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The research involvement and interests of Elizabeth Rajan, M.D., include device and technology innovation in the field of gastrointestinal (GI) endoscopy. Dr. Rajan's focus is to identify gaps and deficiencies in current endoscopic practice, develop novel endoscopic devices and techniques, and implement her findings into clinical practice.
Additional research conducted by Dr. Rajan involves diagnosis and management of small bowel bleeding.
Device and technology innovation play a crucial role in transforming care. The goal of Dr. Rajan's research is to develop unique tools to improve patient quality of life. New and disruptive innovations can advance the diagnosis and management of diseases such as colorectal cancer and gastroparesis.
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