Integration of Multi-Omic Technologies Driving Microbiome Research

Studying the interactions between microbes and hosts have been enabled by a multitude of technologies to study the complex interactions between microbiome-host multi-omics.

This webinar focuses on the technologies that are driving microbiome research and how they can be successfully integrated for studies.


The intersection between the microbiome and its host via metabolomics – Elliot Friedman, Director for Data Integration, Penn Center for Nutritional Science & Medicine, University of Pennsylvania

Multi-omic exploration of complex phenotypes in pediatric autism spectrum disorder – Ruth Ann Luna, Director of Medical Metagenomics, Baylor College of Medicine

Investigating extra-intestinal manifestation of Crohn’s disease via host and microbiome sequencing – Connie Ha, Postdoctoral Scientist, Cedars-Sinai

Harnessing the Power of Metabolomics to Elucidate Microbiome Function – Brian Keppler, Director, Discovery and Translational Sciences, Metabolon

    Integration of Multi-Omic Technologies Driving Microbiome Research


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