University of Vermont

Final Fall Community Medical School Features IBS Panel with Mawe, Moses and Harvey-Berino

Gary Mawe, Ph.D.
UVM Professor of Neurological Sciences Gary Mawe, Ph.D., will be one of three panelists discussing "Gut Instincts: Food, Facts and Fiction in Irritable Bowel Disease" at Community Medical School Oct. 9. (Photo: Raj Chawla, UVM Medical Photography)

The truths and myths about irritable bowel disease, the inner-workings of the mind of the gut, and the healthiest and worst food for your gastrointestinal system will be part of the discussion at the final presentation of the Fall 2012 Community Medical School series on Tuesday, October 9, at 6:30 p.m. in Carpenter Auditorium in the Given Building at the University of Vermont College of Medicine.

This panel presentation, titled “Gut Instincts: Food, Facts and Fiction in Irritable Bowel Disease,” features Jean Harvey-Berino, Ph.D., professor and chair of nutrition and food sciences and associate professor of medicine; Gary Mawe, Ph.D., professor of neurological sciences; and Peter Moses, M.D., professor of medicine and gastroenterologist.

Free parking is available onsite. Registration and additional information are available at 802-847-2886 or the Community Medical School website.