Nutrition, Microbiome, and Pregnancy

February 10, 2022 | 7:00pm - 8:00pm

Free and open to the community

Christopher Gardner, PhD and Justin L. Sonnenburg, PhD discuss the important role nutrition plays in maintaining a healthy microbiome (gut health). How do mothers transfer microbes to their infants? Join us to learn about the science behind this and hear about our Maternal & Offspring Microbiome Study (MOMS). 

Christopher Gardner, PhD, is the Rehnborg Farquhar professor of medicine at Stanford, the director of Stanford Prevention Research Center's (SPRC) Nutrition Studies Group, and the director of the SPRC postdoctoral research fellow training program.

Justin L. Sonnenburg, PhD, is an associate professor of microbiology and immunology at the Stanford School of Medicine.

Thursday, February 10
7:00 pm Pacific Time
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Free

Location: Online - Zoom - Free Event

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