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The new research priority area Personal Microbiome Health unites researchers in oral and gut microbiome science with public health, social and behavioural sciences, complexity- and data science. Together they receive 2,25 million euro from the University of Amsterdam to study complex host-microbiome-environment interactions.

Personal Microbiome Health is a research collaboration between ACTA, Amsterdam UMC and the Faculty of Science. It will be regularly hosted as theme group at the IAS.

Prof. dr. W. (Wim) Crielaard

Scientific Director of the Research Priority Area