The gut-brain connectome

Guest: Dr. Diego Bohorquez, Assistant Professor of Medicine, Duke Department of Medicine, Assistant Research Professor of Neurobiology, Department of Neurology, Duke University School of Medicine
Topics: Gut-brain neurobiology, enteroendocrine cells

 

Dr. Diego Bohorquez

 

Gutbrains.com – Diego’s website

Diego’s Duke Department of Medicine faculty page

Full text article in the Journal of Clinical Investigation: “The gut connectome: making sense of what you eat”

Click to Download: Radio In Vivo August 23, 2017

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Microbiome & Probiotics

Guest: Dr. Andrea Azcarate-Peril, Assistant Professor, Department of Cell Biology; Director, Microbiome Core Facility, UNC-Chapel Hill School of Medicine
Topics: The gut microbiome’s role in digestion and immunity, microbiomes of exclusively breastfed babies, probiotics, prebiotics and synbiotics, the microbiome and colorectal cancer, UNC Microbiome Core Facility

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Dr. Andrea Azcarate-Peril

 

Andrea’s Dept. of Cell Biology and Physiology faculty page

Andrea’s Microbiome Core Facility Research page

UNC Medical School Microbiome Core Facility

“Breastfeeding may aid transition to solid food” Yahoo News

“Milk- and solid-feeding practices and daycare attendance are associated with differences in bacterial diversity, predominant communities, and metabolic and immune function of the infant gut microbiome” – Frontiers in Cellular and Infection Microbiology article, February 2015

“The intestinal microbiota, gastrointestinal environment and colorectal cancer: a putative role for probiotics in prevention of colorectal cancer?” – PubMed 2011 publication abstract

Click to Download: Radio In Vivo June 10, 2015

Gut microbiome and diet

Guest: Dr. Lawrence David, Assistant Professor, Molecular Genetics and Microbiology, Duke University
Topics: Diet and the human gut microbiome, human-associated microbial ecosystems, cholera infections and gut microbial communities, genomics of the microbiome

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Dr. Lawrence David

the david lab @ duke university

“Diet rapidly and reproducibly alters the human gut microbiome” Nature 2013

“Extreme Diets Can Quickly Alter Gut Bacteria” Science Now, 2013

“An Extreme Self-Study” Story Collider podcast, 2012

Click to Download: Radio In Vivo April 30, 2014