What Your Gut is Telling Your Brain
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 30
6:00 P.M. TO 7:30 P.M.
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Join us for this lecture where three leading researchers will discuss the latest findings when it comes to our brain-gut connection!
More than 100 trillion bacteria are living and working in your gut, and these micro-organisms are collectively referred to as the microbiome. One of the most impressive roles of this busy workforce is the connection between our gut and brain; a fascinating area of research we are excited to talk about.
- Anna Taylor: Opiod use disorder and the gut microbiome
- Jens Walter: The gut microbiome: Importance in human health and role in multiple sclerosis
- Karim Fouad: Spinal cord injury and mental health. What does the microbiome have to do with it
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