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- Friday, February 8, 2019
- 1:30 PM–2:30 PM
- DeVries Hall 010
Guest Speaker: Abigail Armstrong University of Colorado- Denver Friday, Feb. 8th, 2019 1:30p - 2:30p DeVries Hall 010 - "The Pit"
The human microbiome is a hot health topic, but cutting through the sensationalized headlines and inaccurate marketing what does microbiome science actually look like? The gut microbiome is an important center for health and developing a clear picture of its function in health and disease can inform exciting new therapeutics. Learn about the basics of the human gut microbiome and how it applies to metabolic and immune health with a look at the microbiome in people living with HIV.
Join Abigail Armstrong from the University of Colorado- Denver for this insightful presentation about this developing health-related topic.
Any questions? Contact Erika Purcell-Williams from the Biology Department (firstname.lastname@example.org, #526-7700) for further assistance.
DeVries Hall 010- "The Pit" (ground level)