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

Columbia University participates in: the Digestive Disease Week 2022, San Diego


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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
 
 
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
 
 
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
 
 
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
 
 
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
Jul
13
Rebecca Haeusler
Rebecca Haeusler, PhD, Columbia University
“Modeling human biology better using mice with humanized bile acid composition”
Jul
28
Hiroshi Nakagawa and Kelley Yan
Organoid and Cell Culture Core Seminar, Hiroshi Nakagawa, PhD and Kelley Yan, MD
“Update on OCCC activities and recently developed models including Cas9-transgenic organoids&#...
Aug
4
Elizabeth Verna and Julian Abrams
Clinical Biospecimen and Research Core Seminar, Julian Abrams, MD and Elizabeth Verna, MD
“Update on CBRC activities, clinical-basic groups and biospecimens” (delayed to late sum...