The double-blind placebo-controlled study in healthy volunteers showed for the first time that a probiotic enables better stress management by changing the central processing of stress stimuli.
Dr Eamonn Quigley, our colleague, was awarded an SFI St Patrick's Day Science medal for excellence in research.
Alimentary Health and Science Foundation Ireland invest 3.4m in Microbe Mom, a project investigating the role played by the human microbiome in pregnancy and infant development.
The symposium, held at the Royal Society of Medicine in London, was chaired by Dr. Ayesha Akbar and attended by some of the UK’s leading gastroenterologists. Attendees discussed presentations by an international panel of experts. This included discussion of the clinical trial data on the 35624® culture in Alflorex®.
The Knowledge Transfer Ireland Awards recognise successful Knowledge transfer collaborations between Irish Higher Education Institutes, publicly funded research organisations and local and international businesses.