#GMFH10years: 10 years of the Gut Microbiota for Health World Summit
“We were able to make this complex science, which is microbiome science, easy for clinicians”. Francisco Guarner tells us about the early days of the GMFH World Summit and the challenges for the future of gut microbiota science.
Did you know that 2022 is an important year for GMFH? That’s because it is our 10th anniversary! But not only are we celebrating 10 years of sharing the latest discoveries in the field of gut microbiota; it is also the 10th edition of the Gut Microbiota for Health World Summit.
To kick-off the celebration, we are pleased to share the first in a series of video interviews, in this case with Francisco Guarner, Consultant of Gastroenterology and Member of the GMFH World Summit’s Scientific Committee.
Ready to hear first-hand about this decade-long journey? Watch the video now!
Want to know more about the history of GMFH? Take a look at the infographic we have prepared with the key moments from the past 10 years.
And don’t forget to join the Twitter conversation (Twitter @GMFHx, Twitter @GutmicrobiotaWW) using #GMFH10years.
GMFH Editing Team
GMFH Editing Team
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