Unboxing the Microbiota-Gut-Brain Axis – Corpus Curiosum (Series III)
Talk by Yoko Wang, The University of Adelaide
Since we were born, we have shared our life with millions of tiny little buddies in our gut. These tiny little buddies, or the gut microbiota, play important roles in regulating the gut-brain axis. In recent years, research in this field has rapidly grown, increasing our understanding on how gut microbiota communicate to the brain and influence our health. In this talk, we will unbox the amazing world of the microbiota-gut-brain axis – learning about their history, the current progress and future directions.
The Corpus Curiosum series was produced with the support of FENS Committee for Higher Education and Training (CHET)