The Microbiome Research Centre (MRC) is Australia’s first research centre solely dedicated to studying the microbiota in health and disease.
Our research is highly collaborative and explores the role of the microbiome in several globally significant diseases.
Meet the team of dedicated scientists leading the research on the microbiome across several disciplines of medicine.
We are harnessing the expertise of several institutions across the globe to deliver world-class research on the microbiome in human health.
Researching the intriguing world of microbes and their influence on us
Delivering world-class discoveries in Sydney, Australia
Collaborating nationally, internationally and across several disciplines
Translating our microbiome discoveries into clinical practice
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Australia’s first Microbiome Research Centre
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Paper via: https://bit.ly/3nkjWln
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