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The Columbia University Digestive and Liver Diseases Research Center (CU-DLDRC) promotes collaborative and multidisciplinary research in digestive and liver diseases, integrating expertise in clinical and basic gastroenterology and hepatology with state-of-the-art computational bioinformatics.

We support collaboration among different specialties and backgrounds and promote innovative and creative research approaches. We unite investigators with interests in digestive, liver, and pancreatic physiology and disease in the exploration of creative experimental approaches.
Columbia University
Digestive and Liver Diseases Research Center
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The Columbia University Digestive and Liver Diseases Research Center (CU-DLDRC) promotes collaborative and multidisciplinary research in digestive and liver diseases, integrating expertise in clinical and basic gastroenterology and hepatology with state-of-the-art computational bioinformatics.

We support collaboration among different specialties and backgrounds and promote innovative and creative research approaches. We unite investigators with interests in digestive, liver, and pancreatic physiology and disease in the exploration of creative experimental approaches.
Columbia University
Digestive and Liver Diseases Research Center
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The Columbia University Digestive and Liver Diseases Research Center (CU-DLDRC) promotes collaborative and multidisciplinary research in digestive and liver diseases, integrating expertise in clinical and basic gastroenterology and hepatology with state-of-the-art computational bioinformatics.

We support collaboration among different specialties and backgrounds and promote innovative and creative research approaches. We unite investigators with interests in digestive, liver, and pancreatic physiology and disease in the exploration of creative experimental approaches.
Columbia University
Digestive and Liver Diseases Research Center
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We love digestive research. We enjoy working in teams. We embrace diversity. Together we will achieve more.
Columbia University
Digestive and Liver Diseases Research Center
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The Columbia University Digestive and Liver Diseases Research Center (CU-DLDRC) promotes collaborative and multidisciplinary research in digestive and liver diseases, integrating expertise in clinical and basic gastroenterology and hepatology with state-of-the-art computational bioinformatics.

We support collaboration among different specialties and backgrounds and promote innovative and creative research approaches. We unite investigators with interests in digestive, liver, and pancreatic physiology and disease in the exploration of creative experimental approaches.
Columbia University
Digestive and Liver Diseases Research Center
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The Columbia University Digestive and Liver Diseases Research Center (CU-DLDRC) promotes collaborative and multidisciplinary research in digestive and liver diseases, integrating expertise in clinical and basic gastroenterology and hepatology with state-of-the-art computational bioinformatics.

We support collaboration among different specialties and backgrounds and promote innovative and creative research approaches. We unite investigators with interests in digestive, liver, and pancreatic physiology and disease in the exploration of creative experimental approaches.
Columbia University
Digestive and Liver Diseases Research Center
Sep
29
John-Cryan
John Cryan, PhD University College Cork, Ireland
The Microbiota-Gut-Brain Axis Moderator: Kara Gross-Margolis
Oct
13
Michael Karin
Michael Karin, PhD, University of California at San Diego
Inflammation fueling fat: Implications for lipogenesis and NAFLD Moderator: Robert Schwabe  
Oct
20
Wayne Lencer
Wayne Lencer, MD Boston Children’s Hospital
Ion transporters as regulators of the intestinal epithelial barrier