Cancérologie digestive, Le Figaro du 11/06/2018 (auteur : Martine Lochoaurn) Article complet sur Le Figaro

 


Participation à la "semaine du cerveau" du 12/03/2018 au 16/03/2018 organisation d'une expo photo : Notre ventre dévoilé;
IMAD du CHU de Nantes (2ème étage Rotonde Hotel Dieu).
Les visiteurs voyagent à l'intérieur du tube digestif pour mieux comprendre le fonctionnement de cet organe essentiel à la vie et à notre alimentation. Des photos originales, étonnantes et souvent artistiques vous amènent au plus près de la paroi de notre tube digestif.

 

Avant l'opération "estomac géant" du 18 et 19 juin, Ouest France est revenu sur l'importance de sensibiliser le public sur le cancer gastrique et sa détection précoce.

CHU de Nantes vu de la Loire

The Institute of Digestive Diseases (IMAD) located at Nantes University Hospital, is an alliance of care, research and teaching forces specialising in liver and digestive diseases. The Institute of Digestive Diseases (IMAD) brings together over 300 people, clinicians (gastroenterologists and hepatologists), digestive surgeons specialising in adults and children, healthcare personnel, researchers, laboratory personnel, lecturers and students, who collaborate around the same objective: to advance the management of liver and digestive diseases for the patients.

A triple mission

In response to the expectations of patients and their clinicians, the Institute of Digestive Diseases (IMAD) is based on a triple mission:
• promote a complete range of CARE for all digestive and liver diseases;
• promote the advancement of knowledge through original RESEARCH programs;
• promote quality professionalizing TRAINING.


The Institute of Digestive Diseases (IMAD) was created in 2005, and has been increasingly active ever since. It fosters yearly events for specialized and public audience (find more in the EVENT section). Representatives of the Institute are present in national and international congresses, and clinicians and researchers are recognized experts in the following fields and collaborate with (find more in the RESEARCH section)
Selected expertise of the Institute :

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History

The Institute of Digestive Diseases (IMAD), since 2008, has been accompanied in its missions by the SANTEDIGE foundation. The Foundation is gathering industrial companies from different areas (nutrition, diagnostic device, pharmaceutical companies, and other) sharing common values and the importance of bringing clinicians and researchers together to accelerate medical progress. Through its financial support, the SANTEDIGE Foundation contributes to the set up of innovative research projects, educational events, student exchange programmes, and patient’s training