Nutrition Lecture Series
Eating for One, Feeding Trillions: Gut Bacteria and Your Health
Todd Gray, Ph.D.
Research Scientist, NYSDOH Wadsworth Center
We have co-evolved with resident microbes that vastly outnumber our own human cells. Recent innovations in DNA sequencing technologies are helping us to comprehend the complexity and importance of this intimate relationship that links our health to the gut microbial community.
|Monday, March 2, 2015 | 7:00 PM
Russell Sage College
The Schacht Fine Arts Center
5 Division Street, Troy, N.Y.
|Presented by [CDPHP]|
Free and open to the public.
1 CPEU will be awarded to RDs and DTRs | Key CDR Learning Codes that apply include: 2000, 2050
Dr. Todd Gray is a broadly trained molecular biologist with research interests encompassing epigenetics, virology, and bacteriology. He is currently focused on several NIH-funded research projects of mycobacteria, the bacterial family that includes the causative agents of tuberculosis and leprosy. In addition to his genomics research at the Wadsworth Center, he teaches graduate courses in bioethics, epigenetics, virology, and bacteriology.