Exploring the Microbiome Series
We understand how short on time everyone is, with this in mind we've rolled out a series of microbiome focussed talks that will be no longer than half an hour in length.
We start off our series with a talk from Dr Markus Geuking, Associate Professor in the Department of Microbiology, Immunology, and Infectious Diseases at the University of Calgary, Canada.
The diverse roles of human and animal gut microbiota in health and disease
After the success of our previous microbiome webinar we are pleased to introduce the webinar titled, 'The diverse roles of human and animal gut microbiota in health and disease'.
The following speakers will be giving talks with a Q&A session at the end.
Toxigenic Clostridia in Humans and the Environment
Don Whitley Scientific present 'Toxigenic Clostridia in Humans and the Environment', a free webinar as part of our microbiology series. Featured speakers include François P. Douillard from the University of Helsinki, Paula Salgado from The University of Newcastle, Johann Peltier from The University of Paris-Saclay and Maja Rupnik from the National Laboratory for Health, Environment and Food.
Investigating Disease Mechanisms: Advancements in Metabolic Analysis
This free webinar features leading specialists who are using the state-of-the-art Seahorse Analyser in a physiologically relevant atmosphere to unlock the mysteries of metabolic processes underlying diseases.
Discover the latest advancements in metabolic analysis, gain insights into cutting-edge research, and learn how this powerful tool is transforming our understanding of disease mechanisms. Don't miss this exciting opportunity to learn from experts in the field and stay up-to-date on the latest developments in metabolic analysis.
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