Written by: Bonnie Feldman, DDS, MBA, Becca Malizia, BS, Ellen M. Martin Sometimes creative thinkers find inspiration in the most unusual places. While interviewing Dr. Josep Bassaganya-Riera, I found out that his work in nutritional and computational immunology started when he was training as a veterinarian in Spain. “Watching pigs die from infection and poor… Continue reading Dr. Bassaganya-Riera: Using Nutritional and Computational Immunology For Solving IBD
Do you know there is an invisible epidemic affecting millions, possibly billions worldwide? The worst part is that number is increasing and it’s increasing in children. Early this year, we began a series on autoimmune disease that illustrates its underserved and invisible nature. This invisible disease presents a large and growing opportunity to help millions today… Continue reading Once the Fog Lifts…
From Stanford Medicine X 2015 Listen to the talk here.
By Tiffany SimmsIn light of our enormous autoimmunity research, we understand how hard it is to face 67 slides of only article and book citations with no context. So! We’ve put together a table of contents with a brief abstract for each section to aid your exploration. The Invisible Epidemic: Incidence and Prevalence Autoimmune Diseases… Continue reading Our Guide to Bridging the Autoimmune Abyss through New Discoveries
Today we discuss the microbiome and how it functions as an immune organ in the body. You can click on the above Nature animation to learn more about mucosal immunology. Balanced vs Unbalanced Gut Scientists examine the effects the gut microbiome has on the immune and mucosal system. A healthy microbiome is shown to regulate… Continue reading Is Your Gut Destroying You?