With the Brain and the Microbiome national initiatives well underway, the time is ripe to explore the important intersection between them. Thanks to support from the Kavli Foundation, we are able to host this symposium to help define a joint Microbiome-Brain Initiative. The goal of this symposium is to bring together the Microbiome and Neuroscience sectors in hopes of bridging the Gut-Brain Axis.
Sponsored by the Kavli Foundation and The Kavli Institute for Brain and Mind.
To register online and for a detailed agenda, please visit: https://kibmgutbrain.eventbrite.com
All attendees are welcome to sign up to present a poster at the poster session. Please do so during registristration if you would like to present.
Media for each talk can be played by clicking on icons in the "Media" column, or by clicking on the individual talk titles below and then the attachment file at the bottom of the page.
|Wed 5/3||Introduction||Fred Gage, Salk Institute for Biological Studies|
|Wed 5/3||Host-microbe interactions in health and disease||Janelle Ayres, Salk Institute for Biological Studies|
|Wed 5/3||Connecting our dynamic gut microbiomes to the brain||Rob Knight, University of California, San Diego (UCSD)|
|Wed 5/3||C. elegans gut-neuron signaling||Sreekanth Chalasani, Salk Institute for Biological Studies|
|Wed 5/3||Circadian rhythm in gut-brain axis||Satchidananda Panda, Salk Institute for Biological Studies|
|Wed 5/3||Using metabolomics as a tool to reveal what microbes are doing for us and to us||Pieter Dorrestein, University of California, San Diego (UCSD)|
|Wed 5/3||Proving causality in the gut-brain axis using human-to-mouse bacterial transplant||Sarkis Mazmanian, Caltech|