Both of the following studies are at Monash University in Victoria, Australia, which originally developed the low-FODMAP approach to managing IBS. All available details can be found on the Monash gastroenterology clinical trials pages. For further information, please contact the listed individuals directly.
“Is Combining 2 Clinically Effective Therapies of Hypnotherapy and Diet More Effective For IBS Sufferers Than Either On Its Own?”
To participate or to find out more information please contact Ms. Simone Peters ph +61 3 9903 0262 or email@example.com
“Effects of Carbohydrates of Differing Molecular Size on IBS-D”
For individuals with diarrhoea-predominant IBS who have good symptom control on a low FODMAP diet.
If you have any queries or are interested in participating, please contact Ms Frances Burns: Ph: +61 3 9903 0396 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Previous posts on open clinical trials for IBS can be found by clicking the clinical trials category in the blog archives on the upper right sidebar of this blog. We also have a page for IBS studies on the main IBS Impact site. The research and links pages and the July 26, 2011 post provide additional general resources.
We welcome researchers affiliated with academic, medical or pharmaceutical entities, or reputable organizations representing IBS or related or commonly overlapping conditions, to contact us directly with additional studies they wish to be considered for posting. Contact links for the founder/listowner and the webmaster can be found on the home page of the main IBS Impact website.
IBS Impact makes these study announcements available for general information, and encourages its members and site visitors to make their own individual, informed choices about their potential participation in any study. IBS Impact, as an entity, is not directly affiliated with any research sponsor and receives no funding from any source for studies or links we feature on this blog, the main site or social media.