Call for research participants for Noisy Guts project
28 September | 2 MINS
The Noisy Guts Project are developing methods to non-invasively diagnose gut disorders. Whilst originally using acoustic technology, the team have now pivoted to combining a machine learning approach with online surveys to develop a digital diagnostic tool with greater accuracy. Their aim is faster and more effective diagnoses for chronic gut disorders.
The team are currently recruiting Australian volunteers with healthy guts or a diagnosis of IBS to help develop a digital diagnostic device for gut conditions. There is no need to attend the Centre, you can help with this research by completing a survey from the comfort of your own home.
The project is seeking people who are:
• aged 18-65 years
• have healthy guts or
• have been diagnosed with IBS and had a colonoscopy in the last 10 years