Gut health

The gut is home to trillions and trillions of microbes that have an active role to play in both animal and human health.

These microbial communities (i.e. the microbiota), and individual members have been shown to modulate immune function, provide resistance against invading pathogens, and help with digestion of dietary substrates.

Notably, disturbances in the microbiota are correlated with numerous diseases.

The Norwich Research Park is a hub for basic and translational research, right up to clinical trials, that examines the role of the microbiota, and specific microbial species, and how they positively or negatively influence health.   

Scientists working on gut health across the Norwich Research Park, by institute are;

University of East Anglia

Quadram Institute

Earlham Institute

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