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Gut Summit 2013

Written on July 27 2012 at 7:11 PM

By Yohanan Winogradsky

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The upcoming 2nd World Summit Gut Microbiota for Health will take place in Madrid (February 24-26, 2013). More information is available on the event’s website:

The scientific programme is divided into 2 parts. It will start with lectures on the Sunday. Then participants will be offered the opportunity to attend workshops on the Monday. You can check the complete programme by following this link:

Finally registrations are still open and we’re looking forward to welcoming you at the event:


Posted by:  Yohanan Winogradsky

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Yohanan Winogradsky holds a masters degree in International Relations from the Sorbonne University in Paris, which he obtained in 2007. In February 2008, he was recruited by Dr Dusko Ehrlich (Director of Research, INRA) as European Project Manager of the EU-funded collaboration MetaHIT, Metagenomics of the Human Intestinal Tract. He was also involved in the management of the Marie Curie Training program Cross Talk. For both projects, he was in charge of general administration as well as dissemination activities. He set up the social media actions to promote the projects’ achievements and reach out to online communities interested in projects’ outcomes. After 4 years in the service of INRA’s gut microbiota initiatives, Yohanan moved to the Netherlands and has been working there as a freelance in the field of scientific communication and writing. Yohanan joined the Gut Microbiota for Health publishing team when the initiative was launched in 2012 and was a regular contributor until early 2014.


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