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Rebecca Wall is a Swedish Postdoctoral Scientist working in the Alimentary Pharmabiotic Centre (APC) for the last 3 years. She holds an MSc in Chemistry from The University of Kalmar, Sweden (awarded in 2003), and a PhD in Microbiology from APC/University College Cork (awarded in 2008). She has been living in Ireland since 2003. Her current research involves the human gut microbiota and how this influences host health, and at present, she is working on the influence of metabolically active strains on host fatty acid metabolism and physiology.
UCC's Professor Eamonn Quigley has been awarded an International Leadership Award from the American College of Gastroenterology, the first person to be given this award worldwide. He received the award, in part, for helping train doctors in the second and third world in gastroenterology. He has been involved with the development of 14 training centres for doctors from Central and South America, Africa and Asia. This year he taught on the World Gastroenterology Organisation "Train-the-Trainers" courses for international leaders in gastroenterology in Chennai, India and Porto Allegre, Brazil. He also acts as a volunteer for the Swinfen Charitable trust which provides medical advice to doctors in the third world, his advice being in the area of gastroenterology. " It's good to give s...
A one thousand year old Anglo-Saxon remedy for eye infections which originates from a manuscript in the British Library has been found to kill the modern-day superbug MRSA in an unusual research collaboration at The University of Nottingham. Dr Christina Lee, an Anglo-Saxon expert from the School of English has enlisted the help of microbiologists from University’s Centre for Biomolecular Sciences to recreate a 10th century potion for eye infections from Bald’s Leechbook an Old English leatherbound volume in the British Library, to see if it really works as an antibacterial remedy. The Leechbook is widely thought of as one of the earliest known medical textbooks and contains Anglo-Saxon medical advice and recipes for medicines, salves and treatments. Early results on the 'potion', test...
The APC Microbiome Institute, (APC; http://apc.ucc.ie ) is a research institute funded by Science Foundation Ireland and industry partners. The APC Microbiome Institute, a partnership between University College Cork, Teagasc, the Irish Agriculture and Food Development Authority, and the Cork Institute of Technology, focuses on research in gastrointestinal health.
1st place winners in the 17 and over category of the Alimentary Pharmabiotic Centre's Science Raps 2011 are James Carr on vocals and production and editing by Eoghan Calnan. with additional support from actors: Luke Delaney, James Meeke, David O'Neill and John Spillane. The entry was submitted from Colaiste on Spiorad Naoimh in Cork with the track entitled "The Chemistry of Life".
www.pharmabiotic.org Pr. Philippe Marteau, as a gastroenterologist, wants to be sure that a prescribed pharmabiotic has "evidence of efficacy"; medical products that have been verified and tested through clinical trials. Pr. Marteau prescribes pharmabiotics in particular in cases of antibiotic-associated diarrhea, gastroenteritis, and, in research applications, patients suffering from inflammatory bowel disease. The PRI is a European association which strives to make Live Biotherapeutic Products a pharmaceutical reality. Focusing the expertise and experience of over 30 probiotics researchers, developers, producers, and pharmaceutical companies, the PRI benefits from actors in both the private and public spheres. Our organization works to adapt the current pharmaceutical legislation so t...
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Speaker: Souad Skalli - Assistant Professor of Ethnobotany at Mohammed V University of Rabat In this lecture Souad shares her knowledge about adverse drug reactions associated with herbal medicines and specificity of herbal medicines pharmacovigilance compared to pharmacovigilance of conventional drugs. Find out more here: https://www.who-umc.org/education-training/education-training/ Follow UMC: Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/UMCGlobalSafety Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/UppsalaMonitoringCentre
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Science Raps Challenge is a new competition organised by the Alimentary Pharmabiotic Centre at Univeristy College Cork and Teagasc Moorepark for Science Week Ireland 2009. Science Rapper Jonathan chase challenges you to video a rap for Science Week Ireland 2009 on the theme of "Celebrating Innovation and Creativity" showing how innovation and creativity contribute to science and innovation. Great prizes (laptops and Flip video cameras) for 16 years and under and 17 years and over. All competition details can be found on http://microbemagic.ucc.ie The Alimentary Phamabiotic Centre (http://apc.ucc.ie) is funded by Science Foundation Ireland and industry.
The Alimentary Pharmabiotic Centre http://apc.ucc.ie is a Science Foundation Ireland-funded national research centre in food and medicine. The APC spans across University College Cork, Teagasc (Ireland's Agriculture & Food Development Authority) and Cork Institute of Technology. APC's research explores how bacteria in the gut impact on population health, leading to the development of future foods and medicines.
Professor Michael Molloy and Dr. Emmet Byrne, former Irish international, discuss a new study that proves rugby players really do have great guts. Researchers from the Alimentary Pharmabiotic Centre in Cork looked at the effect exercise and diet have on the diversity of bacteria in the gut, high diversity is associated with good overall health. Players from the Irish international squad were studied over an extended period and compared with control groups. It was found that rugby players have an exceptionally diverse gut flora. This was not found to be down to diet alone. Exercise was found to be a key factor.
www.pharmabiotic.org Dr. Bernalier of INRA discusses the possible consequences of a disturbance in the human gut microbiota. The PRI is a European association which strives to make Live Biotherapeutic Products a pharmaceutical reality. Focusing the expertise and experience of over 30 probiotics researchers, developers, producers, and pharmaceutical companies, the PRI benefits from actors in both the private and public spheres. Our organization works to adapt the current pharmaceutical legislation so that it may be applied to the particular nature of pharmabiotics.
Aime, commente, abonne-toi ! N'hésite pas à laisser dans les commentaires d'autres idées reçues pour de prochaines vidéos. MERCI DE LIRE LA LEGENDE : Pour notre projet sur les idées reçues nous avons décidé de réaliser une vidéo de vulgarisation scientifique. Elle est destinée à un public jeune, plus précisément à des lycéens de section scientifique. Elle a pour but de les informer sur des processus qui ne sont pas régulés par des gênes. Afin d'approfondir vos connaissances sur le sujet voici quelques articles : x Auto-assemblage de la capside: https://www.universalis.fr/encyclopedie/autoassemblage-viral/ x Auto-organisation des microtubules : Éléments de biologie à l'usage d'autres disciplines. Jacques Demongeot, Philippe Tracqui x Microbiote et comportement : http://www.gutmicro...
This is a rap about the spectrometer. The competition is organised by the Alimentary Pharmabiotic Centre (APC), University College Cork and Teagasc Moorepark, Cork Made By: Robn Flynn, Sean Hassett, Conor Conway. With Lyrics by Duncan Moss
Science Rap for UCC - The competition is organised by the Alimentary Pharmabiotic Centre (APC), University College Cork and Teagasc Moorepark, Cork and the initiative was inspired by the Large Hadron Rap which has had more than 5 million hits on YouTube. Young science rapper, Jon Chase was commissioned by the APC to compose a rap to challenge Irish students to compose and video a Rap on this years Science Week theme: Celebrating Creativity and Innovation showing how creativity and innovation contribute to science and technology. Jon Chase is a young researcher in Science Communication at the University of Glamorgan, Wales and holds undergraduate degrees in aerospace engineering, and science and science fiction. His Rap can be found on You Tube on the Pharmabiotic channel.
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