Gastroenterology and Hepatology

The TRI has a strong research program into gastrointestinal and liver disease in collaboration with clinicians at the Princess Alexandra Hospital and other partners such as the Mater Medical Research Institute/Mater Hospital.

This research program brings together researchers, scientists and clinicians to better understand the pathophysiology of a range of gastrointestinal and liver diseases aiming to prevent or more effectively treat highly prevalent disorders of the digestive tract. 

Find out more about these research programs below, which are being undertaken in collaboration with associated investigators from the Princess Alexandra Hospital and other partners such as the Mater Medical Research Institute/Mater Hospital. 

Key Researchers
Graeme Macdonald
Gerald Holtmann
Ingrid Joy Hickman
Mark Morrison
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Gastrointestinal Disease
Liver Disease
Microbial Biology and Metagenomics
Gut reaction linked to type 1 diabetes Source: UQ News, 13 August 2018 Understanding the link between diabetes and the gut could lead to the development of new therapies to delay the onset of type 1...Read more
2018 ASMR Queensland Health & Medical Research Awards are now open The Australian Society for Medical Research (ASMR) have opened the 2018 Queensland Health & Medical Research Awards. These...Read more
Kidney Health Week 2018 Kidney Health Week starts from March 5 to 11. It is to raise awareness of kidney disease and Kidney Health® Australia encourages everyone to learn more about the risk...Read more
CONTEMPORARY AND EMERGING APPROACHES FOR THE MANAGEMENT OF FUNCTIONAL GASTROINTESTINAL DISORDERS Department of Gastroenterology & Hepatology at the Princess Alexandra Hospital presents this...Read more
TRANSLATING INNOVATION PROGRAMS Translating Innovation Programs are a collection of related projects based at TRI which involve collaboration across institutes, technologies and disciplines, united...Read more
Microbiome Translating innovation Program We now know that interactions between microorganisms that live on and inside our bodies can interact with our genes, and are affected by the environment we...Read more