Guts UK/BSPGHAN collaboration

Research projects jointly funded by the Guts UK/BSPGHAN collaboration

Dr Paul Henderson (current)The PINPOINT study -The Prospective Incidence of Paediatric-Onset Inflammatory bowel disease in the United KingdomUniversity of Edinburgh
Prof Matthias Zilbauer (current)Stratification of inflammatory bowel disease treatment in children using human intestinal organoid derived epigenetic signatures University of Cambridge
Professor Sarah Ennis
Metabolo-genomic interactions in paediatric Crohn’s Disease (CD)University Hospital Southampton
Professor Chris Probert
Characterization of the gut mycobiome in an inception cohort of paediatric inflammatory bowel disease patientsUniversity of Liverpool
Professor David Wilson (previous)Health informatics research in paediatric gastroenterology: nationwide data-linkage exploration of perinatal risk factors for and consequences of paediatric-onset Inflammatory Bowel DiseaseUniversity of Edinburgh
Dr Emer Fitzpatrick (previous)LiverMultiScanTM for the assessment of graft fibrosis in children post-liver transplantKing’s College London
Dr Gordon Moran
Anabolic resistance and abnormal muscle function across the nutritional spectrum: a pilot study in Crohn’s diseaseUniversity of Nottingham
Professor Anil Dhawan (previous)Body compositi on and metabolic profile of children with end stage liver disease before and after liver transplant; relations with outcome and cell energy controlling metabolic pathwaysKing’s College Hospital
Prof Nedim Hadzic (previous)Genetic association studies in chronic liver disease and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease secondary to PiZ alpha-1-antitrypsin deficiencyKing's College Hospital
Professor Deirdre Kelly (previous)An exploration of perceptions and views of the key stakeholders about what constitutes successful transition for young people with liver transplants.Birmingham Children's Hospital
Professor Ian Sanderson (previous)Treatment of Iron Deficiency Anaemia in Adolescents with Inflammatory Bowel Disease: Tolerance and Effects on Haemoglobin, Disease Activity, Mood, Quality of Life and Autonomic Nervous System Activity.Barts and The London/QMUL