CTMR Bug Corner
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Prof Paul Cotter is the Head of Food Biosciences at Teagasc, is a Principal Investigator with the large Irish Research Centres, APC Microbiome Ireland, VistaMilk and Food for Health Ireland, co-ordinator of the EU project, MASTER, and CTO/co-founder of SeqBiome, a microbiome sequencing and bioinformatics service provider. He is a molecular microbiologist, with a particular focus on the microbiology of foods (especially fermented foods), the food chain and of humans, as well as probiotics and postbiotics. Prof Cotter is the author of >350 peer-reviewed, was included in the Clarivate list of highly cited researchers for 2018-2021 and is the Field Chief Editor of Frontiers in Microbiology (the most cited microbiology journal).
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Samuli Rautava acts as the Head of Department at the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit of the Helsinki University Hospital and Assistant Professor of Neonatology at the University of Helsinki, Finland.
Dr. Rautava's research focuses on the long-term health consequences of perinatal and neonatal exposures and particularly the clinical significance of early gut microbiome development and its perturbations. His translational approach consists of clinical trials, register studies, and close collaboration with experts in microbiology, bioinformatics and experimental animal models.