The Microbiome Forum

‘Enhancing Knowledge and Patient Care: A New Basic and Translational Horizon in Medicine’.

Germ-Free Facility

When - Mondays

Time - 3 PM

Where - Physiology Building, Room 203  

 

Microbiome Research Vision

Our primary short-term goal is to provide opportunities for interaction and collaboration among the microbiome research community at all of the Johns Hopkins University campuses. Our long-term goal is to foster basic and translational microbiome research to advance the prevention and treatment of human diseases.

Bloomberg School of Public Health

615 N. Wolf Street, W3615

Baltimore, MD 21205

Director: Cindy Sears

Manager: Hua Ding

Technican: Victor Eromosele

Our Johns Hopkins Research Sites

Johns Hopkins School of Medicine

Bayview Medical Center

Johns Hopkins University

Johns Hopkins APL

Cynthia Sears

Tel: 410-614-8378
Lab: 410-955-9686

 

Elizabeth Alexander

Tel: 410-614-4225
 

 

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Hopkins germ free facility.