Nutrition plays a critical role in shaping microbiome health. Learn how researchers at Mount Sinai’s Institute for Exposomic Research unveil the complex relationship between human diet and the gut microbiome.
The Gut and Microbiome Lunchtime Chat has generated many follow up questions. Gain in-depth insights on the impact of nutrition on gut health from a leading expert in the field.
Study Finds: Exposure to PFAS Found in Everyday Products Is Linked to Significantly Reduced Fertility
Researchers from Mount Sinai Institute for Exposomic Research found that exposure to chemicals commonly found in drinking water and everyday household products may result in reduced fertility in women by as much as 40 percent
The gut microbiome is the community of microorganisms that live in the digestive tract and play a crucial role in human health. Dr. Walker will explain how the types of food we eat can affect the balance of bacteria in our gut and impact our overall health. Dr. Walker will also explore the potential benefits…
The fifth session of the 2022 Lunchtime Chats, featuring Chris Gennings, PhD, Director of the Division of Biostatistics and Professor, Department of Environmental Medicine and Public Health; and Professor, Department of Population Health Science and Policy, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai
The second session of the 2022 Lunchtime Chats, featuring Scott Sicherer, MD, Elliot and Roslyn Jaffe Professor of Allergy, Immunology and Pediatrics and Director of the Jaffe Food Allergy Institute, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai
Exposure to PFAS is associated with numerous health outcomes, with children being especially vulnerable. Learn about PFAS exposures and how to protect yourself and your family from it.
Foods are a major source of exposure to both nutritional factors that support good health as well as chemicals that contribute to disease risk. For this reason, dietary exposures are a significant part of the exposome.
A new innovative tool, developed by biostatistician Chris Gennings, PhD, of the Institute for Exposomic Research at Mount Sinai, allows scientists to study how diet can counteract the effects of harmful environmental exposures