G.I. Research News

Gut Microbiome Composition is associated with future onset of Crohn’s Disease in Healthy First-Degree Relatives
New results from The CCC GEM Project Research Consortium: https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0016508523008053 + read more
Exploring the transition from pediatric to adult health care in Nova Scotia – The results are in!
Through this research study we sought understand the experiences of patients and their caregivers through the transition from pediatric to adult care. Participants in this study were diagnosed with, or were caregivers for patients, with one of three conditions: Inflammatory Bowel Disease Diabetes Juvenile... + read more
Watch the video to learn about the IMAGINE Network studies that are exploring the interactions between inflammation, the gut microbiome, diet and mental health in people with inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) and irritable bowel syndrome (IBS). Experts also discuss emerging therapies for Crohn's and... + read more
Competition Winner: Pediatric IBD Top 10 Research Priorities Video
We have great news from our Patient Engagement Committee! Using funding from the Nova Scotia Health Research Foundation they have created a 5 minute video about patient, caregiver and clinician priority setting partnership's work to identify the 10 ten shared research... + read more
2017 Pediatric Inflammatory Bowel Disease Priority Setting Partnership
#IBDTop10 Reveal: 10. What is the optimal approach to diagnosis (education, psychological support, diagnostic tests) in pediatric patients with IBD? 9. What is the impact of access to psychological/mental health support in the management of pediatric IBD? 8. How does an early diagnosis of IBD... + read more