On June 10th, 2021, a new online symposium will be organized, as sponsored satellite program of Nutrition Live Online 2021, on the topic of “Balancing planetary and human health: the crucial role of biodiversity“.
Joël Doré, PhD, will be one of the speakers at the conference. More specifically, he will talk about “Gut microbiome diversity: link between food, gut microbiota and health”.
Who is Joël Doré, PhD?
Joël is Research Director at INRAE Micalis Institute “Food and Gut Microbiology for Human Health” and Scientific Director of MetaGenoPolis, a INRAE research unit expert in human and animal microbiome research and laureate of the national “Futures Investment” program.
Gut microbial ecologist by training, Joël pioneered intestinal metagenomics towards food-microbe-host interactions as well as diagnostic applications.
With more than 30 years of academic research and more than 220 publications (H Index 69), Joël aims to provide a better understanding of man-microbes symbiosis towards personalized preventive nutrition and precision medicine.
Joël is laureate of the ERC-Advanced Homo.symbiosus ; co-founder and scientific advisor of www.maat-pharma.com, a startup company dedicated to provide safe and standardized microbiotherapy solutions for the reconstruction of host-microbes symbiosis in the context of programmed clinical interventions inducing dysbiosis. Member of the BoD of GMfH, he supports the www.gutmicrobiotaforhealth.com scientific web-platform.