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Dr. Grover's lab uses state-of-the-art techniques to characterize sensory, motor and barrier function in study volunteers.
The Gastrointestinal Barrier Function Lab at Mayo Clinic studies the mechanisms of irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) and other gastrointestinal disorders and tests new therapeutic targets.
Expert faculty and staff in Dr. Grover's lab conduct clinical trials and basic science research on postinfectious IBS, gastroparesis, measurement of intestinal permeability and more.
An international research team with a broad range of training and experience guides and supports gastrointestinal health research and clinical trials in the Gastrointestinal Barrier Function Lab.
Research fellows and postdoctorates, visiting medical students, research trainees, and Summer Undergraduate Research Fellows have received training in Dr. Grover's lab.
Career opportunities in patient-oriented research related to functional gastroenterology and motility disorders are available in the Gastrointestinal Barrier Function Lab at Mayo Clinic.
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