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Start Date:2/25/2021

Start Time:11:00 AM EST

Duration:60 minutes

Abstract:

The evolution of anything suggests the future, a new era and betterment.

In the dawn of a new year IPAs first 2021 webinar will touch on new concepts which may be based on older thought processes. Starting with good microbes tied to the decrease of communicable disease, then we explore circadian rhythms and how gut microbes dislike like vampirical situations and conclude with the idea of Pavlovian conditioning; there are things that do not need to be learned but are hard wired into their reflexes. Can bacteria surroundings react to changes in their environments and how this may influence human health in the future?

Speakers

Dr Bruno Pot

Guest Professor
Vrije Universiteit Brussel

Bruno graduated from the University of Gent, Belgium. In subsequent postdocs he performed research on lactic acid bacteria. In 1997 he joined the company Yakult as science manager Benelux. Until today he is Guest Professor at the Vrije Universiteit Brussel. Since 2016 Bruno is back with Yakult as Science Director Europe. He is member of the Taxonomic Subcommittee for Lactobacillus and Bifidobacterium, President of the Pharmabiotic Research Institute, and board member of ILSI-EU and the LABIP.

Joe Alcock

Professor in the Department of Emergency Medicine
University of New Mexico

Dr. Alcock received his MD from UCLA in 1997. He completed residency in emergency medicine at the University of New Mexico and holds graduate degrees in clinical research from the University of New Mexico and neurobiology and behavior from Cornell University. In addition to his clinical practice at the busiest level 1 trauma center in New Mexico, Dr. Alcock teaches evolutionary biology to undergraduates and medical students and pursues research on the effects of stress and circadian disruption on the microbiome. His current research interests include the effects of night shift work on the oral microbiome of emergency physicians.

Colin Hill

Professor of Microbiology
University College Cork, Cork, Ireland

Colin Hill is a molecular microbiologist and a Professor in the School of Microbiology and Principal Investigator in APC Microbiome Ireland in University College Cork, Ireland. He has published almost 600 peer-reviewed scientific papers.

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