Items Tagged ‘#Microbiome research’

March 7, 2017

March 16: Strollin’ Colon – Colon Cancer Awareness Event

By Sharon Rosen sharonhrosen

Do you know the facts about colon cancer – what types of screening tests are available to prevent or detect it early, whether you’re at risk, and if so, how it is treated? You can learn more by taking a walk through the inflatable Strollin’ Colon, which will be at all Mayo Clinic campuses through […]

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Tags: #Center for Individualzied Medicine, #ColorectalCancer, #Dr. Thorvardur Halfdanarson, #Hereditary colorectal cancer, #Katherine Agre, #Microbiome research, #Strollin' Colon, colon cancer, colorectal cancer, Dr. Nicholas Chia, Genetic Counselor, Genetic Testing


December 15, 2016

This diet’s for you: personalized nutrition to improve your health

By Sharon Rosen sharonhrosen

You may use the phrase “gut reaction” to describe what your instincts tell you about a particular situation. But it turns out that your gut offers much more than an emotional reaction – it processes food you eat in a way that is unique to you. For example, some people may feel energized and lose […]

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Tags: #blood glucose level, #Center for Individualized Mediicine, #DayTwo, #individualized diets, #medicalresearch, #Microbiome research, #personalized nutrition, #PrecisionMedicine, Diet, Dr. Heidi Nelson, gut bacteria, Gut Microbiome


October 14, 2016

Microbiome: All You Need is Bugs

By Sharon Rosen sharonhrosen

  We each have our own unique set of bugs – or community of bacteria within and on our bodies, called the microbiome, that help keep us healthy. Researchers have discovered that changes in the microbiome – either from disease or environmental factors – can cause illness. “Microbiome: All You Need is Bugs,” a workshop […]

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Tags: #C. diff., #CIMCon16, #Colon cancer screening, #Dr. Federico Rey, #Dr. Jonathan Swann, #Dr. Patrick Schloss, #Microbiome research, center for individualized medicine, colon cancer, Crohns Disease, DNA Sequencing, Dr. Purna Kashyap


August 17, 2016

Best Practices in Microbiome Research Speeds Process from Discovery to Patient Care

By Sharon Rosen sharonhrosen

Researchers at Mayo Clinic’s Center for Individualized Medicine Microbiome Program are collaborating with University of Minnesota on developing best practices to study the microbiome, the community of bacteria in our bodies. That’s important, because the microbiome can give us a window into the role of bacteria in sickness and health. For example, better research practices […]

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Tags: #Genomics data, #Microbiome research, #Minnesota Partnership for Biomedical Genomics, #Minnsota Microbiome Data Engine, #Research methods, center for individualized medicine, Dr. Heidi Nelson, Dr. Purna Kashyap, genomics, mayo clinic, medical research, microbiome


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