Obesity, Microbiome, & Cancer: Mechanistic Considerations

NIH
9/9/21, 3:00 PM
America/New York GMT -4 summer

Description

Emerging evidence suggests that many dietary effects on human health and disease are mediated by actions of the GI microbiome. Clinical and preclinical evidence indicates the GI microbiome can regulate host inflammatory responses, metabolism, energy intake balance, and obesity outcomes, although the molecular mechanisms that control these pathways are poorly understood. The webinar will feature leading investigators whose work explores some of the pathways, models, and bacteria that are involved in influencing obesity and cancer outcomes.

 

This webinar is part of the NCI Obesity & Cancer Webinar Series, which aims to foster cross-disciplinary research on obesity that can help prevent, treat, and/or control cancer.

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Phil Daschner, Sharon Ross

Obesity, Microbiome, & Cancer: Mechanistic Considerations

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Speakers

Christian Jobin, Liza Makowski, Matam Vijay-Kumar, Stephen D. Hursting

 

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