Blog

10 October 2019

jENS Congress – Maastricht – September 2019

Dr. Minesh Khashu attended the jENS Congress in Maastricht from 17th to 21st September 2019.

He presented on NEC, highlighting the lack of a global definition, as a major barrier, which is preventing improvements in outcomes of NEC.

He also implored the neonatal community to embrace better use of data, analytics and artificial intelligence to improve outcomes for newborns and their families.

Please see video below from the congress. 

Previous blogs

Stem Cell and Probiotic Therapy for NEC
Gail E. Besner, M.D.
H. William Clatworthy Jr., Professor of Surgery
Chief, Department of Pediatric Surgery
Principal Investigator
Center for Perinatal Research
The Research Institute at Nationwide Children’s Hospital, Columbus, Ohio
NEC and the chaotic gut microbiome
Dr Christopher Stewart
Faculty Fellow
Institute of Cellular Medicine
Newcastle University

Probiotics and Evidence-based Medicine

Ravi Mangal Patel, MD, MSc
Associate Professor of Pediatrics
Division of Neonatology
Emory University School of Medicine

Light a candle with us on October 15th

Joanne Ferguson
Jennifer Canvasser
Erin Umberger
Simone Rosito

Our best opportunity to reduce judgement calls

Nigel J Hall MRCPCH FRCS PhD
Associate Professor of Paediatric Surgery
University of Southampton
Consultant Paediatric and Neonatal Surgeon
Southampton Children’s Hospital

Defining NEC: beginning to shed light in a dark room.


Steven McElroy, MD
Associate Professor of Pediatrics – Neonatology
University of Iowa

The Big Little Warriors of Brazil

Simone Rossito
Founder
Instituto Pequenos Grandes Guerreiros

Fighting the phantom menace of necrotizing enterocolitis

David J. Hackam, MD, PhD
Chief of Pediatric Surgery and Surgeon-in-Chief
Johns Hopkins Children’s Center

The NEC Biorepository

Misty Good, MD, MS
Assistant Professor of Pediatrics
St Louis Children’s Hospital

 

Conquering NEC, step by step

Dr Minesh Khashu
Founder
Special Interest Group in Necrotizing Enterocolitis