APC researchers to lead two new MSCA Innovative Training Networks
APC Microbiome Ireland is delighted to announce that two of the six successful Innovative Training Networks (ITN) awarded by the EU to Irish universities this week, will be led by APC
Harvey and Harvetta, novel computational models for personalised medicine
Researchers, led by APC Principal Investigator Prof Ines Thiele based in NUI Galway, have developed whole-body computational models - Harvey and Harvetta - which advance the concept of personalised medicine.
Harvey and Harvetta
New microbiome research of practical value to patients
Two of the most important and largest microbiome studies ever undertaken in patients with chronic inflammatory bowel disease have been conducted by a team of researchers in Cork from APC Microbiome Ireland. The
World Microbiome Day @APC
Variety is the spice of life and this is certainly true when it comes to microbiomes - the communities of bacteria, fungi and viruses that are found just about everywhere. That’s why the theme for this year’s
Catherine Stanton receives the American Dairy Science Association® Distinguished Service Award
The American Dairy Science Association® (ADSA®) is pleased to announce Catherine Stanton as the 2020 recipient of the ADSA Distinguished Service Award. Stanton was recognized during the virtual ADSA Annual Meeting.
The ADSA Distinguished Service Award was created to recognize unusually
APC wishes to congratulate our long-term collaborators, the PrecisionBiotics Group, on their acquisition by the leading Danish bioinnovation company, Novozymes, in a €80 million deal.
“APC researchers have collaborated very closely with PrecisionBiotics for over two decades on the development of probiotics