UPDATE: Postponed until August 22nd and 23rd
One of our volunteer advisers has been planning something special behind the scenes, and it’s finally around the corner…a continuing medical education(CME) event for both practitioners and patients.
Dr. Sabine Hazen MD, CEO of Ventura Clinical Trials, Malibu Specialty Center and Progenabiome is putting together a meeting of the minds.
Physicians, government, and industry share the latest in microbiome research, discoveries, and news on the gut flora and its role in dis-ease and healing potential.
Malibu Microbiome Meeting Conference
March 28 and 29 at Pepperdine University in the beautiful warm beach city of Malibu California.
WHO IS THIS FOR?
Patients, friends and family members who want to learn from the best of the best, tap into a collaborative supportive community and learn about evidence-based Integrative research and treatment options that normally take months or years to reach you while having a healthy fun time – yes this is for you.
Practitioners who want to connect with like-minded colleagues while learning about the latest clinical research, standards, and applications to elevate your toolbox and practice to a new level and be able to help more patients – yes this is for you
Researchers who want to connect with like-minded colleagues while learning about the latest findings to bring back to your clinic and further advance research which goes along with our Mission to HAMAPASAP – Help As Many As Possible As Soon As Possible
Because the World Needs Superheroes, These Doctors Work to Advance Medical Research and Save Lives
Expert Speakers Include:
Dr. Thomas Borody – from Centre for Digestive Diseases in Australia
Dr. Neil Stollman – UCSF / East Bay Center for Digestive Health
Dr. Sabine Hazen Progenabiome
Dr. Alex Khoruts – University of Minnesota
Dr. Colleen Kelly – Brown University
Dr. Yinghong Wang – MD Anderson Cancer Center
Dr. Paul Feurstadt – Yale School Of Medicine
Dr. Howard Young – National Institutes of Health(NIH)
Dr. Jessica Allegretti – Harvard Medical School
Dr. Sahil Khanna – Mayo Clinic
– Topics Include IBD Crohn’s, Colitis, Alzheimers, Autism, C.Diff, Cancer, Children, UTI and other applications
– Catering by Malibu Farms providing fresh, organic and local farm-to-table food
– Hootenanny For Healing with The Malibu Guitar Festival Saturday night w/ Live Music. Dinner. Drinks. Dancing. Fun Benefiting Microbiome Research Foundation @ Private Malibu Estate with Live Music from Brandon Jenner, The Kenneth Brian Band, and a special guest appearance we’re not yet at the liberty to announce 😉
Yes, that Jenner. Brandon’s parents are U.S. track and field Olympian Caitlyn Jenner and actress Linda Thompson. He is the brother of Brody Jenner, half-brother of Kendall, Kylie, and Burton Jenner, and Cassandra Marino. Brandon is now the ex-stepbrother of Kourtney, Kim, Khloé, and Rob Kardashian,
– Vendor Booths including Diagnostic Solutions Laboratory – Creators of GI-MAP and CytoDX. (Patients: You may now order these tests on your own here)
– Affordable pricing and for additional savings use code onegreatgut for 25% off + they have been kind to donate back to the One Great Gut Foundation for every ticket purchased using that code. So if you decide to attend you not only will receive the most advanced and up to date information about microbiome research and applications you’ll help us achieve our mission which is to help 10M Integratively Thrive with IBD,. Thrive Physically, Mentally, Emotionally and Spiritually.
NOTE: One Great Gut does not promote or advocate for the clinical practices of the speakers as we are personally not familiar with their treatment recommendations, and more importantly, the results they are able to provide to their patients. We are promoting the Malibu Microbiome Meeting as a meaningful event to attend for up to the date scientific information and research. If you are looking for a vetted qualified practitioner you may consider the One Great Gut Network to help you Thrive. Many of the practitioners not only have IBD themselves but have fixed it, no longer suffer and now help other’s achieve those same results.
More on some of the speakers:
Professor Thomas Borody, founded the Centre for Digestive Diseases (CDD) in 1984 after a distinguished career with leading hospitals including St Vincent’s in Sydney and the Mayo Clinic in the USA.
He is a world-renowned leader in the clinical microbiota dating back to 1988 when he started performing what is now called Fecal Microbiota Transplantation (FMT).
The CDD has published 220+ scientific papers, treated 78,000+ patients, has 14+ inventions in market or trials, and Professor Borody holds over 150 patents in areas such as: treatment of Helicobacter pylori, Crohn’s disease, bowel lavage, IBS and FMT.
NEIL STOLLMAN, MD, FACP, FACG, AGAF
• medical degree: NYU School of Medicine
• residency: Columbia University – College of Physicians and Surgeons
• chief residency (Internal Medicine): Columbia University – College of Physicians and Surgeons
• fellowship (gastroenterology & advanced therapeutic endoscopy): University of Miami School of Medicine
An expert in C difficile infection and fecal transplantation, diverticular disease and H pylori, Dr. Stollman has published his work in journals such as Lancet, Gastroenterology, the American Journal of Gastroenterology, and Gastrointestinal Endoscopy.
He has served on the American Gastroenterological Association Research and Clinical Guidelines Committees, the American College of Gastroenterology Educational Affairs, Patient Care, and Credentialing Committees and the Editorial Advisory Board of Gastrointestinal Endoscopy.
Dr. Stollman is also a Fellow of the American Gastroenterological Association (AGA) and the American College of Gastroenterology (ACG). He is currently the Chairman of the ACG Board of Governors.
He is currently an Associate Clinical Professor of Medicine at UCSF, Chief of the Division of Gastroenterology at Alta Bates Summit Medical Center in Oakland, and prior Chief of Gastroenterology at the Miami VA Medical Center and San Francisco General Hospital.
PAUL FEUERSTADT, MD, FACG, AGAF
• medical degree: Weill Medical College of Cornell University
• residency: New York Presbyterian Hospital
• fellowship: Montefiore Medical Center-Albert Einstein College of Medicine
Throughout Dr. Feuerstadt’s career he has been involved in research and other academic pursuits. His research focuses include fecal microbiota transplantation, Clostridioides difficile infection, irritable bowel syndrome and ischemic bowel disorders. He has presented his research extensively and has authored and co-authored many manuscripts and textbook chapters.
Another passion of Dr. Feuerstadt’s is teaching, frequently giving lectures locally, regionally, nationally and internationally and mentoring the fellows in the Division of Digestive Disease at Yale-New Haven Hospital where he is an Assistant Clinical Professor of Medicine.
We are honored to have Dr. Feuerstadt speaking on “Challenges Around Clinical Trials in C.difficile” at the Malibu Microbiome Meeting on March 28-29, 2020