Microbiome News and Research

Latest Microbiome News and Research

NIH expands funding for Baylor College of Medicine Human Microbiome Project

NIH expands funding for Baylor College of Medicine Human Microbiome Project

GE Global Researchers receive award from NIH for human microbiome study

GE Global Researchers receive award from NIH for human microbiome study

Enteric microbiome affects disease susceptibility, provides therapeutic target for food-borne diseases: Research

Enteric microbiome affects disease susceptibility, provides therapeutic target for food-borne diseases: Research

Smoking cessation effectively alter subgingival microbiome in patients on periodontal therapy: Study

Smoking cessation effectively alter subgingival microbiome in patients on periodontal therapy: Study

Twelve residents receive one-year fellowship grant to study medical dermatology

Twelve residents receive one-year fellowship grant to study medical dermatology

Mayo Clinic, University of Illinois announce strategic alliance for technology-based health care

Mayo Clinic, University of Illinois announce strategic alliance for technology-based health care

Interactions between human and microbial cells determine health, physical well-being: Researchers

Interactions between human and microbial cells determine health, physical well-being: Researchers

Delicate balance of microbes in vagina can vary between healthy women: New study

Delicate balance of microbes in vagina can vary between healthy women: New study

Research initiative to study impact of microbes on human health, disease

Research initiative to study impact of microbes on human health, disease

Leading researchers to present key findings of genomic research at international conference

Leading researchers to present key findings of genomic research at international conference

Study: Bacteria, fungi and other microbes live in our gut are essential contributors to good health

Study: Bacteria, fungi and other microbes live in our gut are essential contributors to good health

Study suggests why circumcised men less likely to become infected with HIV

Study suggests why circumcised men less likely to become infected with HIV

Circumcision lowers HIV risk; changes bacterial community on penis microbiome

Circumcision lowers HIV risk; changes bacterial community on penis microbiome

$12.2 million grant from NIH for research on the sexually transmitted bacteria chlamydia

$12.2 million grant from NIH for research on the sexually transmitted bacteria chlamydia

U.S. Department of Defense funds Rush University Medical Center for gastrointestinal microorganism research

U.S. Department of Defense funds Rush University Medical Center for gastrointestinal microorganism research

LANL and international researchers propose new genome sequence strategies

LANL and international researchers propose new genome sequence strategies

First health study of teenage boys using cellular telephones

First health study of teenage boys using cellular telephones

Genomic research lays groundwork for new approaches for treating, preventing skin diseases

Genomic research lays groundwork for new approaches for treating, preventing skin diseases

Autoantibodies may be created in response to bacterial DNA

Autoantibodies may be created in response to bacterial DNA

DNA of uncultured organisms sequenced using novel single cell genome sequencing approach

DNA of uncultured organisms sequenced using novel single cell genome sequencing approach