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The research of Alan R. Zinsmeister, Ph.D., involves development and application of data analysis methods relevant in biomedical research, specifically in the areas of gastroenterology, medical resource utilization, diabetes and laboratory experimentation.
Adequate treatments for functional gastrointestinal disorders are lacking, so investigation of potential treatment modalities and diagnostic methods to identify etiologies are important to improving patient care.
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