Rocco Ricciardi

Mid-career Tenured Researcher, Mass General Brigham

2 active projects

Duplicate of Colorectal

Hypothesis - Female sex is associated with higher frequency of stricturing disease and bowel dysfunction in diverticulitis

Scientific Questions Being Studied

Hypothesis - Female sex is associated with higher frequency of stricturing disease and bowel dysfunction in diverticulitis

Project Purpose(s)

  • Disease Focused Research (diverticulitis)

Scientific Approaches

I will develop a cohort of patients with dx of diverticulitis and determine bowel function complications related to sex.

Anticipated Findings

I anticipate substantial differences in bowel dysfunction for patients with diverticulitis related to sex.

Demographic Categories of Interest

  • Age
  • Geography

Data Set Used

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Colorectal

Hypothesis - Female sex is associated with higher frequency of stricturing disease and bowel dysfunction in diverticulitis

Scientific Questions Being Studied

Hypothesis - Female sex is associated with higher frequency of stricturing disease and bowel dysfunction in diverticulitis

Project Purpose(s)

  • Disease Focused Research (diverticulitis)

Scientific Approaches

I will develop a cohort of patients with dx of diverticulitis and determine bowel function complications related to sex.

Anticipated Findings

I anticipate substantial differences in bowel dysfunction for patients with diverticulitis related to sex.

Demographic Categories of Interest

  • Age
  • Geography

Data Set Used

Registered Tier

Research Team

Owner:

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