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Clinical trials are used to understand disease mechanisms and evaluate novel or current treatment options for digestive diseases. Clinical trials currently recruiting in Digestive Diseases include:

 

Clinical research studies

Full titleCIincal Investigator/Principal InvestigatorStatus
The role of ultrasound shear wave elastography in the management of liver disease Professor Simon Taylor-Robinson/Dr Sabastiana Atzori In recruitment
Examining the role of gut mucosal integrity and bacterial translocation in the development and progression of Non-Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease (NAFLD) in HIV Professor Mark Thursz/Dr James Maurice In recruitment
NACAH – The mechanisms of action of N-acetylcysteine for reducing the risk of infection in alcoholic hepatitis Professor Mark Thursz/Dr Nikhil Vergis In recruitment
LLT-1 - The role of LLT-1 in immune evasion and hepatocellular carcinoma  Professor Mark Thursz/Dr Naveenta Kumar In recruitment
Study of the contribution of bile salt hydrolases to the pathogenesis of recurrent c.difficile infection, and the impact of intestinal microbiome transplantation (IMT) Professor Mark Thursz/Dr Ben Mullish In recruitment
The Hepatology and Gastroenterology Biobank (IHGB) Professor Mark Thursz In recruitment
Mechanisms of the regulation of intestinal bile salt absorption and diarrhoea Professor Julian Walters In recruitment
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