Open Lab Wednesday has been cancel for April 6th as there is a free public talk at VPL by an expert panel of UBC researchers.
You need to RSVP on the UBC Life Sciences Institute (http://lsi.ubc.ca/2016/02/15/public-talk-your-microbiome-how-the-bugs-living-in-and-on-you-affect-your-health/)Website. No need to RSVP on Meetup.
Public Talk: Your Microbiome – How the Bugs Living in You and on You Affect Your Health.
What is my microbiome? How can microbes change the future of human health? What role does technology play? How do microbes affect women’s health? Can they lower my child’s risk of asthma? Join the discussion and learn the answers from our expert panel of UBC researchers.
Moderator: Linda Aylesworth – Reporter, Global BC News
Discussion Topics and Panelists
Bill Mohn – Professor, Department of Microbiology & Immunology, Life Sciences Institute, UBCWhat Everyone Should Know About Their Microbiome.
Brett Finlay – UBC Peter Wall Distinguished Professor, Department of Microbiology & Immunology, Michael Smith Laboratories, UBCHow Can Microbes Change the Future of Human Health?
Deborah Money, MD – Professor, Department of Obstetrics & Gynecology, UBC, VP, Research, BC Women’s Hospital + Health Centre, Women’s Health Research InstituteWomen’s Health: How is the Vaginal Microbiome Important?