Women in Science Day: they make microbiota research!

They are women. They came from Finland, France, USA, Canada…They are making great achievement in microbiota research. To celebrate International Day of Women and Girls in Science (11 February), the Biocodex Microbiota Institute is handing the floor to women researchers and physicians particularly active in microbiota research.

Created 23 January 2023
Updated 09 February 2023
Women in Science Day: they make microbiota research!

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Created 23 January 2023
Updated 09 February 2023

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Women researchers in microbiota

Antibiotic resistance is a web of several problems

By Dr. Windi Muziasari & Pr. Christian G. Giske

The impact of western diet on the mucus layer

By Dr. Larissa Celiberto

The gut microbiota and drug metabolism

By Pr. Emily P. Balskus

Crosstalk between the gut microbiota and the host's immune response to combat infections

By Dr. Dorota Czerucka

International Women and Girls in Science Day

Launched by the United Nations in 2015, International Women and Girls in Science Day (February 11) intends to recognize the critical role women and girls play in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) and to promote efforts to achieve gender equality in science.

Role of the microbiota in skin immunity and atopic dermatitis

By Pr. Brigitte Dréno

Gut Microbiota Press review

By Pr. Satu Pekkala

Could the gut microbiome be targeted to optimize Sars-CoV-2 vaccine efficacy?

By Dr. Genelle Healey

Microbiota in Covid-19 pandemic

By Pr. Conceição Calhau & Pr. Pedro Povoa

Microbiota and metabolic diseases

By Pr. Yolanda Sanz

1/3 researchers is a woman.

According to UNESCO, women make up 33.3% of researchers worldwide.

Microbiota and celiac disease

By Pr. Elena F. Verdu

Dampening gastrointestinal inflammation through nutrition

By Dr Deanna Gibson & Dr. Genelle Healey

From diarrhea to chronic diseases: the well-documented consequences of antibiotic-related gut microbiota dysbiosis

By Lynne Mc Farland

Ears, Nose and Throat microbiota: when antibiotics challenge our first line of defense

By Pr. Natacha Teissier

Courses accredited by our experts

Xpeer course: Early establishment of gut microbiota

By Ericka Montijo

Xpeer course: The rationale behind why and how to choose a probiotic

By Mary Ellen Sanders

Xpeer course: Gut Microbiota and metabolic disease

By Pr. Karine Clément

Microbiota Explorers: Biocodex Microbiota Foundation's winning national projects

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