Lunchtime Seminars 2018

Lunchtime Seminars 2018

The Lunchtime Seminars are held in the NDDC Seminar Room (West Block, D Floor, QMC) every Friday at 1pm

Friday 12th January 2018 presented by Dr Ahmad Moolla, Clinical Research Fellow, The University of Oxford. The title of his presentation is: ‘The urinary steroid metabolome as a novel non-invasive tool to stage non-alcoholic fatty liver disease’

Friday 19th January 2018 presented by Harry Jenkins. The title of his presentation is: ‘Helicobacter pylori and Protection from Multiple Sclerosis’

Friday 26th January 2018 presented by Aloysious Aravinthan. The title of his presentation is ‘Cellular senescence & HCC – is there a link?’

Friday 2nd February 2018 presented by Victoria Wilkinson-Smith ‘Reclassifying constipation using MRI and high resolution manometry to define mechanism of disease and target treatment.’

Friday 9th February 2018 presented by Alex Harris ‘The high-resolution manometry as a new technique to study the effect of drugs on colonic motility and the pathophysiological mechanisms of functional bowel disorders’ AND Rajani Murthy ‘Nopal: a pilot participant-blind study of the effect of bran, psyllium and nopalon intestinal water content using Magnetic Resonance Imaging’

Friday 16th February 2018 presented by Carolyn Costigan ‘MARCO study: MRI of whole gut transit time in newly diagnosed coeliac disease’

Friday 23rd February 2018 presented by Jane Grove ‘Can genotyping be used to identify people likely to have undiagnosed chronic liver disease?’

Friday 9th March 2018 presented by Ali Alyami ‘MAP study, a new MR-based Perianal Crohn’s disease activity score: A multi-centre study’

Friday 23rd March 2018 presented by Adeboyejo Kazeem Adeyinka ‘High Prevalence of Hepatitis C Virus Subtypes Harbouring Antiviral Resistance Mutations and Evaluation of Commercial Genotyping Assays in a Cohorts of Sub-Saharan African Individuals’

Friday 6th April 2018 presented by Prita Daliya ‘Improving consent in the digital era – Learning fromMontgomery’

Friday 20th April 2018 presented by Maura Corsetti ‘Nottingham Gastric Emptying Test: is this predictive of the response to treatment in patients with functional dyspepsia or cyclic vomiting syndrome?’

Friday 27th April 2018 presented by Peggy Cho Kiu Lo ‘In-vitro modelling of inherited non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) using human induced pluripotent stem cells (hiPSCs)’

Friday 4th May 2018 presented by Dr Marietta Iacucci from the University of Birmingham ‘Advanced endoscopy imaging and therapy in the colon: novel concept in Birmingham and Future collaboration’

Friday 11th May 2018 presented by Darren Letley ‘The gastric microbiome in the atrophic stomach’

Friday 18th May 2018 presented by Aditya Agarwal ‘ERCP Audit 2016/17: Statistics of Art and Science’

Friday 25th May 2018 presented by Joanne Morling ‘Bowel Cancer Screening: Where are we with FIT?’ AND Gita Thapaliya ‘An examination of eating behaviour in Crohn’s Disease’

Friday 1st June 2018 presented by Mohammad Ilyas ‘What’s new about Lynch Syndrome?’

Friday 8th June 2018 presented by Professor Soren Moller from the University of Copenhagen in D96 of the Medical School ‘Haemodynamic complications to cirrhosis and portal hypertension’

Friday 15th June 2018 presented by Abdul-Kareem Abdul-Rahman ‘Mortality among Alcohol Misusers’

Friday 22nd June 2018 presented by Asseel Khalaf ‘Imaging studies of gastrointestinal motility and peptide response in health and Crohn’s disease’

Friday 29th June 2018 presented by Dr James Good from University Hospitals Birmingham in Room C1071, C Floor, South Block, QMCThe emerging role of radiation in the treatment of hepatocellular carcinoma’

Friday 6th July 2018 presented by Jaber Alyami ‘Glycaemic, gastrointestinal , hormonal and appetitive responses to pearl millet and oats porridge breakfast: a randomized, crossover trial’

Friday 13th July 2018 presented by Chun Goddard ‘Optimisation of an in vitro cell system using pseudo viruses to investigate HBV entry mechanisms’ AND Kate Jack – ‘Hepatitis C testing in prisons – What are they doing?’

Friday 20th July 2018 presented by Rob Scott ‘Can MRI help us deliver personalised care in cirrhosis?’

Friday 27th July 2018 presented by Chris Bradley ‘Quantitative Magnetic Resonance Liver Imaging in Nottingham’

There are no Friday Lunchtime Seminars throughout August

Friday 7th September 2018 presented by Colin Crooks ‘Uncovering prognostically important patterns in data’

Friday 14th September 2018 presented by Naaventhan Palaniyappan ‘Response-guided Treatment in Portal Hypertension: How should we do it?’

Friday 21st September 2018 Staff Engagement meeting

Friday 28th September 2018 presented by Tanya Monaghan C. difficile in Central India: The Story So Far’

Friday 5th October 2018 Impact Workshop hosted by Neil Guha

Friday 12th October 2018 presented by David Gunn ‘Bile Acid Malabsorption: An Update’

Friday 19th October 2018 presented by Luca Marciani ‘Magnetic resonance imaging in paediatric constipation: MAGIC project update and MAGIC2 grant interview presentation’

Friday 26th October 2018 There will be no Lunchtime Seminar

Friday 2nd November 2018 presented by Jane Chalmers ‘NAFLD: A tale of two cities’

Friday 9th November 2018 There will be no Lunchtime Seminar

Friday 16th November 2018 There will be no Lunchtime Seminar

Friday 23rd November 2018 presented by Alfie Adiamah ‘VTE in oesophageal andgastric cancer’

Friday 30th November 2018 presented by Jordan McGing ‘Non-invasive approaches to identify the causes of premature fatigue development in IBD patients: An update on study progress’