Senior academic and Clinical Psychologist
Simon Knowles, Ph.D., is a Senior academic and Clinical Psychologist at Swinburne University, Melbourne Australia. Dr Knowles' clinical and research interest relate to the biological and psychological interactions of gastrointestinal conditions and the Brain-Gut-Axis.
Dr. Knowles' has written over 30 articles and book chapters and has one edited book. His work has been published in Inflammatory Bowel Disease, Journal of Crohn's and Colitis, The Scandinavian Journal of Gastroenterology, Biological Psychology, Clinical Biochemistry, and many other journals.
He is involved in multiple national and international research projects relating to psychological processes associated with chronic gastrointestinal conditions. Dr. Knowles is regularly asked to present at various medical conferences and forums on his clinical and research activities relating to the gastrointestinal tract. He has received $500,000 worth of funding for his research over these past years.
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