“Role of the Microbiota in Health & Disease”
Hosted by the WashU Gnotobiotic Research, Education, and Transgenic Core (WU-GREaT)
Are you interested in learning more about how the microbiota influences health and disease? Are you curious about the use of mice with defined flora (germ-free or gnotobiotic) to explore the role of the microbiota in the phenotypes you study?
If so, please join us for an upcoming Gnotobiotics Workshop: Role of the Microbiota in Health & Disease on February 21st from 1-5pm in Connor Auditorium! Topics will include the role of the microbiota in infectious diseases, immunology, and neuropathology (please see attached flyer).
The afternoon will include talks from local faculty and trainees, detailing the findings from their exciting studies in the Gnotobiotics field that are ongoing at Washington University! Refreshments will be provided.
More details will be forthcoming soon; please register your interest in attending here.
For inquiries contact Megan Baldridge or Mike White.