The Brain-Gut Connection and its Role in IBD Management
The McGill IBD Research Group and the Montreal General Hospital Foundation are pleased to host an IBD educational session on the Brain-Gut Connection.
Dr. Kimberly Carrière, clinical psychologist at the MUHC IBD Centre at the Montreal General Hospital, will discuss the brain-gut connection and how that plays a role in IBD management.
Dr. Peter Lakatos, Professor of Medicine and Director of the IBD Centre at the McGill University Health Centre (MUHC), will introduce the session and moderate the discussion.
The session is free and can be viewed via Zoom. A link will be emailed to you the day of the event.
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Dr. Kimberly Carrière is a clinical psychologist at the MGH IBD center who specializes in the gut-brain connection and its implications in digestive disorders. Her work is multidisciplinary in nature and is informed by a biopsychosocial model of care. Dr. Carrière’s primary interest lies in better understanding the influence of traumatic experiences on the exacerbation of IBD symptoms and its ongoing management.