Home DNA tests that will give information on family history and individual human biome.
A microbiome company that is using genetic discoveries to develop treatments for chronic diseases, like type 2 diabetes.
Creating new treatments made from the bacteria that normally live in our GUT ecosystem.
A multidisciplinary care team (including gastroenterologists, nurse practitioners, nutritionists, mental health professionals, health coaches and care coordinators) to help people dealing with GUT disorders.
A not-for-profit stool bank, supporting safe fecal transplants and collaborative research into the human microbiome.
An app to help people improve their GUT health, food diaries, personalised programs and access to dietetians.
A small bowel capsule endoscope system that takes 360 degree of the small bowel.
A hand-held breath analysis device that helps people understand what are the best foods for them to eat.
Using artificial intelligence and virtual reality to transform medical learning and development.
A large FODMAP food database created by Monash University, helping people manage their irritable bowel syndrome.
A clinic specialising in the treatments of FMT for people with chronic GUT related diseases such as ulcerative colitis and C diff infection.
An app listing over 800 ingredients used in Australian and New Zealand, and whether they are safe for people on a gluten free diet.
A cheap, small, non invasive and easy to use device, able to provide accurate data for gastroenterologists.
A swallowable capsule, that can measure gases in the GUT. Cheap, small, non invasive and able to provide accurate data.
A company making ‘smart’ ostomy bags that alerts the users when they need to be changed. They also offer peer support, telehealth and coaching.
The world’s first swallowable stomach balloon device designed to provide low cost, safe, permanent, non-operative, weight loss assistance.