Modulating gastrointestinal function for control of diabetes [ 2014 - 2017 ]

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Researchers: Prof Christopher Rayner (Principal investigator) ,  Prof Michael Horowitz Prof Karen Jones

Brief description It is now recognized that gastrointestinal function, particularly the rate that meals empty from the stomach, and the secretion of hormones from the small intestine in response to nutrients, is fundamental to blood glucose control in people with diabetes. This project seeks to understand how these processes can best be modified by dietary or pharmaceutical means to improve blood glucose control and thereby prevent complications in type 2 diabetes

Funding Amount $AUD 883,469.46

Funding Scheme Project Grants

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