Webinar on “Gastrointestinal Disorders in EDS” by Dr. Manu Sood – Recording Available

 

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Dr. Manu Sood presents “Gastrointestinal Disorders in EDS” .

 

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TOPIC:  “Gastrointestinal Disorders in EDS”

 

PRESENTER:   Dr. Manu Sood

 

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About our speaker: Manu Sood, MD

  • Dr. Sood is Professor and Chief of Division of Pediatric Gastroenterology at Medical College of Wisconsin
  • He is Medical Director of Gastroenterology and Program Director, Motility at Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin
  • He was awarded Castle Connolly’s Top Doctors™ (2013)
  • Dr. Sood has spoken at the EDNF Conference.
  • He has been published in more than 10 journals, including topics such as GI Motility Disorders, IBS and GERD.

 

Experience

Professor and Chief
Division of Pediatric Gastroenterology, Medical College of Wisconsin
2011 – Present (4 years)

Associate Professor
Medical College of Wisconsin
2004 – 2011 (7 years)

Royal Manchester Children’s Hospital
Central Manchester University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
2001 – 2004 (3 years)

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