IICMP

Tracey Moran

IICMP

Tracey Moran

 

Tracey is a Chief I Gastrointestinal Physiologist in the GI Function Unit (GIFU) at St James Hospital, Dublin and completed her MSc in Gastroenterology in 2019. The GI Function Unit, is the national centre for physiological investigations of the oesophagus and stomach and is part of the National Centre for Oesophageal and Gastric Cancer, the National Centre for the Management of Early Upper Gastrointestinal Mucosal Neoplasia, as well as the National Registry Centre for Barrett’s Oesophagus.

 

Tracey is an accredited practitioner in GI Physiology with The Association of GI Physiologists (AGIP, UK) since 2003 and a member of the IICMS since 2005. She is currently serving on the Academic Accreditation Council of the IICMS and is involved in the recognition of qualifications process, the academic development of the discipline. She is an examiner for the competency to practice upper GI physiology studies for the IICMS and was involved in the development of this course.

 

Tracey’s role in the GIFU involves the diagnostic testing of patients using High Resolution Manometry, Impedance Manometry, 24hr pH monitoring, 24hr Laryngo-pharyngeal pH monitoring, 24hr pH Impedance monitoring and Hydrogen Breath Testing. Tracey has authored and co-authored academic papers, abstracts and posters for GI Conferences in Ireland, the UK and France.