For some types of autism, gastrointestinal problems may originate from the same genetic changes that lead to the behavioral and social characteristics of the condition. Tune in to learn research updates and what the latest findings may suggest about potential treatments.

Kara Gross Margolis, MD is a pediatric gastroenterologist whose clinical subspecialty is gastrointestinal problems in children with autism. She completed her fellowship in Pediatric Gastroenterology at Children’s Hospital of Boston, Harvard Medical School in 2007 and has been in practice at Columbia since that time.

 

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Gastrointestinal Issues and Autism Spectrum Disorders: Serotonin as a Potential Brain-Gut Link

November 18th, 2014|Gastrointestinal, Gastrointestinal, Health, Immune Issues, Nutrition, Webinar|

Handouts are online at: http://www.ariconference.com/webinars/margolis.pdf Free certificates of participation are available online following successful completion of a brief knowledge quiz at: https://www.classmarker.com/online-test/login/ Kara Gross Margolis is a pediatric gastroenterologist whose clinical subspecialty

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Cross Talk Between Gut & Brain in ASD: Do they understand each other?

April 23rd, 2014|Gastrointestinal, Gastrointestinal, Health, Immune Issues, Nutrition, Webinar|

Free certificates of participation are available upon successful completion of a learning quiz at: http://www.classmarker.com/online-test/start/?quiz=t665357ea6247811 Published: 04/23/2014 Length: 00:51:05 Dr. Fasano completed his medical training at the University of Naples in Italy,