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16 January 2020 - 16 January 2020

Seminar – Dr Elisabeth Lowe – Microbial glycans as nutrients for the human gut microbiota

Open to: Norwich Research Park Abstract:  The Lowe lab is interested in understanding glycan breakdown pathways utilised by gut bacteria. Bacteroides spp. are highly represented in the human gut and these bacteria derive the majority of their nutrients from complex polysaccharides that the host...

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06 February 2020 - 06 February 2020

Seminar – Aldert Zomer, Utrecht University – Bacterial genetic content and its association with isolation source and phenotype

Open to: Norwich Research Park Biography: Aldert Zomer focuses on analysis of bacterial (meta-)genomes for comparative genomics, molecular epidemiology and linking bacterial genotype to phenotype. Furthermore he is staff member of the WHO-Collaborating Center for Campylobacter, WHO consultant on genomics for antimicrobial resistance detection...

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Invest in ME research

07 February 2020 - 07 February 2020

ME research at the Quadram Institute

You are invited to a public meeting to learn about our research programme into myalgic encephalomyelitis (ME). The Quadram Institute on the Norwich Research Park has an established research programme into ME, investigating its links with the population of trillions of bacteria, viruses and...

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26 March 2020 - 26 March 2020

Seminar – Professor Roberto La Ragione – University of Surrey: “Tackling antibiotic resistance in livestock and companion animals; a one health issue”

Open to: Norwich Research Park Abstract:  Antibiotics are critical for treating infections in human and veterinary medicine and increasing resistance in bacteria is considered a major global health threat, therefore alternatives are urgently required. Minimising the unnecessary and inappropriate use of antibiotics can reduce the...

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