Developing, feeding and restoring the human microbiome

Our gut is home to a large community of microbes and there is a growing realisation that this microbiome has an important influence on our health. At the Quadram Institute we are seeking to better understand the microbiome and uncover the mechanisms by which if affects health. With this increased understanding, we will be able to develop new therapies and treatments to combat diseases and maintain wellbeing throughout life.

Join us to hear from three key researchers from across the UK giving us an insight into this exciting area of science.

Dr Lindsay Hall 
Quadram Institute, Norwich
Development of the microbiome in early life

Dr Alan Walker
Rowett Institute, University of Aberdeen
Diet and the microbiota

Professor Arjan Narbad
Quadram Institute, Norwich
Faecal microbiota transplants


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