GI Grand Rounds

Duke GI Grand Rounds is a weekly educational conference with a focus on clinical and research topics, issues and advances related to Gastroenterology and Hepatology.  GI Grand Rounds conferences feature leaders and experts from outside Duke and from other Duke divisions, in addition to Duke GI faculty and trainees. Special GI Grand Rounds sessions include discussion of timely and significant issues, as well as of clinical controversies and quality improvement. 
 
CME Credit
Duke GI Grand Rounds live conferences qualify for 1.0 AMA PRA credit of CME.   Credit for ANCC and MOC for ABIM may be earned for qualifying presentations. 

GI Grand Rounds, held Wednesdays from 8:00 am - 9:00 am, is currently conducted virtually via Zoom.  

  • To request a live video conference link, email ahm36@duke.edu
  • Contact program directors for more information:  Amit Patel, MDJulius Wilder, MD, PhD
  • Video links (below) are accessible to Duke faculty, staff and trainees with a valid Duke Net ID
  • View presentations from previous years here

Calendar Year 2022

Date Presenter Title/Topic
8/24/22

W. Tom Clarke, MD

TBA
8/17/22

TBA

TBA
8/10/22

Anastasia Stefania Alexopoulous, MBBS, MHS

TBA
8/3/22

Andrew Muir, MD

State of the GI Division
6/8/22

Stephanie Garbarino, MD
Duke GI Fellow

Acute Alcoholic Hepatitis: who, what, when, where, why… and what about transplant?
6/1/22

Kara Wegermann, MD
Duke GI Fellow

A Pain in the Chest: NAFLD and Cardiovascular Disease
5/18/22

GI Fellows QI Projects

 
5/4/22

Michael Noujaim, MD, MSc
Duke GI Fellow

Opening the GI Tract’s “Pandora’s Box:” The Enteroscopic Diagnosis and Management of Small Bowel Tumors 
4/27/22

Nadim Mahmud

Improving Surgical Risk Prediction in Patients with Cirrhosis
4/13/22

Joshua Lee, MD
Duke GI Fellow

“Not so NICE Polyps” Evaluation and Risk Stratification of Potentially Malignant Colorectal Polyps

4/6/22

Talisha Ramchal, MD
Duke GI Fellow

Precision Medicine and Inflammatory Bowel Disease: Can we predict, prevent, and proactively treat?

3/30/22

Jackie Henson, MD
Duke GI Fellow

Applications of Artificial Intelligence in GI
3/23/22

Neil Sengupta, MD
The University of Chicago 

Evidence Based Approach to Lower Gastrointestinal Bleeding

3/16/22

Nicole Jawitz, MD
Duke GI Fellow

Management of IBD in the COVID Era

3/2/22

Jose Ruiz, MD
Duke GI Fellow

Novel Anti-Reflux Endoscopic Therapies in Patients with GERD
2/23/22

Julius Wilder, MD, PhD 
Susan Spratt, MD

Building a Strategic Plan for DEI Within GI
Screening for Social Determinants of Health in GI
(Internal/Invitation-only)
2/16/22

Andrea Thoumi, MPP, MSc
Kamaria Kaalund, BA

Leveraging Community Engagement and Health Policy to Address Health Equity Gaps 
2/9/22

Julius Wilder, MD, PhD
Jennifer Slepin, MSN, RN, PHN, CNIII

Structural Racism and Hep C Equity
2/2/22

Joanne A. P. Wilson Lecture
John Carethers, MD, MACP

Informing Race/Ethnicity Modeling for Colorectal Cancer Screening
1/26/22

Amanda Boyd, MD
Duke GI Fellow

Update & Review of Common Benign Anorectal Disorders
1/19/22

Richard Wood, MD
Duke Gastroenterology 

Faculty Development: Milestones 2.0 : What’s new and how do these fit into a competency-based fellowship assessment program? 
1/12/22

April Wall, MD
Duke GI Fellow

Cirrhosis and Infectious Disease: Why the Immune System Can’t Deliver 
1/5/22

Dustin Carlson, MD, MSCI
Northwestern University 

FLIP Panometry:  A Novel and Evolving Approach to Esophageal Motility Disorders