What is the brain-gut axis and can gut microbiota really affect the central nervous system? Read here for a review of this topic and find out which companies are exploring this brain-gut link for therapeutics.
Could there be some truth in Hippocrates’ belief that all disease begins in the gut? Recent research is showing us that there is an evident link between gut microbiota and microglial cells in the central nervous system. Read on here to find out more about this association and its importance to neurological function.
We talked to Professor Ted Dinan from the University College Cork to learn more about his field of expertise- gut microbes and how they influence human brain function. Read here for more insights and his advice to medical students thinking about pursuing research.
SIUKatowice recently hosted Prof. Ted Dinan, currently the Professor of Psychiatry and a Principal Investigator in the Alimentary Pharmabiotic Centre at University College Cork. As an expert in intestinal bacteria, he presented recent findings in the field of psychobiotics- illustrating a pronouced connection between gut microbiota and host mental health. Read here to learn more…