The Finch Therapeutics & Microbiome Health Research Institute (MHRI) Seminar Series
The Finch & MHRI Seminar Series is a series of monthly discussions for our employees on diverse topics in microbiome research, jointly hosted by Finch Therapeutics and the Microbiome Health Research Institute (d.b.a. OpenBiome). The seminar series features the work of scientific experts on subjects including basic microbiome research, human disease and the microbiome, and microbial therapeutics. Each seminar will comprise two halves: a brief, non-technical summary of the speaker's work, and a technical research talk.
Tami Lieberman, Asst Prof of Medical Engineering and Science, and Civil and Environmental Engineering, MIT (Jan 2018)
Tami will be giving an in-depth research talk about her work on bacterial adaptation within the digestive tract of OpenBiome donors as part of the Finch-MHRI Seminar Series.
For more info on Professor Lieberman's research, see: http://lieberman.science/?#
August 15, 2017
PhD candidate, Polz Lab at MIT
Dave spoke about the diarrheal illnesses drive susceptibility to asymptomatic Clostridium difficile colonization.