Bioelectronic Tools to Study the Gut-Brain Axis

In this presentation, Prof. Róisín M. Owens from the University of Cambridge, UK, discusses how she and her research team are generating advanced cell culture models with integrated monitoring and sensing capabilities by using 3D cell biology and bioelectronics. Their work aims to shed light on the role of microbiota in gut-brain-microbiome communication.

This presentation was part of a Lunch and Learn titled “Advanced In Vitro Culture Systems and Their Applications in Host-Pathogen Interaction Studies,” hosted at the STEMCELL facility in Cambridge, UK, in May, 2023.
Publish Date: June 30, 2023