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A Festival of Neurogastroenterology at APC

Dec 18, 2017
APC hosts a Festival of Neurogastroenterology   [video_lightbox_youtube video_id="_V9C7gWba7U" width="640" height="480" anchor=""] APC Microbiome Ireland hosted a festival of neurogastroenterology in Univ More

My New Gut Annual Meeting hosted at APC Microbiome Ireland

My New Gut Annual Meeting hosted at APC Microbiome Ireland by  Catriona Long-Smith APC Microbiome Ireland hosted the 3rd Annual Meeting of the MyNewGut Project ( MyNewGut is an EU FP7-funded consortium Project, led by Yolanda Sanz of the Spanish National Research More

Learning Food Fermentation

John Leech visits Ballymaloe Cookery School By John Leech, PhD student, APC Microbiome Ireland, Teagasc Food Research   Fermentation is among the oldest forms of food preservation. It is practised around the world on all kinds of different foods.  Fermented foods are once again becoming popular More

New APC Industry Partnership Announced

Dec 4, 2017
APC Microbiome Ireland the first partner in DuPont Microbiome Venture APC Microbiome Ireland and DuPont Nutrition & Health have just announced a new research collaboration. This multiyear partnership will focus on maternal and infant microbiomes, which play a critical role in infant develop More

APC Win at UCC Invention of the Year Award

Nov 23, 2017
A Probiotic with antimicrobial activity against C.difficile An APC invention won the Teagasc Category Award  at the UCC Invention of the Year Awards (for 2016 inventions). The invention was 'Lactobacillus gasseri, a human gut isolate for the treatment of Clostridium difficile infections '. More

Look up to the brightest stars

 Four APC Researchers feature in 2017 World’s most Highly Cited List   [caption id="attachment_5704" align="alignnone" width="1353"] Pictured (left to right): Elke Arendt, John Cryan, Catherine Stanton and Paul Ross[/caption] Four APC Microbiome Ireland Principal Investigators feature More

Solving the Challenge of Antibiotic Resistance

Nov 16, 2017
How is antibiotic resistance influenced by the food supply chain? Dr Marcus Claesson at APC Microbiome Institute and Dr Peadar Lawlor at Teagasc are part of a new EU-funded project (ExcludeMRSA) on preventing transmission of MRSA to humans through competitive exclusion. This project will use More

APC Public Forum

Nov 3, 2017
Sport, Nutrition and the Microbiome Exercise and healthy eating are the most powerful ways in which we can influence our health.  If you are an aspiring sports person, are involved in training/coaching sports people or you would just like to learn a bit more about how to combine food and exer More

APC Microbiome Institute embraces Native Scientist

Oct 12, 2017
Promoting diversity in STEM through Portuguese Even though immigration is relatively new in Ireland, 10% of the students in Irish primary schools are immigrants. Having to manage culturally diverse classes is therefore a new challenge for Irish schools.   To avoid social exclusion and underac More

First Irish President of European Behavioural Pharmacology Society

Sep 5, 2017
Prof. John Cryan, First Irish President of European Behavioural Pharmacology Society Professor John Cryan, Head of Dept. Anatomy & Neuroscience and Principal Investigator in the APC Microbiome Institute has been selected to be the new President of European Behavioural Pharmacology Society ( More
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