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New Concepts for Defining and Characterizing the Bovine Microactome | Tim McAllister, PhD

Dr Tim McAllister, Principal Research Scientist at Agriculture and Agi-Food Canada talked about his comprehensive tracking of antimicrobial resistance (AMR) genes across systems, risk assessment, and…

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The Social Microbiome: Anthropology, Microbes & Cross-disciplinary Collab | Amber Benezra, PhD

Dr. Amber Benezra is a sociocultural anthropologist researching how studies of the human microbiome intersect with biomedical ethics, public health/technological infrastructures and care. In…

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Leveraging Fermented Food Microbiomes for Sustainable Food Production | Josephine Wee, PhD, Penn State

Dr. Josephine Wee talks about various projects focused on understand sour dough bread microbiomes and how they can be leveraged to improve the quality and shelf life of bread, as well as potentially…

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Expert Human Microbiome Scientist Q&A | The Invisible Extinction Film Screening Event

On March 2, 2023, the Microbiome Center hosted a community screening of The Invisible Extinction, followed by an expert scientist panel Q&A session. The event started with opening remarks from…

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Do Anthropogenic Impacts on the Gut Metagenome Underlie the Risk of Chronic Disease? | Thomas Sharpton, Ph.D.

Dr. Thomas Sharpton joins us from Oregon State University and discusses his research on environmental exposures and their impact on the gut metagenome. Penn State’s Microbiome Center…

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2019 DEC 13 From Neanderthals to artic ice: what ancient microbial communities can tell us

Laura Weyrich, Penn State

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2020 FEB 28 Gut microbiome in relation to autoimmunity and Type 1 Diabetes

Tommi Vatanen, University of Auckland

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2020 OCT 30 Towards a distributed framework for microbial ecophylogenomics

Jon Sanders, Ph.D., Cornell University

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