APC researcher awarded Global Grant for Gut Health
APC Microbiome Ireland's Dr Niall Hyland has been awarded a €100,000 Global Grant for Gut Health by Nature Research and Yakult to advance insight into how gut bacteria affect medications for depression and anxiety. One
ARTE Documentary features John Cryan
APC Principal Investigator Prof. John Cryan features in a new documentary from ARTE which asks what should we eat to make sure our brain develops properly and stays healthy.
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Bacteria can be used to heal aspirin-induced ulcers
Bifidobacteria promote healing
Aspirin is one of the oldest drugs, widely used for pain relief, suppression of inflammation and prevention of heart disease and stroke. However, well known to many patients is a troublesome side effect of intestinal damage and ulcers.
Science Foundation Ireland recognises Dr Orla O’Sullivan
Dr Orla O’Sullivan, Funded Investigator at APC Microbiome Ireland and Vistamilk SFI Research Centres has been awarded the SFI Early Career Researcher of the Year Award 2019, an award which recognises outstanding early career
Nine "Highly Cited" APC Microbiome Ireland Researchers
Web of Science List 2019 includes 9 APC Microbiome Ireland Investigators
The APC Microbiome Ireland SFI Research Centre is proud to announce that 9 of our investigators have been named Highly Cited Researchers, according to the Highly Cited Researchers 2019 list
Raising Awareness of Inflammatory Bowel Disease
University College Cork, home of APC Microbiome Ireland, is turning purple this week to raise awareness of the issues faced by over 5 million people worldwide who live with Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD). And APC