Did you know that we can predict a child’s age based on the bacteria present in a stool sample? Dr. Geoffrey A. Preidis summarizes current knowledge around this fascinating topic.
Recent trials have demonstrated that specific probiotics can alter brain connectivity in healthy individuals. Dr. Premysl Bercik shares evidence of the gut microbiota’s role in the gut-brain axis.
Rob Knight (pictured), Jeffrey Gordon and Norman Pace honored with the 2017 Massry Prize for their outstanding contributions to microbiome research.
Understanding mechanisms is important to develop personalized interventions for maintaining health or treating disease.
When it comees to therapeutic implications of the gut microbiome, the currently available pre-, pro- and synbiotics only represent the tip of the iceberg.
Workshop will take place on Jan. 18, 2018, just prior to the new Crohn’s and Colitis Congress™ in Las Vegas, NV.