Microbes help shape help neural development, brain biochemistry, and behavior. As research in human application advances, the gut-brain axis may be a potent target for mental disorders and diseases including anxiety and depression as well as Parkinson’s disease, Alzheimer’s disease, schizophrenia and autism.
Join global researchers for MIND, MOOD & MICROBES, the 1st international conference on the microbiota and gut-brain axis. Focused on basic research and clinical applications, the program is designed for academics, health professionals and health industries.
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