Clinical Psychiatry and Gastrointestinal Interface


Rebecca Anglin has developed a novel GI Psychiatry clinic that provides integrated psychiatry and psychology treatment to patients with GI illness within the 2F digestive diseases clinic at McMaster. Rebecca Anglin also conducts research on gut-brain interactions in clinical populations including studies in patients with IBD, IBS and the first clinical studies of the gut microbiome in patients with anxiety and other psychiatric disorders.

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Relevant Papers

  • Anti-inflammatory Intervention in Depression. -
    Anglin Rebecca, Moayyedi Paul, Leontiadis Grigorios I et al.
    JAMA Psychiatry. Link: 25945487
  • Anxiety and Depression Increase in a Stepwise Manner in Parallel With Multiple FGIDs and Symptom Severity and Frequency. -
    Pinto-Sanchez Maria Ines, Ford Alexander C, Avila Christian A et al.
    Am J Gastroenterol. Link: 25964226
  • Risk of upper gastrointestinal bleeding with selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors with or without concurrent nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory use: a systematic review and meta-analysis. -
    Anglin Rebecca, Yuan Yuhong, Moayyedi Paul et al.
    Am J Gastroenterol. Link: 24777151

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