Research studies are designed to test the effect of a medication or treatment in a group of volunteers, measure a drug’s ability to treat the medical condition, monitor the drug’s safety, and possible side effects. Trained doctors, nurses and researchers conduct clinical research studies called clinical trials. The study coordinator is in charge of the day-to-day running of the study. The principal investigator (usually a physician) has overall responsibility for carrying out the protocol. Learn more about Clinical Studies.
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|1||IBD||Evaluating an oral investigational drug called filgotinib (JAK1 inhibitor) for people with moderate to severe Crohn’s Disease (DIVERSITY1)||USA||Both Female and Male||1 year|
|2||IBS||A Study of MD-7246 to Treat Abdominal Pain in Patients With Diarrhea-predominant Irritable Bowel Syndrome||USA||Both Female and Male||12 weeks|
|3||IBS||Non-pharmacologic method to treat IBS and functional abdominal pain disorders in female children, teens, and young adults across New York||New York||Female||single 45 minute visit|
|4||IBS||Participate in the design of clinical trial for an IBS pain medication||Online||Both Female and Male||survey|
|5||IBS||Research Study for Children and Teens with IBS with Constipation (IBS-C)||Remote||Both Female and Male||12 weeks|
|6||IBS||IBS Symptoms and Quality of Life||Online||Both Female and Male||survey|
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