Working with the Human Microbiology Institute.

Scientists at the Human Microbiology Institute are conducting groundbreaking research to uncover the causes and triggers of lifespan and age-related diseases, including but not limited to Alzheimer’s diseases, Parkinson’s diseases, dementia, infectious diseases, and antibiotic resistance, that impact millions of people worldwide.

To advance our understanding of the multifaceted role of the human microbiota in these diseases, each of our studies is conducted by researchers from a wide range of scientific disciplines. To this end, the HMI Collaboration office is currently establishing partnerships with academic institutions, research groups, educational programs, and the scientific community worldwide.

We believe that we can best achieve these goals by forming partnerships with other researchers and combining our strengths and capabilities. We therefore welcome collaborations in any scope of our research to both accelerate our work and enhance the translation of our findings to new therapeutic products.