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Improving the diagnosis of patients with Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD).
Aim of project
The aim of the project is to improve the diagnosis of inflammatory bowel disease (IBD). This project is a part of the Nordic study, NORDTREAT, that aims to identify biomarkers for discriminating between individuals diagnosed with IBD and those without (non-IBD) among individuals referred for suspicion of IBD. Patients are recruited from 4 Nordic countries. In Denmark, patients will be recruited from Odense-Svendborg University Hospital and at the University Hospital of Southern Jutland, Aabenraa. The student will participate in the inclusion of patients in Aabenraa and writing of manuscript(s). In addition, the student will be offered to conduct a register-based study investigating the course of individuals referred for suspicion on IBD.
IBD is a disease entity of unknown origin, characterized by chronic inflammation in the gastrointestinal tract. IBD is increasing, especially among teenagers, and today 0.5-1% of the Nordic population is affected. IBD has severe consequences for many of the affected individuals, including life-long medication, hospitalizations, recurring sick-leaves, and surgical interventions. Diagnosis is difficult which often lead to a delay in diagnosis during which time the disease process is progressing.
The research team
You will become a member of a small, ambitious research team with various backgrounds (molecular biology, doctor, health research candidate). You will be in close contact with other candidates and Ph.D. students. More information may be found at portal.findresearcher.sdu.dk/da/persons/vandersen.
As a part of the team you will be involved in writing the protocol and applying for the economy (next deadline for research year application is 15.04.2020).
More information about Research Year: sdu.dk/en/forskning/phd/phd_skoler/phdskolensundhedsvidenskab/undergraduate/how_to_apply.
Medical students and students in Science of public health with interest in clinical research are preferred. You need to speak Danish due to patient contact and collaboration with the clinical departments.
The study will be performed at University Hospital of Southern Denmark, 6200 Aabenraa.
Signe Bek Sørensen
Please mark emails “NORDTREAT studerende”.
Alexander er medicinstuderende på 10. semester og har været forskningsaktiv på Hjerte-, Lunge-, Karkirurgisk afdeling, Aarhus Universitetshospital siden april 2016.
Han har været medlem af SMS siden 2017.