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The Human Body's Complicated Relationship With Fungi

04-16-2016

When it comes to the trillions of microorganisms that inhabit our bodies, bacteria get almost all the attention. Changes in our resident microbiota and their collective genome — called the microbiome — have been linked with a wide range of diseases, from various forms of arthritis to depression.

READ MORE

The Mycobiome

02-02-2016

At a workshop held at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) last September on the role of human microbiota in infectious disease, I was disheartened not to hear a single talk on the fungal community—the mycobiome.

READ MORE

The Ingredient Your Probiotic Might Be Missing

05-02-2017

For the past few years doctors and nutritionists have been recommending probiotics as way to control gut health. The little pills are filled with good bacteria, which have been shown to help improve digestion, boost mood and immune system and even help clear up skin.

READ MORE

Big Fungus, Big Opportunity

11-28-2016

It all started about six months ago when my Dad wanted to share his latest research with me. He also promised lunch. When I got to his lab, he was sorting through a stack of blown up pictures of Petri dishes on a conference table.

READ MORE

The Human Body's Complicated Relationship With Fungi

04-16-2016

When it comes to the trillions of microorganisms that inhabit our bodies, bacteria get almost all the attention. Changes in our resident microbiota and their collective genome — called the microbiome — have been linked with a wide range of diseases, from various forms of arthritis to depression.

READ MORE

The Mycobiome

02-02-2016

At a workshop held at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) last September on the role of human microbiota in infectious disease, I was disheartened not to hear a single talk on the fungal community—the mycobiome.

READ MORE

The Ingredient Your Probiotic Might Be Missing

05-02-2017

For the past few years doctors and nutritionists have been recommending probiotics as way to control gut health. The little pills are filled with good bacteria, which have been shown to help improve digestion, boost mood and immune system and even help clear up skin.

READ MORE

Big Fungus, Big Opportunity

11-28-2016

It all started about six months ago when my Dad wanted to share his latest research with me. He also promised lunch. When I got to his lab, he was sorting through a stack of blown up pictures of Petri dishes on a conference table.

READ MORE

The Human Body's Complicated Relationship With Fungi

04-16-2016

When it comes to the trillions of microorganisms that inhabit our bodies, bacteria get almost all the attention. Changes in our resident microbiota and their collective genome — called the microbiome — have been linked with a wide range of diseases, from various forms of arthritis to depression.

READ MORE

The Mycobiome

02-02-2016

At a workshop held at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) last September on the role of human microbiota in infectious disease, I was disheartened not to hear a single talk on the fungal community—the mycobiome.

READ MORE