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Dr. Brown’s “The Good Bugs, Bad Bugs Program” largest of four McMaster University projects to be funded through the Ontario Research Fund

IIDR’s Dr Eric Brown, lead investigator of “The Good Bugs, Bad Bugs Program” that received nearly $6 million from the province.

IIDR’s Dr. Eric Brown speaks to The Hamilton Spectator about his exciting new project “The Good Bugs, Bad Bugs Program”, recently made possible by the Ontario Research Fund. This exciting initiative will bring together investigators from the Farncombe Family Digestive Health Research Institute and the Michael G. DeGroote Institute for Infectious Disease Research, with the common goal of understanding the roles of good and bad microbes to human health and disease.

Read the full article in The Hamilton Spectator.

McMaster’s Good Bugs, Bad Bugs Program Offers a Multi-Disciplinary Approach to Microbial Research