Gastroenterology & Hepatology

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Patrick Sanvanson, MD
Assistant Professor
Doctor of Medicine (MD)
Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI, 2008
Residency
Internal Medicine, Washington University in St. Louis/Barnes-jewish Hospital, St. Louis, MO, 2011
Fellowship
Gastroenterology, Medical College of Wisconsin Affiliated Hospitals, 2014


 
 Clinical Interests & Patient Appointments

 

 

PUBLICATIONS (To view complete Curriculum Vitae, click here)

  1. Sanvanson, P., Kounev, V., Mei, L., Li, R., Hyde, J., Medda, B., Shaker, R. Esophageal acid induced brain functional connectivity changes are vagally mediated. Abstract/Poster presented at: Digestive Disease Week 2013 Orlando, FL.
     
  2. Mei, L., Kounev, V., Sanvanson, P., Li, R., Li, S., Medda, B., Shaker, R. Effect of vagotomy on cortical fMRI activity induced by esophageal acid stimulation in rats: Further validation of the model.  Abstract/Poster presented at: Digestive Disease Week 2013 Orlando, FL.
     
  3. Sharma, T., Babaei, A., DeMara-Hoth, M., Mei, L., Sanvanson, P., Kern, M., Jiao, H., Shaker, R. Effect of neck positions, bolus volume and body posture on High Resolution Pharyngo- UES manometry.  Abstract/Poster presented at: Digestive Disease Week 2013 Orlando, FL.
     
  4. Sanvanson, P., Kounev, V., Ward, B., Medda, B., Hyde, J., Shaker, R. Characterization of a rodent model for functional MRI studies of esophageal acid related sensory physiology. Abstract/Poster presented at: Digestive Disease Week 2012 San Diego, CA.
     
  5. Kern, M., Kounev, V., Sanvanson, P., Lawal, A., Hofmann, C., Ward, B., Shaker, R. Effect of aging on cortical neural and neurocognitive central processing of rectal mechanosensory signals. Abstract/Oral Presentation at: Digestive Disease Week 2007 Washington, D.C.
     
  6. Kern, M., Kounev, V., Sanvanson, P., Lawal, A., Hofmann, C., Ward, B., Shaker, R. Deterioration of rectal distension-sensitive afferent neural pathways in the elderly: a study of the subliminal viscero-sensory domain by fMRI. Abstract/Oral Presentation at: Digestive Disease Week 2007 Washington, D.C.
     
  7. Sanvanson, P., Shaker, R. Sensitivity of visceral sensory neural circuitry in elderly subjects: a preliminary report. Abstract/Poster presented at: Medical College of Wisconsin Medical Student Summer Research Poster Session September 2005 Milwaukee, WI.
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