Our mission is to accelerate the process of development of new and efficient treatments for currently incurable  diseases by providing the breakthrough theoretical platform to the scientific community, by engaging the scientific community to elaborate on these theories and finally by involving the scientific community and entrepreneurs to translate the accumulated knowledge into the novel therapies taking humankind a leap forward in its longevity.

Our mission is based upon the following principles:


Our primary focus in our studies is the role of the human microbiota in human health and lifespan. Our breakthrough concepts already allowed us to evaluate previously unknown regulatory pathways beyond human health which provide a framework for reaching new therapeutic targets and to enhance the level of efficacy of treatment for the next generation.

We will stay committed to being at the cutting edge of science as we believe that this will ensure  progress in scientific thought, development and leadership.


The Human Microbiology Institute performs research for the public interest. We have set a solid theoretical platform and indicated pathways for research in that area. We are proud and eager to share this knowledge with the scientific community worldwide to enhance our understanding of the host-microbiota interactions and ensure further exploration of our theories.

To ensure the continued development of these innovations, we also aim for excellence in molding young scientists to be leaders of tomorrow’s novel concepts and research.

We believe this will accelerate translation of our knowledge and concepts into therapeutic options for people who need them.


A combination of the breakthrough science and shared theoretical platform is a key to success. However, a collaboration with thought leaders in science and business will definitely put us on a fast track to a more rapid application of our ideas and innovations. HMI has formed collaborations with a number of researchers, universities, hospitals, biotech companies and other life science organizations. These collaborations yield a multidisciplinary approach and provide a broad range of theoretical and technical expertise.

We believe that our combined efforts will achieve human health improvement and a greater longevity globally.