There are roughly as many bacterial cells in your body as human cells, and they can control everything from your weight and your smell, through to your mood and your thoughts. Harnessing their power could be the next great tool in medicine. Come and hear about new findings revealing how the bugs inside you control your brain, as well as the role food and your appendix plays in controlling your microbiome.
This lecture will take place in the Davis Auditorium at the Walter and Eliza Hall Institute (WEHI)
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