in the pathogenesis of inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) is increasingly recognised, as evidenced by the escalating number of publications on microbiota, rising from less than 200 in 1990 to over 1200 in 2012 thus far. This fact was highlighted by Dr Fergus Shanahan when introducing…

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For a large portion of society it is still unknown that a whole universe of life forms is active within our intestines, receiving the name of gut microbiota. The tens of trillions of bacteria composing this living community form together what is currently considered by experts as a “new organ” carrying out specific functions which are key to maintaining an…

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For a large portion of society it is still unknown that a whole universe of life forms is active within our intestines, receiving the name of gut microbiota. The tens of trillions of bacteria composing this living community form together what is currently considered by experts as a “new organ” carrying out specific functions which are key to maintaining an…

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We are proud to launch today the first public information service about gut microbiota: the Gut Microbiota World Watch. Thanks to the support of the Gut Microbiota & Health section of the European Society of Neurogastroenterology and Motility (member of the United European Gastroenterology), we will work as an international information and education center aimed at disseminating to society cutting-edge findings…

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We are proud to launch today the first public information service about gut microbiota: the Gut Microbiota World Watch. Thanks to the support of the Gut Microbiota & Health section of the European Society of Neurogastroenterology and Motility (member of the United European Gastroenterology), we will work as an international information and education center aimed at disseminating to society cutting-edge findings…

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Did you know that we can find more than 100 trillion of good bacteria in our body? According to a study carried out by more than 80 universities and 200 researchers, humans are made up of more microbes than human cells. Although these figures show us the importance of microbes in our health, the knowledge in that field remained largely…

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Did you know that we can find more than 100 trillion of good bacteria in our body? According to a study carried out by more than 80 universities and 200 researchers, humans are made up of more microbes than human cells. Although these figures show us the importance of microbes in our health, the knowledge in that field remained largely…

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Many articles about gut microbiota have been appearing in mainstream media in the near past and important newspapers and magazines such as The Huffington Post, The Economist, The New York Times and The Guardian, among others, have recently addressed this subject. Something similar is happening in the scientific community, as more and more experts are keeping a close eye on…

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Many articles about gut microbiota have been appearing in mainstream media in the near past and important newspapers and magazines such as The Huffington Post, The Economist, The New York Times and The Guardian, among others, have recently addressed this subject. Something similar is happening in the scientific community, as more and more experts are keeping a close eye on…

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One of the exciting elements about personalised medicine in general and gut microbiota research in particular is that it's taking place at a time when the internet allows every user worldwide to easily share information. Altogether the information exchanged forms a huge amount of personal data, a key value of today's web practice. The production of data is now even…

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One of the exciting elements about personalised medicine in general and gut microbiota research in particular is that it's taking place at a time when the internet allows every user worldwide to easily share information. Altogether the information exchanged forms a huge amount of personal data, a key value of today's web practice. The production of data is now even…

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Leading experts and emerging young investigators actively involved in neurogastroenterology and digestive motility from around the world gathered at the Joint International Neurogastroenterology and Motility Meeting held in Bologna in September 2012 to discuss cutting-edge research. The meeting addressed latest findings in common conditions such as functional bowel disorders, the diagnosis and treatment of which require up-to-date knowledge in this…

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Leading experts and emerging young investigators actively involved in neurogastroenterology and digestive motility from around the world gathered at the Joint International Neurogastroenterology and Motility Meeting held in Bologna in September 2012 to discuss cutting-edge research. The meeting addressed latest findings in common conditions such as functional bowel disorders, the diagnosis and treatment of which require up-to-date knowledge in this…

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The Gut Microbiota for Health first world summit has taken place in Evian, France, from 26th to 28th March 2012. Organized by the Gut Microbiota & Health Section of the ESNM, the first summit has reached its objectives and has provided a forum for dissemination of novel discoveries in Gut Microbiota & Health among the scientific community. The summit report…

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The Gut Microbiota for Health first world summit has taken place in Evian, France, from 26th to 28th March 2012. Organized by the Gut Microbiota & Health Section of the ESNM, the first summit has reached its objectives and has provided a forum for dissemination of novel discoveries in Gut Microbiota & Health among the scientific community. The summit report…

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You will find below the video broadcast of the two plenary sessions held in Evian last march during the Gut Microbiota for Health first world summit. Monday March 26th - opening session   Wednesday March 28th - closing session

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You will find below the video broadcast of the two plenary sessions held in Evian last march during the Gut Microbiota for Health first world summit. Monday March 26th - opening session   Wednesday March 28th - closing session

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