Category : Profiles

Editor - India Dr. Sharma has been an Associate Professor at the Indian Institute of Science Education and Research Bhopal since July 2011.The main focus of Dr. Sharma’s lab is to reveal and analyze the human-associated microbiome among the Indian population and carry out comparative studies with different populations to gain functional insights, while also making comparisons with healthy and…

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Editor - India Dr. Sharma has been an Associate Professor at the Indian Institute of Science Education and Research Bhopal since July 2011.The main focus of Dr. Sharma’s lab is to reveal and analyze the human-associated microbiome among the Indian population and carry out comparative studies with different populations to gain functional insights, while also making comparisons with healthy and…

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Canada Natasha Haskey is a Registered Dietitian and PhD student at The Centre for Microbiome and Inflammatory Research at the University of British Columbia – Okanagan (Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada). Her research work focuses on how dietary factors influence the gut microbiome, immune system and clinical disease in inflammatory bowel diseases. She is the co-author of the textbook Gut Microbiota:…

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Canada Natasha Haskey is a Registered Dietitian and PhD student at The Centre for Microbiome and Inflammatory Research at the University of British Columbia – Okanagan (Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada). Her research work focuses on how dietary factors influence the gut microbiome, immune system and clinical disease in inflammatory bowel diseases. She is the co-author of the textbook Gut Microbiota:…

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Editor - Spain   Basic Medical Science Department, Faculty of Medicine, CEU San Pablo University, ARADyAL, Madrid, Spain. Institute of Applied and Molecular Medicine (IMMA), Faculty of Medicine, CEU San Pablo University, Madrid, Spain.

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Editor - Spain   Basic Medical Science Department, Faculty of Medicine, CEU San Pablo University, ARADyAL, Madrid, Spain. Institute of Applied and Molecular Medicine (IMMA), Faculty of Medicine, CEU San Pablo University, Madrid, Spain.

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USA Dr. Vishal Singh (left), Crohn’s and Colitis Foundation Fellow, and Dr. Matam Vijay-Kumar (right), Associate Professor at the Dept. of Physiology and Pharmacology, College of Medicine, The University of Toledo, OH, USA. The current and future research goals of this group is directed toward preclinical studies that can be used translationally to develop dietary fiber-based therapies for liver diseases…

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USA Dr. Vishal Singh (left), Crohn’s and Colitis Foundation Fellow, and Dr. Matam Vijay-Kumar (right), Associate Professor at the Dept. of Physiology and Pharmacology, College of Medicine, The University of Toledo, OH, USA. The current and future research goals of this group is directed toward preclinical studies that can be used translationally to develop dietary fiber-based therapies for liver diseases…

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France Vincent has a broad range of experience in microbial ecology, including environmental and clinical microbiology. He worked for 10 years at the interface between academics and private companies, succeeding in conducting strategic research projects and publishing more than 35 peer-reviewed papers.

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France Vincent has a broad range of experience in microbial ecology, including environmental and clinical microbiology. He worked for 10 years at the interface between academics and private companies, succeeding in conducting strategic research projects and publishing more than 35 peer-reviewed papers.

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USA Melissa Agnello is a postdoctoral scholar at the University of California, Los Angeles. Her research focuses on the bacteria and other resident microbes that live in the mouth, how they cause diseases such as caries, and how manipulating them can lead to new treatments and/or preventions.

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USA Melissa Agnello is a postdoctoral scholar at the University of California, Los Angeles. Her research focuses on the bacteria and other resident microbes that live in the mouth, how they cause diseases such as caries, and how manipulating them can lead to new treatments and/or preventions.

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Spain Lorena Corfas graduated in Journalism and has been working for more than 15 year for companies, organizations and PR agencies in Argentina, Switzerland and Spain. Interested in science and communications, Lorena has been part of the leading team of the Gut Microbiota for Health initiative since it was launched in 2012. Follow her on Twitter: @lorecorfas

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Spain Lorena Corfas graduated in Journalism and has been working for more than 15 year for companies, organizations and PR agencies in Argentina, Switzerland and Spain. Interested in science and communications, Lorena has been part of the leading team of the Gut Microbiota for Health initiative since it was launched in 2012. Follow her on Twitter: @lorecorfas

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France Principal Investigator of the Functional genomics of host-intestinal bacteria interactions group at #igfl (@LeulierLab).#Drosophila #microbiota #probiotics

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France Principal Investigator of the Functional genomics of host-intestinal bacteria interactions group at #igfl (@LeulierLab).#Drosophila #microbiota #probiotics

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Canada Science writer Kristina Campbell (M.Sc.), from British Columbia (Canada), specializes in communicating about the gut microbiota, digestive health, and nutrition. Author of the best selling Well-Fed Microbiome Cookbook, her freelance work has appeared in publications around the world. Kristina joined the Gut Microbiota for Health publishing team in 2014.  Find her on: Google • Twitter

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Canada Science writer Kristina Campbell (M.Sc.), from British Columbia (Canada), specializes in communicating about the gut microbiota, digestive health, and nutrition. Author of the best selling Well-Fed Microbiome Cookbook, her freelance work has appeared in publications around the world. Kristina joined the Gut Microbiota for Health publishing team in 2014.  Find her on: Google • Twitter

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Canada Heather Galipeau is a Research Associate at McMaster University (Canada) where she is researching dietary and microbial interactions in celiac disease and inflammatory bowel disease. She obtained her PhD in 2015 from McMaster University in Elena Verdu’s lab, during which she found that the small intestinal microbial background influences the degree of immuno-pathology triggered by dietary antigens, such as…

Heather Galipeau
Heather Galipeau is a Research Associate at McMaster University (Canada) where she is researching dietary and microbial interactions in celiac disease and inflammatory bowel disease. She obtained her PhD in 2015 from McMaster University in Elena Verdu’s lab, during which she found that the small intestinal microbial background influences the degree of immuno-pathology triggered by dietary antigens, such as gluten.

Canada Heather Galipeau is a Research Associate at McMaster University (Canada) where she is researching dietary and microbial interactions in celiac disease and inflammatory bowel disease. She obtained her PhD in 2015 from McMaster University in Elena Verdu’s lab, during which she found that the small intestinal microbial background influences the degree of immuno-pathology triggered by dietary antigens, such as…

Heather Galipeau
Heather Galipeau is a Research Associate at McMaster University (Canada) where she is researching dietary and microbial interactions in celiac disease and inflammatory bowel disease. She obtained her PhD in 2015 from McMaster University in Elena Verdu’s lab, during which she found that the small intestinal microbial background influences the degree of immuno-pathology triggered by dietary antigens, such as gluten.