Researchers

Researchers

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Interested in the latest on scientific information probiotics, prebiotics, and how they relate to gut health? Below are links to key peer-reviewed studies, summary documents and presentations.

ISAPP Publications
Gut Microbiota Worldwatch

Gut Microbiota Worldwatch. Launched in February 2013 by the European Society of Neurogastroenterology and Motility, this website distributes public information on research and applications of gut microbiota for experts, media and society. www.gutmicrobiotawatch.org

Gut Microbiota and Inflammatory Bowel Disease

Gut Microbiota and Inflammatory Bowel Disease. Profs. Philippe Marteau and Harry Sokol, prepared for the Gut Microbiota for Health community.

ILSI Europe publishes a variety of documents relevant to the probiotic and prebiotic fields, including:

ILSI Europe publishes a variety of documents relevant to the probiotic and prebiotic fields, including: Probiotics, Prebiotics and the Gut Microbiota (2013)
See full list of publications

USprobiotics.org. Web site with comprehensive, up-to-date information on activities, research and new developments in the area of probiotics and dairy products

USprobiotics.org. Web site with comprehensive, up-to-date information on activities, research and new developments in the area of probiotics and dairy products
www.usprobiotics.org

Microbiomes Online Course Offered Through Coursera.org

Online Course Offered Through Coursera.org
University of California, San Diego, professor Rob Knight and colleagues provide an online course, “Gut Check: Exploring Your Microbiome.” Course materials can be accessed for free.

World Gastroenterology Organisation

World Gastroenterology Organisation
WGO Handbook on Gut Microbes – including 15 chapters by global experts on gut microbiota, its role in health and disease, probiotics and prebiotics.

Probiotics and Prebiotics Resources Page

Resources Page – including videos and e-learning opportunities.

IBS Webcast

Webcast Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS): What is it, what causes it and can I do anything about it?”, an educational program for the general public developed by the World Gastroenterology Organisation.

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