Webinar: “Hypermobile EDS and Gastrointestinal Issues”

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TOPIC: “Hypermobile EDS and Gastrointestinal Issues”

PRESENTER: Dr. Gisela Chelimsky, Pediatric Gastroenterologist

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About our speaker: Dr. Gisela Chelimsky

  • Gisela Chelimsky, MD, is Professor of Pediatrics at the Medical College of Wisconsin.
  • Dr. Chelimsky was previously Professor of Pediatrics and Neurology at Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine in Cleveland where she served as Director of Pediatric Autonomic Disorders Program Rainbow Babies and Children’s Hospital at University Hospitals of Cleveland.
  • A graduate of Medical School at the University of Buenos Aires, Argentina, Dr. Chelimsky completed residency in Pediatrics and pediatric gastroenterology fellowship at Rainbow Babies and Children’s Hospital in Cleveland Ohio.
  • Dr. Chelimsky joined the faculty at Case Western in 1996 and rose to the rank of Professor in 2011. She is also board certified in Autonomic Disorders.
  • Her work has focused on functional gastrointestinal disorders and understanding the inter-relations between the brain-gut axis and the co-morbidities that come with these disorders.
  • Dr. Chelimsky has published more than 50 original articles, contributed to 17 books or chapters, and made multiple presentations at regional, national and international meeting.

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