PhD defence on the effects of gut microbes on the gut metabolism

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Tine Rask Licht
Professor, Head of Research Group
National Food Institute
+4535 88 71 86
The National Food Institute invites to Karolina Sulek’s PhD defence on how useful bacteria, probiotics, and useful carbohydrates, prebiotics, influence the composition of substances, which are formed by the bacteria in the gut. The defence takes place 8 January 2013 at 13.00.

In her PhD, Karolina Sulek from the National Food Institute has shown that the metabolism in the gut microbiota from patients with inflammation in the large intestine differs on significant counts from the metabolism in the gut microbiota from healthy human beings. The PhD project also studied how probiotics and prebiotics influence the metabolism in healthy human beings and animals.

See the invitation (pdf) for Karolina Sulek’s PhD defence of the thesis: Bacterial Impact on the Gut Metabolome

Time

Tuesday 8 January 2013 at 13.00

Place
National Food Institute
Mørkhøj Bygade 19
Room C-102
2860 Søborg
https://www.food.dtu.dk/english/news/2012/12/phd_defence_on_the_effects_of_-gut_microbes_on_the_gut_metabolism?id=175e1403-6a75-42a4-99f1-92fea0221955
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