Clinical Working Party
December 2023: Gastrointestinal complications in CVID: from pathology to management
Date: Wednesday, 13 December 2023 (17:30 CET/ 16:30 GMT)
Please register in advance of the session here.
Topic: Gastrointestinal complications in CVID: from pathology to management
This session will be hosted by Boris Karanović (Chair of the ESID PID Care in Development Working Party) and Klaus Warnatz (Department of Rheumatology and Clinical Immunology at the University of Freiburg, Germany).
During this session of the Grand Rounds, we will explore the topic, "Gastrointestinal complications in CVID: from pathology to management."
The programme for this session is as follows:
- Boris Karanović - presentation of a difficult to treat clinical case of CVID enteropathy.
- Klaus Warnatz - Interferon-driven immune dysregulation and Norovirus infection in CVID.
- Helen Leavis: Microbial dysbiosis in CVID.
- Silje Fjellgård Jørgensen: Metabolic disturbances in CVID: potential relationship to inflammation and gut microbiota.
- Georgia Malamut: Differences and similarities between celiac, autoimmune and CVID related enteropathy.
- Discussion and Q&A.
Dr. Boris Karanovic (moderator)
Clinical Immunologist at the University Hospital Centre Zagreb in Croatia and Chair of the ESID PID Care in Development Working Party
Prof. Dr. Klaus Warnatz (moderator)
Group leader of the Research Group "Human B-cell immunodeficiency” and Senior Consultant at the Centre for Chronic Immunodeficiency, Medical Centre at the University of Freiburg (Germany)
Prof. Helen Leavis (speaker)
Program Lead Clinical Immunology at UMC Utrecht (the Netherlands)
Dr. Silje Fjellgård Jørgensen (speaker)
Senior Consultant at Section of Clinical Immunology and Infectious Diseases and a Researcher at the Research Institute of Internal Medicine at Oslo University Hospital Rikshospitalet Oslo (Norway).
Prof. Georgia Malamut (speaker)
Professor in the Gastroenterology department of Hôpital Cochin at AP-HP, Centre- Université Paris Cité and researcher at Imagine Institute, Paris (France).
The 2023 ESID Grand Rounds are supported by the Barcelona PID foundation:
"The Barcelona PID Foundation is a non-profit organization founded in 2014 by patients and healthcare professionals. We work to provide support and resources to patients with PID and their
families, to increase awareness of these rare diseases among non-immunologists and the general public, and to promote high-quality research in this field."