This podcast provides busy clinicians with quick updates that directly affect their GI practices. Through interviews and candid conversations, Gut Talk explores how health policy, social media, technology, nutrition, practice management and research impact the field of Gastroenterology. Most importantly, the show also features interviews with patients to add a unique perspective on the topics that matter.
Curiosity and Persistence: The Discovery of H. pylori with Dr. Barry Marshall
In this podcast episode, we interview Barry Marshall, AC, FRACP, FRS, FAA, the legendary Nobel Laureate who discovered that peptic ulcer disease was caused by the bacteria Helicobacter pylori, not excess acid. His research has saved countless lives, as untreated ulcer disease can lead to gastric cancer. We discuss numerous facets of his life and his pioneering work.
Peter Gibson, MD: Nutrition, Innovation and Entrepreneurship
In this episode, Peter Gibson, MD, discusses the advent of FODMAPs, the importance of integrated care and preventive medicine, and how his research led to the development of a widely popular medical app.
Health Policy with Congresswoman Dingell (D-Mich.)
In this episode, we spoke with Congresswoman Debbie Dingell (D-Mich.) about her history in politics and her passion for advocating for health issues, as well as her thoughts on COVID-19 and how health care providers can effect change by engaging with their representatives.
Non-traditional Careers in Medicine with Tachi Yamada, MD
In this episode, we spoke with one of the luminaries of gastroenterology, Tachi Yamada, MD, about the guiding principles that led him through his GI career, the art of embracing change and what he learned about global health from working at the Gates Foundation.
COVID-19 GI Updates
In this episode, we talk to ACG presidents Mark Pochapin, MD, of NYU Langone, and David Greenwald, MD, of Mount Sinai, about the latest updates in COVID-19 for the gastroenterologist.
You Did Not Match
In this Match Day episode, I speak with Justin Brandler, MD, first-year gastroenterology fellow at University of Michigan, about failure, the GI match and cultural shifts in the fellowship process.