Dr Lindsey Hall: Gut Feeling?
Discover the critical role your gut and its resident microbes play in your day-to-day lives. Dr Lindsay Hall, from the Institute of Food Research on the Norwich Research Park, will walk you through the fantastic world of bacterial biology and how these tiny inhabitants control different bodily functions.
Lindsay will also discuss how disrupting our bacterial ecosystem has been linked to many diseases including inflammatory bowel disease, allergies and even mental health.
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30th October 14:00 - The Forum Auditorium
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