Postgraduate Course

Learning Luncheon 10: Ischemic Bowel Disorders

Saturday, October 6
12:20 PM - 1:35 PM
Location: 122A (level 100)

Category: Colon

Admission to the optional Learning Luncheon sessions on Saturday and Sunday may be purchased for $75 each; register online at acgmeetings.gi.org until September 28, 2018. During the meeting, visit the Registration Desk to purchase admission; some sessions may be sold out.

Learning Objectives:

Paul Feuerstadt

Assistant Clinical Professor of Medicine
Gastroenterology Center of Connecticut/Yale University School of Medicine
Hamden, CT, US

A native of Long Island, New York, Dr. Feuerstadt attended the University of Pennsylvania where he earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in biology, with distinction in research and graduated Summa Cum Laude. Following completion of his undergraduate training, Dr. Feuerstadt attended the Weill Medical College of Cornell University in Manhattan where he earned his Medical Doctor degree, and stayed at New York Presbyterian Hospital/Weill Cornell Medical Center for his internship and residency in internal medicine. Following completion of his residency, Dr. Feuerstadt moved on to the Montefiore Medical Center in the Bronx for his clinical fellowship training. Throughout Dr. Feuerstadt’s training and practice, he has been actively involved in research and other academic pursuits. His areas of interest include chronic diarrheal syndromes with a specific focus on Clostridium difficile infection, irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) and ischemic diseases of the gut. He has presented his research extensively at national meetings and has authored and co-authored many manuscripts, textbook chapters and online modules. Another passion of Dr. Feuerstadt’s is teaching, and he frequently gives lectures locally, regionally, and nationally and also mentors fellows in the Division of Digestive Disease at Yale-New Haven Hospital where he holds a clinical appointment as an Assistant Clinical Professor of Medicine. His clinical practice is his ultimate passion filling the majority of his work time as he sees a broad spectrum of patients with gastrointestinal and hepatic disease. Dr. Feuerstadt is affiliated with the St. Raphael campus of Yale-New Haven Hospital, Yale-New Haven Hospital, and Milford Hospital where he is Chief of the Section of Digestive Diseases.

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