CIPO children and the 100k Genomes Project

Funded by our partner the Pseudo Obstruction Research Trust, this project aims to gather vital genetic data for research.Read more

Constipation in IBS

This study will examine the effect of an IBS therapy to understand its mechanism to treat pain without side effects of constipation.Read more

Immune responses in Crohn's disease

This study is looking for the key genes involved in driving the response of the immune system in Crohn's disease.Read more

Tissue engineering for Ulcerative Colitis

Can healthy tissue be engineered to replace that damaged by Ulcerative Colitis?Read more

Nutrient sensing and obesity

Our new PhD seeks to understand how nutrient sensing changes at a molecular level in obese humans.Read more

Relationship between IBS and EDS

Our new PhD aims to establish the relationship between IBS and EDS in order to improve care.Read more

Cell therapies for Hirschprung's

Our new PhD aims to improve treatments for babies born with Hirschprung's, a rare but life threatening bowel condition.Read more

Early detection of anastomosis leak

When bowel is rejoined after surgery, in 1 in 10 cases it doesn't heal properly and a leak happens in the body.Read more

Tackling obesity and type II diabetes

Obesity is a growing public health problem in developed countries. Can we find ways to suppress appetite without need for surgery?Read more

Stem cell transplantation in Crohn's disease

Stem cell transplantation has been shown to provide benefits for patients but can have serious side effects. Can we predict who will do well?Read more

Treating pain in Ulcerative Colitis

Our PhD student Michael Tranter is using insights from our Crohn's pain project to investigate better treatment for pain in Ulcerative ColitisRead more

Treating pain in Crohn's disease

This study is pinpointing the pain sensing nerves in the bowel to find better pain relief treatments for Crohn's patients.Read more

IBS School

Our PhD student, Valentina Passananti, is supporting people with IBS to find effective ways to self manage their condition.Read more

Diagnosing bile acid malabsorption

Often individuals with a condition called Bile Acid Malabsorption are mistakenly diagnosed with IBS or Inflammatory Bowel Disease.Read more

What is normal bowel function?

We need healthy volunteers for this study which will define the range for normal bowel function.Read more