Digestive Disease Week® (DDW) 2018 is just a little over one week away! With hundreds of sessions spanning an array of topics, it may seem daunting to find the sessions which most interest you. This is why DDW Tracks are so helpful; the tracks were designed to help attendees navigate programming based on selected areas. Take for instance the highlighted track – Functional GI and Motility Disorders. Specific sessions that relate to this track are grouped together and include sessions and posters for each topic. You can also use DDW Tracks in the Mobile App to search for exhibitors who fit your track(s) of choice.

Read below for high-level session details relating to the Functional GI and Motility Disorders Track, and visit the DDW website to learn more about DDW Tracks.

Session Title Session Type Date
Functional Dyspepsia, Nausea and Vomiting Research Forum May 2
Enteric Neurobiology: Cell and Molecular Biology Research Forum May 2
Gastroparesis and Small Intestinal Dysmotility Poster Session May 2
Irritable Bowel Syndrome: Pathophysiology Poster Session May 2
Gut Microbiome, Sensory Mechanisms and Barrier Function Translational Symposium May 3
Using Neuromodulators for Disorders of Brain-Gut Interactions: A Primer for Clinicians Breakfast with the Expert May 3
Irritable Bowel Syndrome: Clinical Research Forum May 3
The Microbiome-Gut-Brain Axis in Health and Disease Poster Session May 3
Functional Dyspepsia Meet-the-Professor Luncheons May 4
Constipation and Other Functional Colonic Syndromes Poster Session May 4
Development of the Enteric Nervous System Poster Session May 4
Neurogastroenterology & Motility (NGM) Section Distinguished Abstract Plenary and Section Business Meeting Distinguished Abstract Plenary May 4
Chronic Diarrhea and IBS: Current Knowledge and Update on Management Strategies Clinical Symposium May 5
Cannabinoids and Neurogastroenterology: A Weed for Occam’s Razor Translational Symposium May 5
Novel Mechanisms and Treatment in Irritable Bowel Syndrome Research Forum May 5
Anorectal Dysmotility Research Forum May 5