Centre for Translational Microbiome Research (CTMR)
CTMR aims to better understand the contribution of the human microbiome to physiology and pathophysiology with the goal to open opportunities for development of novel therapies in the area of gastroenterology, reproductive health, neonatology and cancer.
CTMR and Covid-19
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Dagens Nyheter: "Tecken på bukspottkörtelcancer finns i tarmfloran"
Signs of pancreatic cancer are found in the intestinal flora
March 21, 2022
Juan Du, Recipient of Ingvar Carlsson Award 2017-2021 from Stiftelsen för Strategisk Forskning (SSF)
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Oncobiome website launched
"Why the recent Rebiotix trial result is a bigger deal many seem to think…"
"Last week, Ferring-owned microbiome firm Rebiotix reported positive preliminary findings from its phase 3 trial for RBX2660 – an investigational, non-antibiotic, microbiome-based therapy developed to reduce Clostridioides difficile (C. diff) infection recurrences."
Read more here.
Microbiome and health on Medicinveterna podcast
Lars Engstrand interviewed about the impact of the microbiome on health and disease on KI's podcast Medicinveterna. January 2020, in Swedish.
The Million Microbiome of Humans Project and CTMR
The five-year Million Microbiome of Humans Project (MMHP) is now underway, as KI researchers begin leading the efforts to construct a genome atlas of the human microbiome.
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Lars Engstrand on Malou efter tio
Lars Engstrand featured on Swedish National TV4 November 2019 discussing treatment for bacterial vaginosis (in Swedish)
CTMR forms collaboration with the BGI Group
MGI Tech Co., Ltd. (MGI), a subsidiary of BGI Group, have announced a collaboration in microbiome research with the Centre for Translational Microbiome Research (CTMR) at Karolinska Institutet.
SweMaMi: The Swedish Maternal Microbiome Project
With this large project we would like to explore how the microbiome during pregnancy is related to pregnancy-related medical problems in expecting mothers and their babies
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