Science is poised to unlock a new class of therapies that improve health by modulating the vast community of bacteria living within us. Already, we know that infusing microbiota from a healthy gut can treat the most common hospital-acquired infection in the country, C. difficile. Early signs suggest that the microbiome may have profound effects on human health.
We work with a broad spectrum of researchers exploring the microbiome's role, and facilitate collaborations across our network. If you are interested in proposing a research collaboration, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, along with the CVs of key study personnel.
Before submitting the form, we encourage you to review our Research Collaboration Guide, Quality Metrics, Research FAQs, and Microbiome Primer before submission to inform your proposal. Once you submit the email, our Scientific Advisory Board will review your request and reach out to discuss how we can best support you and your research goals.
We tailor our involvement in investigations on an individual basis, usually blending the following tools and services:
As we continue to grow, we also continue to prioritize enhancing this set of tools to meet the increasing need for new skills and technology in this space. If you're interested in partnering with OpenBiome and using one of our services, please contact us at email@example.com describing your research goals.
- Clinical Research Collaboration Guide
- Basic Science Collaboration Guide and Collaboration Request Form
- Quality Metrics
- Research FAQs
- Microbiome Primer