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Born with a gut instinct: How the microbiome affects preterm infant health
by Folabomi Oladosu, PhD Post-doctoral researcher specializing in pain and women’s health at NorthShore University HealthSystem Holding a newborn for the first time simultaneously conveys the fragility of life and the enormous responsibility of e (More)
Renowned physician-scientist Eric Pamer to lead Duchossois Family Institute
Following a national search, renowned physician-scientist Eric G. Pamer, MD, has been recruited to be the inaugural faculty director of the Duchossois Family Institute at the University of Chicago Medicine starting July 1. Formerly with Me (More)
Infant Intestinal Bacteria Prevent Food Allergy
New research shows that healthy infants have intestinal bacteria that prevent the development of food allergies. Researchers from (More)
News roundup: April 2019
A selection of health news from the University of Chicago and around the globe curated just for you. (More)
News roundup: March 2019
A selection of health news from the University of Chicago and around the globe curated just for you. More)
Ancient microbes: The missing link in sustainable energy?
by Elise Wachspress Image courtesy of Regio Energie Solothurn WellNews usually reports on groundbreaking research on the immune system, genetics, and the microbiome that promotes wellness—at the level of the individual. Now for something total (More)
News roundup: February 2019
A selection of health news from the University of Chicago and around the globe curated just for you. Germs in your gut are t (More)
Stent me once, that’s on me. Stent me twice, that’s on my gut bacteria.
by Folabomi Oladosu, PhD Post-doctoral researcher specializing in pain and women's health at NorthShore University HealthSystem At the start of your doctor's visit, as the nurse checks your pulse and blood pressure, you probably take slow deep br (More)
News roundup: December 2018
A selection of health news from the University of Chicago and around the globe curated just for you. More)
Tracking down the 'microbial peacekeepers'
by Kate Dohner "When you go to the forest, what do you see?" asks A. Murat Eren, whom everyone calls Meren. While the trees are the most noticeab (More)
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