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Digestive Health Monthly - January 2016

Welcome to 2016!

January is National Thank You Month. 2015 was a year of great accomplishments for us and none of them would have been possible without YOU! We are grateful to you for all of your efforts during the past year and look forward to working with you to continue to raise critical awareness for functional GI and motility disorders and support meaningful research in 2016.
Thank you,
Your Friends at IFFGD
Support Digestive Health Research in 2016

As we begin a new year - and the final year of the 114th Congress - it is more important than ever to take a stand for all those suffering with a functional GI or motility disorder. In 2016 we are renewing our commitment to digestive health research and urge you to do the same. Contact your Congressional Representative now and urge him or her to
Cosponsor Bill HR 2311.   
Stress & Functional GI Disorders 

People often think of stress as solely an emotional response. But, stress has many aspects and includes responses of the body to any demand - physical and emotional. Certain kinds of stress can significantly influence symptoms of functional GI and motility disorders.

Research Corner
Meet Basic Scientist Gary Mawe, MD 

Dr. Mawe is a Professor of Anatomy and Neurobiology at the University of Vermont in Burlington. His research interests include the understanding of interactions between intestinal nerves and the neurotransmitter serotonin in the digestive tract.

Dr. Mawe was the recipient of the 2013 IFFGD Research Award for Senior Investigator in Basic Science.

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