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The Department of Gastroenterology is internationally recognised for its high-impact research and clinical expertise across gastroenterology and intestinal health, including the invention of the Low FODMAP Diet.
We're part of the Central Clinical School.
Our expertise in gastroenterology and intestinal health spans specialist areas including nutrition, chronic liver and bowel disease, viral hepatitis and endoscopy.
Considering an honours or graduate research project? You'll be mentored by prominent scientists and benefit from our strong clinical connections.
Our renowned Low FODMAP and high fibre, high prebiotic diets were developed over years of rigorous research. From menu plans and recipes to apps and advice, we have you covered.
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Level 6, Alfred Centre
99 Commercial Road
Melbourne VIC 3004
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T: +61 3 9903 4840
The AGA last year recommended against the use of probiotics for most digestive conditions, including IBS. Despite t… https://t.co/18Tnn3ddWM
RT @ANGMA_AU: Thanks Peter Gibson for enlightening us on personalising FODMAP diet strategies for Irritable Bowel Syndrome and managing the…
RT @CCSMonash: #Low_FODMAP diet appears to work for upper and lower GI symptoms @MonashFODMAP @thelimbicgastro https://t.co/Ti1fISZnWt
Recent review concludes that the #lowFODMAP diet is efficacious in #IBS - but highlights the need for a multimodal… https://t.co/r6blvkfa3b