UW workshop on the microbiome and human health – Sept. 20

A workshop on Sept. 20 will gather UW biologists, epidemiologists, and population and social scientists interested in the microbiome and human health. Organized by sociology professor Alberto Palloni, with the support of medical microbiology professor Margaret McFall-Ngai and their colleagues, the workshop’s goal is to assess the status of current microbiome research, and explore the collaborative potential of current and future population-based studies as vehicles to gather new microbiome data for the study of human health.

For more information and to sign up, read the news release about the workshop.

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