• Research Blog

    This blog has been compiled by 5 trainee paediatric gastroenterologists who are all actively involved in research into paediatric inflammatory bowel disease:

    • Dr Fiona Cameron, University of Edinburgh (CICRA fellow)
    • Dr Ed Giles, Queen Mary University of London (CICRA fellow)
    • Dr Richard Hansen, University of Aberdeen
    • Dr Paul Henderson, University of Edinburgh
    • Dr Tony Wiskin, University of Southampton (ex-CICRA fellow)

    Links are provided to the free abstracts of each article, but full access may require a fee for those without institutional privileges.

    Latest Blog

    16.01.14 Back to Medical Stool?

    This study by Kunde et al in JPGN was a pilot study of “faecal (poo) transplanation” for children with ulcerative colitis (UC). This is a potential treatment that has gained an increasing amount of interest within the IBD research community. Changes in the intestinal microbiota (discussed several times on this blog) have been linked in [...]

    08.07.13
    Antibiotics may increase the risk of children developing IBD
    27.05.13
    Ciclosporin and infliximab appear equally effective in most severe form of UC
    21.04.13
    Good bug might not be good after all in Crohn’s disease
    24.02.13
    5-ASA drugs effective in mild to moderate Ulcerative Colitis
    25.11.12
    Controlling inflammation in the gut – not all T cells are created equal
    19.09.12
    1/2 of children may lose response to infliximab or adalimumab after 5 years
    04.07.12
    Numbers of new childhood IBD cases on the up…
    25.04.12
    Oral Bacteria Differences in Crohns and UC
    01.04.12
    More than genes? It’s all down to expression