Significant progress is being made toward diagnosis, evaluation and management of sensori-motor dysfunction, gut microbiota, gut-brain axis, nutrition, eosinophilic esophagitis. Read the most recent news here.

April, 19 is World IBS Day

On today's IBS Day 2024 (and all other days): The ESNM is committed to research, diagnosis, and treatment of gastrointestinal function in health and disease. The main clinical focus areas are intestinal disorders (IBS, dyspepsia, GERD etc.), post-infectious conditions, visceral pain syndromes, the microbiome, and non-intestinal disorders affecting bowel function. Sign up for our newsletter to stay up to date on IBS and other topics!

Study Compares Face-to-Face Interviews and Internet Surveys in Global Epidemiology Research

In a recent publication in Neurogastroenterology & Motility published in April 2023, Sperber AD and colleagues conducted the Rome Foundation Global Epidemiology Study, comparing face-to-face interviews and internet surveys as data collection methods. The findings underscore the need for a nuanced understanding of data collection methods, particularly in the context of global epidemiological studies.

IBS DAYS 2024: Call for abstracts is open

Important news for anyone interested in presenting their research findings on irritable bowel syndrome. Take your chance and participate in the international congress IBS Days on 17-19 June in Bologna, Italy. Submit your abstract by 12 April. Further information can be found on the congress website

Annual meeting of the German Society of Neurogastroenterology and Motility 2024

From February 16th to 18th the annual meeting of the DGNM took place in Freising, Germany. This year’s meeting included a special symposium with international speakers to honour the 20 years anniversary of the Foundation of Neurogastroenterology and particularly his founder Prof. Dr. Thomas Frieling.

Little Brain Big Brain 2024

The LBBB organizing committee encourages all early/mid-career researchers to apply to the upcoming meeting in Thailand! This includes final-year PhD students, post-docs or junior faculty members within 7 years of receiving terminal degree (MD, PhD). Applications from basic, clinical and industry research will be accepted. Topics include, but are not limited to: developmental studies, inflammation, functional disorders, gut-brain axis, therapy and drug discovery.

The Nine Item Avoidant restrictive food intake disorder Screen (NIAS) is now available in French (NIAS-FR)

Clinical experts in neurogastroenterology from four medical centres in France and Belgium collaborated to translate the Nine Item Avoidant Restrictive Food Intake Disorder Screen (NIAS), originally available in English, into French (NIAS-FR).

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