Microbiome Movement Gut - Brain Axis Summit

Date: 14 - 16 November, 2018 Location: Boston, MA, USA

DuPont Nutrition & Health are proud to be an Expertise partner at the 2nd Microbiome Movement Gut - Brain Axis Summit.

As part of the Microbiome Movement Series  this event will enable a deeper mechanistic understanding of microbiota-host interactions across a range of complex CNS diseases including Parkinson’s, MS, ASD, PTSD, Stress & Depression.  Through data driven case studies showcasing the latest pre-clinical and clinical research, uncover the role of multiple metabolic and immune-mediated pathways that are being proven to show an effect in the cause and development of CNS disease. This is your chance to get to grips with the latest animal and clinical data proving the communication between gut and brain is real and ultimately capitalize on this exciting therapeutic opportunity.

As part of ‘The Role of the Gut-Brain Axis in Neuropsychiatric Conditions’ stream, Elaine Patterson, Senior Scientist, DuPont Nutrition & Health will present 9.30 DuPont HOWARU® Probiotics Show Positive Impact on Stress and Anxiety Attributes at 09.30 - 10.00 on Friday November 16th.

DuPont will have experts present throughout the event, so please do take this opportunity to connect with them.

Find out more about the event here.

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