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 TUC Radio: 
 Argonne National Lab. and University of Chicago
 Weekly Program
 Maria Gilardin  
 For non-profit use only.
Dr. Jack Gilbert is on a mission to induce love, understanding and respect for bacteria.

He has formidable academic credential with the Argonne National Lab. He is the group leader for Microbial Ecology in the Biosciences Division, and manages the Earth Microbiome Project. That's an ongoing effort to characterize the microbial diversity of our planet. And he is an Associate Professor in the Department of Ecology and Evolution at the University of Chicago, and the Associate Director of the Institute for Genomic and Systems Biology.

In this one hour lecture given in June 2015 in Chicago Dr. Jack Gilbert explains that we are unable to survive without the trillions of bacterial cells inside and on our bodies. He describes how they influence our health and how the way we live and eat in return influences the microbiome. He also discusses recent research into the relationship of our microbiome with diseases such as Alzheimer’s, autism and cancer.
The talk was recorded by Dale Lehman (WZRD), at the International House in Chicago on June 5, 2015.

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00:29:30 English 2015-06-05
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