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Please join ACT for our Annual Research Update on May 22, 2024 at 3:00pm Central Time.  Select research partners will be sharing the latest developments in microbiota transplant therapy in their respective fields of study with opportunities for questions from participants. This zoom webinar is complimentary, to register and reserve your spot, click the "Register Now" button.


Event Presenters:

Alexander Khoruts, M.D., Director of the Microbiota Therapeutics Program, University of Minnesota

One of the founding investigators of Microbiota Transplant Therapy (MTT), Dr. Khoruts directs the only academic program designing and providing microbiota therapeutics to clinical trials and C. difficile patients throughout the nation.


James Adams, Ph.D., Director of the Autism/Asperger's Research Program, Arizona State University

Khemlal Nirmalkar, Ph. D., Research Scientist at the Biodesign Center for Health Through Microbiomes, Arizona State University

Dr. Adams and Dr. Nirmalkar are pioneering gut microbiome research with Autism and Pitt Hopkins Syndrome patients.


Armin Rashidi, M.D., Ph.D., Hematology & Oncology, Fred Hutchison Cancer Center

Dr. Rashidi is investigating the impact of microbial restoration on patient outcomes after intensive cancer therapy.


Cyrus Jahansouz, M.D., Colon & Rectal Surgery, University of Minnesota

Dr. Jahansouz's research focuses on patient success post-colorectal surgery and minimizing the risk and prevalence of Anastomotic Leak through restoring patient gut bacteria composition.


Noah Goldfarb, M.D., Dermatology, University of Minnesota

Dr. Goldfarb supports patients with Hidradenitis Suppurativa, a chronic and painful skin condition, through research with microbiota therapeutics.


Amanda Kabage, Research Program Manager & Regulatory Specialist, University of Minnesota

Amanda guides patients with Autism and their families through the individual clinical trial process and has insight into their personal experiences receiving Microbiota Transplant Therapy.



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