• Your Health: Gut Microbiome

    In this Your Health segment, Claire M. Fraser, PhD., director of the Institute for Genome Sciences and professor of medicine at the University of Maryland School of Medicine, discusses the role of microbes in maintaining health.

  • The IBD Patient Experience

    In this video, Raymond Cross, MD, Director of the Inflammatory Bowel Disease Program, answers the following questions: What can you do to improve your health? What should patients expect from treatment? How does research affect treatment? and What sets UMMC apart from other IBD programs?

  • Nutrition and IBD

    In this video, Dr. Sandra Quezada answers questions about nutrition and IBD, including: Did diet cause my IBD? Should I look at changing the foods I eat? and How do I make sure I get all of the vitamins and minerals I need?

  • IBD and Women's Health

    In this 5-minute video, Dr. Seema Patil discusses IBD and Women's Health, answering the following questions: Why are women’s menstrual cycles irregular when they have IBD? How will IBD impact my ability to become pregnant? Can people continue taking their medications through pregnancy? If I have IBD will my child have IBD? and Does IBD put me at a higher risk for osteoporosis/fractures?

  • IBD Infusion Center

    Dora Frank, C.N.R.P., Clinical Coordinator for the Infusion Program in the Division of Gastroenterology and Hepatology, provides an overview of the infusion services offered to patients at the University of Maryland Medical Center.

  • TELE IBD Study

    Inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) specialists at the University of Maryland School of Medicine are recruiting patients for a study to determine whether a smartphone-based telemedicine system decreases disease activity and improves quality of life. 

  • Patient Success Story - Crohn's Disease

    Crohn's disease patient success story.

  • Patient Success Story - Ulcerative Colitis

    Ulcerative colitis patient Bill Barth shares his story about the care he received at UMMC.

  • Your Health: Pancreatitis

    University of Maryland gastroenterologist Dr. Eric Goldberg describes what happens when the pancreas becomes inflamed – a condition called pancreatitis – and explains the differences between acute and chronic forms of the disease.

  • UMMC Physician Profile - Raymond Cross, MD

    Physician profile for Dr. Raymond Cross.

  • UMMC Physician Profile- Seema Patil MD

    Physician profile for Dr. Seema Patil.