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A multidisciplinary team of principal investigators coordinate research in the Enteric Neuroscience Program at Mayo Clinic to improve care for patients with gastrointestinal diseases and disorders. The program's research drives advances in gastrointestinal physiology, gut microbiome, gastrointestinal mechanotransduction, gastrointestinal barrier function, the gastrointestinal neuromuscular system and enteric neurobiology.
The Enteric Neuroscience Program at Mayo Clinic studies the mechanisms of gastrointestinal function in health and disease to develop new treatments for gastrointestinal conditions.
Labs in the program study gastrointestinal physiology, gut microbiome, gastrointestinal mechanotransduction, gastrointestinal barrier function, the gastrointestinal neuromuscular system and enteric neurobiology.
Gastroenterology research in the Enteric Neuroscience Program is translated into comprehensive evaluation and treatment at Mayo Clinic's campuses in Arizona, Florida and Minnesota.
Contact the Enteric Neuroscience Program at Mayo Clinic with inquiries about research on gastrointestinal function in health and disease, collaboration opportunities, clinical trials, and more.
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