Basic Science Research
Committed to an internationally recognized mission of basic science research, the Division of Gastroenterology conducts cutting-edge investigations into the molecular, cellular, and physiological conditions of normal and disease states of the gastrointestinal tract, liver, and pancreas. Advanced training and collaborative research involving faculty, fellows, medical students, and graduate students, expands the base of scientific knowledge required for cures and improved clinical outcomes.
Michigan Gut Peptide Research Center
The Michigan Gut Peptide Research Center aims to provide the physical and intellectual environment conducive to catalyzing collaborative research efforts amongst clinical and basic investigators interested in the role of gut hormones in health and disease.
Cellular Differentiation Program Project
Program Project Grant: Cellular Decisions of Differentiation in the GI Tract
The overall objective of this Cellular Differentiation Program Project grant is to further our understanding of how cells make decisions of identity and differentiation in the stomach and intestine of the gastrointestinal tract.