Updated: Aug 28
Professor Simon Carding, expert in Mucosal Immunology presented his talk online about Gut Microbes in Health and Disease.
Having worked at research centres and universities across the UK and US, Prof Carding now leads a research team at the Quadram Institute in Norwich, developing new research projects relating to the gut-microbiome-brain axis. His team won a 2017 Ramsay Award for research into ME.
Whilst illnesses like ME and fibromyalgia are not fully understood, there is evidence for an inappropriate immune response and GI-tract disturbances. In this presentation, Professor Carding describes his research findings and where his investigations may lead to in the future.
"There clearly is something abnormal about the microbiomes of the gut microbes and we are getting closer and closer to answering the question - are gut microbes the trigger that causes an auto-immune like disorder in ME?" - Professor Carding
Professor Simon Carding, expert in Mucosal Immunology presented his talk online about Gut crobes in Health and Disease.e and GI-tract disturbances. Professor Carding describes his research findings and where his investigations may lead to in the future.
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We want to extend a huge thank you to Professor Simon Carding for his fascinating talk and engaging Q&A that is now available to watch on YouTube: