Dr. Will DePaolo and CMiSt Present
Join the New Microbiome Club
First rule of Microbiome Club - you present at Microbiome Club. This will be an open forum where you can present current and ongoing work in a relaxed, comfortable setting. Everyone is encouraged to present. PIs, postdocs and students, too!Read More
Save the Date - December 2nd
State-of-the-Art in Gastroenterology and Hepatology
This full-day CME and CNE accredited course is specifically designed for gastroenterologists, hepatologists, surgeons, infectious disease providers, GI/hepatology nurses, and other health care professionals who treat patients with digestive and liver diseases.Read More
CCFA Touch of Football 2017
Game of Crohn's Takes the Win!
24 local teams competed in a flag football tournament on CenturyLink Field, sponsored by the CCFA. This charity event raised more than $181,000 to help find cures and support the 1.6 million Americans affected by inflammatory bowel disease. Congratulations to our team for taking the win this year!Read More
Dr. George Ioannou
Direct-Acting Hepatitis C Antiviral Treatment in Patients with T2D
People infected with hepatitis C virus have a higher risk of type 2 diabetes than uninfected people. If direct-acting antiviral therapy successfully eradicated hepatitis C, would patients who also have T2D gain better glycemic control?Read More
The Whole U Presents
Do Fad Diets Affect Your Gut Microbiome?
Dr. Will DePaolo, Director of the UW Center for Microbiome Sciences and Therapeutics (CMiST), will discuss the potential impact of fad diets on the gut microbiome and what you should be aware of when you make dramatic changes to your daily nutrition.Read More