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ADVANCES ON GUT MICROBIOTA AND FECAL

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European Association
for Gastroenterology,
Endoscopy and Nutrition
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Rome
2014
EAGEN POSTGRADUATE COURSE
ADVANCES ON GUT MICROBIOTA
AND FECAL MICROBIOTA
TRANSPLANTATION
Course Directors
Antonio Gasbarrini, Peter Malfertheiner
Rome, 10-11 September 2014
Sala Italia - Europa Congress Center
Catholic University of Rome
EAGEN POSTGRADUATE COURSE
Wednesday 10 September
14:00 - 14:30
Welcome Addresses and Introductory Remarks
A. Gasbarrini, P. Malfertheiner
14:30 - 16:30
COMPONENTS OF THE GUT MICROBIOTA
Chairs: A. Benedetti, P. Cocconcelli
Gut Bacteriome
• Gut Anaerobs - G. Delogu
• Gut Aerobs - L. Putignani
• Focus on Fecalibacterium prausnitzii - P. Langella
• Focus on Akkermansia muciniphila - P. Cani
Gut Mycome - M. Toscano
Gut Virome - R. Bruno
Discussants: M. Cicala, G. Nardone
Break
16:30 - 17:30
LEAKY GUT, IS TIME TO TREAT?
Chairs: G. Costamagna, M. Farthing
The intestinal barrier in different physiological and pathological
conditions - A. Gasbarrini
Consequences of increased intestinal permeability - G. Barbara
Discussion
17:30 - 19:00
FOCUS ON THE GUT BARRIERS
Chairs: M. Farthing - G. Krejs
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Oro-esophageal barrier - L. Lopetuso
Gastric barrier - F. Franceschi
Small bowel barrier - G. Gasbarrini
Colonic barrier - A. Armuzzi
Discussants: A. Papa, M. Pompili
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Thursday 11 September
09:00 - 09:30
The Ageing Microbiota
A. Pilotto
09:30 - 10:30
THERAPEUTIC DOWN-MODULATION OF GUT MICROBIOTA
IN DIVERTICULAR DISEASE OF THE COLON
Chairs: A. Attili, P. Malfertheiner
Why do we need to down-modulate gut microbiota
in diverticular disease? - M. Koch
Evidence-based therapy of microbiota modulation
in diverticular disease - C. Hoegenauer
Break
11:00 - 12:30
FECAL TRANSPLANTATION: TECHNICALITIES
Chairs: M. Angelico, R. Landolfi
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Regulatory issues and reimbursement - A. Nanni Costa
Cost-efficacy - M. Ruggeri
Procedure and technical issues - C. Hoegenauer
Microbiological and safety issues - M. Sanguinetti
Discussants: D. Festi, G.L. Rapaccini
Lunch
13:30 - 15:00
FECAL TRANSPLANTATION: CLINICAL INDICATIONS
Chairs: H. Hammer, A. Pontecorvi
Present:
• Clostridium difficile and other antibiotic-resistant infections - G. Cammarota
Futures?
• IBD - F. Scaldaferri
• IBS - E. Corazziari
• Insulin resistance and Diabetes - H. Tilg
• Obesity - P. Cani
Discussants: A. Grieco, G. Mingrone
EAGEN COURSE CLOSING REMARKS
General Information
Venue
Sala Italia, Europa Congress Center
Catholic University of Rome
Largo Francesco Vito, 1- 00168 Rome
Language
The official language of the Course is English.
Scientific Information
CME CREDITS (for italian participants)
The Course will be accredited for Physicians (Gastroenterology, Internal
Medicine, Allergology and Immunology, Endocrinology, Metabolic Diseases and
Diabetology, Dietetic and Food Science, General Surgery) and for Biologists.
Italian CME certificates will be sent after the Course directly to the address
indicated on the CME forms filled in at the end of the event.
Certificates of Attendance
The certificate of attendance will be issued to all regularly registered
participants at the end of the Course.
Scholarships
Scholarships will be available for Postgraduate Students.
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