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How microbiome research is leading to better GI health

Join us at the 2024 Gut Microbiota for Health World Summit to learn more about how this research is going from bench to bedside.
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What can the gut microbiome teach us about improving GI health? At the 2024 Gut Microbiota for Health World Summit (GMFH) on March 23-24, 2024, in Washington, DC, you can have your questions answered by engaging global thought leaders in gut microbiome research and clinical practice.

This can’t-miss conference for healthcare professionals interested in the gut microbiome brings together an international and multidisciplinary community of clinicians, researchers, dieticians, and nutritionists to discuss approaches to modifying the gut microbiome to improve health and mitigate or treat disease. The 2024 GMFH will focus on crossing the threshold from lab to life. Make discoveries, get your questions answered and enjoy networking with global experts and peers through live Q&A, breakouts, and a poster session.

Plenary sessions this year include:

• Georg Gerber, MD, PhD, MPH, on AI and the gut microbiome.
• Kenneth Croitoru, MD, on the microbiome shifts preceding the clinical phase of IBD.
• Alice Cheng, MD, on creating synthetic microbial cocktails.
• Paul Carlson, PhD, U.S. FDA, on how regulators think about microbiome-based products.

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