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Unveiling Health Insights: Nutrition, antibiotics, and immune resistance

Past event - 2024
13 May Doors Open 6:30pm
Start 7pm
End 9pm
The Lighthouse, 88 George's Street Lower,
Dublin A96 YA39
Join us at the Lighthouse Pub on Monday, May 13th at 7pm for discussing how our body “eats itself” in infection, antibiotic resistance development, and healthy immune systems!

Food Fight: How does your meal (and drinks!) affect immune system?

Maxim Nosenko (Post-Doctoral Researcher, Trinity College Dublin)
We are what we eat, right? Well, our immune system goes beyond that! My talk is about how nutrients control immunity, how our body “eats itself” in infection, and why metabolic health is so important.

Antibiotic Metabolites: Gaining Ground in the Race against Resistance

Mairéad Gallagher (PhD Researcher, Technological University Dublin)
Evaluating the potential connection between prolonged exposure to antibiotic metabolites and the development of enhanced resistance mechanisms in clinically relevant bacteria.

The Search for COVID-19 Resistors

Cian Reid (Post-Doctoral Researcher, Trinity College Dublin)
Do you know anyone who has not had COVID-19 despite exposure to infected individuals? They may be resistant. Resistors are difficult to identify, but they could have unique anti-viral immunity that could lead to new therapeutic strategies.
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