2017 summer intern Matthew Glasgow presented his work on esophageal pH-impedance testing at the Annual Mount David Summit: A celebration of student achievement at Bates College today. Along with his co-authors, including lead author Marc Ward, Matt plans on publishing the full study this year in a peer-reviewed journal. Matt was recently awarded a competitive Summer Research Fellowship grant from Bates college with plans to return to FSIE in June where he will continue his work in clinical esophageal physiology as well as serve as Assistant Program Coordinator for the 2018 summer students. We are excited to have him back with the team! Congratulations Matt!
Congrats to the fellows for their upcoming DDW presentations June 4th:
Dr Ahmed Zhini SSAT Plenary Session
Laparoscopic Heller Myotomy VS POEM: Evolving Criteria for Treatment Selection
Dr Walaa Abdelmoaty SSAT Poster presentation
Laparoscopic Transhiatal Esophagectomy for Invasive Adenocarcinoma
More updates to follow- see you in DC!
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