The Neonatal Gut Microbiome

CPD
28m
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Lecture Overview

This incredibly detailed and research-based presentation will provide you with the absolute latest and most up-to-date research in the area of the microbiome. Learn about the difference between 'microbiota' and 'microbiome', and how researchers think that the neonatal microbiota actually originates. And most importantly, watch this presentation to settle that argument of whether or not delivery mode of a baby contributes to their microbiome...

Educators

Portrait of Marloes Dekker Nitert
Marloes Dekker Nitert

Dr Marloes Dekker Nitert is a Senior Lecturer in the School of Chemistry and Molecular Biosciences at The University of Queensland. Marloes is a biomedical researcher with a PhD from Lund University in Sweden. Her research focuses on the role of metabolism in complications of pregnancy. She currently heads a laboratory research group studying the role of the gut microbiota in pregnancy and pregnancy complications, placental gene expression and epigenetic markers in pregnancy complications. Marloes works closely together with clinician-scientists and clinicians at the Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital. She is part of the SPRING RCT team which assessed if probiotics can prevent gestational diabetes mellitus in overweight and obese women. Marloes is a scientific representative on the SOMANZ council. See Educator Profile

Details
CPD28m of CPD
First Published18 July 2018
Updated18 July 2018
Expires
16 May 2020
Topics
Midwifery
Research
Neonatal
Maternal and Child Health
Evidence-Based Practice
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