I Study Poop – Adventures of Scientists on the Front Line

Hi Brain-Gut Lovers! Today I am introducing a new section of the blog that I am really excited about. Drum roll please.....Da da da daaaaaaa I Study Poop: Adventures of Scientists on the Front Line Today we are catching up with Arielle Radin, currently at New York University, and about to head to Tel Aviv University, regarding some … Continue reading I Study Poop – Adventures of Scientists on the Front Line

#4 Friday Fun Fact – Yellow Soup

Happy 'Thanksgiving Recovery Day' everyone. I hope that your turkey is well digested and moving steadily down your transit line. For those of your feeling a little over indulged, fear not, some Yellow Soup might be your answer... Fecal microbiome transplants (FMT's) are big news, being touted as a panacea for most all human ills, from C.difficile infection to … Continue reading #4 Friday Fun Fact – Yellow Soup

#3 Friday Fun Fact – Breaking Research @ Society for Neuroscience

Good morning gut lovers!!  I am back in the New York fall after a deeply inspiring, though totally exhausting, trip to sunny San Diego for the annual Society for Neuroscience (SFN) conference. The residents of SD must still be reeling after some 32,000 neuroscientists (and their poster tubes) descended on their city to indulge in a … Continue reading #3 Friday Fun Fact – Breaking Research @ Society for Neuroscience