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HCMPH Symposium: The Microbiome and Chronic Diseases

May 16

Flyer from The Harvard Chan Microbiome in Public Health Center advertising a symposium for May 16, 2022 8:30 am to 4:30 pm ET. Keynote Speakers: Eric Pamer from the University of Chicago and Justin Sonnenberg from Stanford University. Additional Speakers Include: Lawrence David, Suzanne Devkota, Scott Handley, Lora Hooper, Long Nguyen. Attendees are invited to submit posters from which additional short talks will be selected. The symposium will be held virtually. Registration link: https://tinyurl.com/hcmph2022. The fourth annual Harvard Chan Microbiome in Public Health Center (HCMPH) symposium is on May 16, 2022. Out of an abundance of caution, the meeting’s stellar group of speakers and posters will again be convening virtually, but we are happy that this allows us to share the meeting globally, free of charge. One of the human microbiome’s best-known roles in population health is through chronic inflammatory diseases, and many of this year’s presentations will focus on this topic: interactions between gastrointestinal microbial communities, chronic environmental exposures such as diet, and long-term health outcomes including inflammation and obesity.

The fourth annual Harvard Chan Microbiome in Public Health Center (HCMPH) symposium is on May 16, 2022. Out of an abundance of caution, the meeting’s stellar group of speakers and posters will again be convening virtually, but we are happy that this allows us to share the meeting globally, free of charge. One of the human microbiome’s best-known roles in population health is through chronic inflammatory diseases, and many of this year’s presentations will focus on this topic: interactions between gastrointestinal microbial communities, chronic environmental exposures such as diet, and long-term health outcomes including inflammation and obesity.

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Date: May 16
Calendars: Public Events
Event types: Conferences and Symposia

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