About GMFH Editing Team

GMFH Editing Team

In a series of 7 webinar this programme will develop a full picture of the C. difficile infection (CDI) reaching from the importance of a healthy gut microbiota, to its detection and testing methods to current and future therapeutic approaches.

#GMFH10years – Let’s celebrate together!

3 Mar 2022

by GMFH Editing Team

It’s been 10 years since our team came together with a mission to share knowledge about the science of the gut microbiota with researchers, health professionals and the rest of the world!

Despite the global focus on COVID-19, 2021 was also a productive year in gut microbiome research. In this “2021 Year at a glance” report, discover emerging trends in postbiotics, the role of beneficial microbes in dietary guidelines, diet-related tools for shaping the gut microbiome and the potential role of newly identified probiotics in obesity and functional dyspepsia.

GMFH 2021: The 10 most viewed articles of the year

5 Jan 2022

by GMFH Editing Team

Our selection of the most popular content of the year is already a classic and a great way to remember the important advances and new developments in our knowledge about the gut microbiota. In the case of 2021, we have been witness to some interesting debates that reinforce the gut microbiome’s impact on overall health.

The 10th Gut Microbiota for Health World Summit will take place on March 12 and 13 2022 in Washington D.C., USA and via livestream. Discover the scientific program and workshop sessions, which focus on the uniqueness of our gut microbiomes and advances in personalized approaches to modifying the gut microbiome for promoting health and mitigating disease.

Konstantina Zafeiropoulou

18 Nov 2021

by GMFH Editing Team

Editor - Netherlands

Konstantina ZafeiropoulouKonstantina Zafeiropoulou is a dietitian with strong scientific interest in the diet-microbiota interactions and their role in human health and disease. She holds a Master of Science in Human Nutrition from the University of Glasgow, during which she explored the involvement of gut microbiota in the etiopathogenesis of Celiac Disease and evaluated the gluten free diet-microbiota interactions. She is currently a PhD candidate at Amsterdam UMC unraveling the role of gut microbiota and long-term dietary patterns in the development of postoperative colorectal anastomotic leakage. Follow Konstantina on Twitter @zaf_kon and LinkedIn.