27 Mar 2014

Participants sought: The role of wheat gluten in causing gastrointestinal symptoms and changes to mental health

Volunteers are required to investigate the role of wheat gluten in causing gastrointestinal symptoms and changes in mental health in people who do not have coeliac disease.  
We are looking for participants who:
  • Have found that following a gluten-free diet has relieved their gut symptoms
  • Have found that following a gluten free diet makes them feel better
  • Have had coeliac disease ruled out
  • Have currently well-controlled symptoms
  • Are adherent to a strict gluten-free diet
You may be suitable to take part in this research conducted by the Department of Gasteroenterology if you:
  • Are aged 18 years or over
  • Do not have any other gastrointestinal disease (e.g. Coeliac disease, Crohns disease, Ulcerative Colitis)
  • Are living in or around Melbourne, Australia

Contact

To participate or to find out more information please contact Ms Simone Peters:
NOTE: Enrolment for this study will begin in April/May 2014. We are currently seeking expressions of interest.

Ethics Approval

Alfred Ethics Committee (HREC) project number: 232/12
Visit CCS Gastroenterology Research studies and Clinical trials page for more research studies
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