The microbiome, or the colony of organisms that live in your gut, affects your entire body. And now you can harness its power to take your research to the next level.
Learn how to incorporate microbiome-related resources and techniques into your work at the UChicago Microbiome Center’s Getting Started in Microbiome Research for Clinicians workshop. From biology to bioinformatics, hear from experts in all fields to see how utilizing this tool can impact your research, clinical skills, and patient care.
Course instructors and Microbiome Center leadership include these ITM investigators:
John Alverdy, MD
Sara and Harold Lincoln Thompson Professor and Executive Vice Chair, Department of Surgery
Eugene Chang, MD
Martin Boyer Professor, Department of Medicine, Associate Section Chief for Research, Section of Gastroenterology, Hepatology, and Nutrition
Jack Gilbert, PhD
Faculty Director, The Microbiome Center; Professor, Department of Surgery; Senior Scientist (Adjunct), the Marine Biological Laboratory; Group Leader in Microbial Ecology, Argonne National Laboratory