Johns Hopkins gastroenterologist Florin Selaru and nanomedicine researcher Laura Ensign discuss their work addressing one of the major clinical problems related to inflammatory bowel disease (IBD): strictures in the gastrointestinal (GI) tract.
Johns Hopkins transplant hepatologist Victor Chen shares published findings on the prevalence of hepatitis C among people who were pregnant in the United States during the “opioid epidemic” — 1998 to 2018.
Gastroenterologist Olaya Brewer Gutierrez and minimally invasive surgeon Brett Parker, each from Johns Hopkins, discuss concomitant transoral incisionless fundoplication (cTIF).
Gastroenterologist Aly Strauss discusses the importance of a holistic approach to barriers patients may face to receiving a liver transplant, and research findings that help identify who may need more resources.
Johns Hopkins gastroenterologist Ekta Gupta discusses current research pursuits within the Division of Gastroenterology and Hepatology at Johns Hopkins. She highlights the division’s participation in a multicenter trial that is studying ...
Dr. Brett Parker, a fellowship-trained minimally invasive foregut surgeon, discusses his use of the latest technology and techniques for a wide range of GI issues, including bariatric surgery, paraesophageal hernia repairs and GERD treatment.
Dr. Saowanee Ngamruengphong discusses performing endoscopic resection for gastric lesions.
At the Johns Hopkins IBD Center, groundbreaking work is being done. For the past three years, gastroenterologist Alyssa Parian and her colleagues - as part of a three year grant - have been developing solutions for perianal fistulas.
Dr. Kimberley Steele uses functional MRI to explore how bariatric surgery alters blood flow to the reward centers of the brain — those areas that are responsible for our desire for food.
This video, edited by Mouen Khashab, Associate Professor of medicine and director of therapeutic endoscopy, demonstrates Zenker's Diverticulum: Z-POEM.
Vikesh Singh, MD, Johns Hopkins gastroenterologist, explains medical management and surgical treatment options for pancreatitis patients.
Mark Lazarev, assistant professor of medicine, discusses how people living with IBD can improve their overall quality of life with diet changes and medication management.
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