Our translational research platform unites leading researchers and clinicians across a variety of disciplines to develop improved methods of disease surveillance and treatment.
We want to support research and clinical trials that will help us learn how to engineer the microbiome to help patients and restore health. These efforts are supported by a strong foundation of resources: our Microbial Omics Core Facility, Data Analysis Pipeline, and the The Broad Institute-OpenBiome Microbiome Library.
Human Commensal Bacteria-Specific T-cellsPrimary Researcher:
Lectin Fingerprinting for Microbiome ProfilingPrimary Researcher:
Mucus as a Diagnostic Tool for Inflammatory Bowel DiseasesPrimary Researcher:
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