Clinical Microbiomics sponsored the FinnBrain Congress

We were very happy to sponsor the FinnBrain Congress, taking place 8-9 June in Turku, Finland. Our colleague Jessica Lin, Business Development Manager, was onsite to discuss the use of microbiome and metabolome data to improve our understanding of prenatal and early life stress.

Accumulating evidence shows that prenatal and early postnatal stress is critical for childhood development and health. A decade ago, the FinnBrain Birth Cohort was set up in Turku, aiming to gain greater understanding of exactly this.

At Clinical Microbiomics, we are committed to helping researchers find new ways to impact health and disease and the gut-brain axis is an area of increasingly high interest.

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