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Bowel Sounds Ep. 15: Binita Kamath – Alagille Syndrome

In this episode of Bowel Sounds, host Dr. Peter Lu and Dr. Jason Silverman talk to Dr. Binita Kamath about Alagille Syndrome and its place in the differential and workup of cholestatic liver disease, including the role of molecular diagnostics in diagnosis, management and family counselling. We discuss her important work in the area of frailty in pediatric liver transplant patients. We also discuss the importance of trainee mentorship in her career, and advice on defining your academic identity. 
 
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Produced by: Jason Silverman

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