Meet the JCC Authors


Meet the JCC Authors: Podcast with Floris de Voogd

Ignacio Catalán-Serra, ECCO News Associate Editor

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Dear ECCO friends and family,

We are delighted to announce the new series of podcast of the Journal of Crohns and Colitis (JCC)! The editorial team of ECCO News is taking over the task to bring you the best articles of JCC in a short and entertaining interview format. The authors will comment on their findings and we will discuss future directions and new areas of research in the topic and in the field of IBD.

In this first episode, we will dive into new applications of intestinal ultrasound in IBD and its potential as non-invasive method with Dr. de Voogd from Amstrerdam UMC from the article entitled: «Intestinal Ultrasound Early on in Treatment Follow-up Predicts Endoscopic Response to Anti-TNFα Treatment in Crohn’s Disease».

Welcome to our new podcast: Meet the JCC Authors !

Posted in Meet the JCC Authors, ECCO News, Volume 17, Issue 3


Meet the JCC Authors: Podcast with Maria Chaparro & Mette Julsgaard

Spyros Siakavellas, ECCO News Associate Editor

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Dear ECCO friends and family,

Please join us for the second episode of our podcast series Meet the JCC Authors!

We are thrilled to have with us two brilliant colleagues: Dr. Maria Chaparro from Hospital Universitario de La Princesa in Madrid, Spain and Dr. Mette Julsgaard from Aarhus University Hospital in Denmark. We will be discussing their recent paper in the Journal of Crohns and Colitis titled: "Surgery due to Inflammatory Bowel Disease During Pregnancy: Mothers and Offspring Outcomes From an ECCO CONFER Multicentre Case Series [Scar Study]". This is a seminal study organized under the auspices of the ECCO CONFER initiative and it really highlights how this collaborative approach can aid in the evaluation and understanding of rare IBD populations and subgroups. So come with us as we take a deep dive with the authors in the evolution of pregnancies and offspring after IBD surgery during pregnancy and hear them explain to us their findings and take home messages from examining the largest series to date of this extremely serious situation.

Enjoy and do not forget to spread the word about our new podcast to your friends and colleagues!

Posted in Meet the JCC Authors, ECCO News, Volume 17, Issue 4