Photo Credit: Kefeng Niu
V.L. Hale, C.L. Tan, K. Niu, Y. Yang, Q. Zhang, R. Knight, K.R. Amato. 2019. Gut microbiota in wild and captive Guizhou snub-nosed monkeys, Rhinopithecus brelichi. American Journal of Primatology. Link. PDF.
Vanessa and David attend the Purdue Microbiome Symposium: Predicting and Controlling Microbiomes for Health, Industry, and the Environment.
Great work to everyone involved in this study!
G.B. Saffouri, R. Shields-Cutler, J. Chen, Y. Yang, H.R. Lekatz, V.L. Hale, J.M. Cho, E.J. Battaglioli, Y. Bhattarai, K.J. Thompson, K.K. Kalari, G. Behera, J.C. Berry, S.A. Peters, R. Patel, A.N. Schuetz, J.J. Faith, M. Camilleri, J.L. Sonnenburg, G. Farrugia, J.R. Swann, M. Grover, D. Knights, P.C. Kashyap. 2019. Small intestinal microbial composition is more relevant than quantitative small intestinal culture in patients with gastrointestinal symptoms. Nature Communications. Accepted. Link. PDF.
Vanessa gives a talk entitled “What’s All the Fuss About the Microbiome?” at the Midwest Veterinary Conference.
The OSU Infectious Diseases Institute features a story about the Math and the Microbiome Workshop (October 2018) co-lead by Matthew Sullivan, Vanessa Hale, and Adriana Dawes.
Vanessa presented a special topics lecture at the American Association for Laboratory Animal Science National Meeting in Baltimore, MD. Read about the presentation in this LAS Pro magazine article.