3G Center

Find out more at: 3G Center I. To obtain empirical evidence elucidating the complex interplay between host genetics, GM and the risk of developing chronic metabolic disorders.


American Gastroenterological Association Center for Gut Microbiome Research and Education

From their website: The mission of the center is “To advance research and education on the gut microbiome in human health and disease.”


American Gut Project

New public gut bacteria study expected to reach around the world


American Microbiome Institute

The American Microbiome Institute is a non-profit organization, established in 2013, dedicated to advancing microbiome science and education.


ECGnoto

ECGnoto – a European network consortium for gnotobiotic animal science


Microbiome Program, Mayo Clinic

From their website: Heidi Nelson, M.D. director explains the program: Mayo Clinic


My New Gut Project

Emerging evidence suggests that the human gut microbiota and its genome (microbiome) play diverse physiological roles that influence our health and wellbeing.


NIH Human Microbiome Project

Find out more at: HMP The aim of the HMP is to characterize microbial communities found at multiple human body sites and to look for correlations between changes in the microbiome and human health.


Scientists for Advancing Microbiome Research

The Scientists for Advancing Microbiome Research recognize the study of the human microbiome, in disease and in health, is of relevance to the missions of many investigators and government funding agencies. We have the following set of objectives:


University of Michigan Medical School – Host Microbiome Initiative

From their website: Support for studies involving the host microbiome and other microbial communities is available through the Microbial Systems Laboratory. Sequencing services, advanced microbial cultivation, and gnotobiotic colony use are all available through this site.






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