Improving the gut microbiome to heal inflammatory bowel diseases

Video series: Translating Research


In this episode, we hear how Associate Professor Robert Bryant is using microbial manipulation to help fight inflammatory bowel disease (IBD).

We learn about:

  • how changes in the gut microbiota could be driving increased rates of IBD worldwide
  • how faecal microbiota transplantation (FMT) and dietary strategies can improve IBD

About the researcher

Associate Professor Rob Bryant is Head of the Inflammatory Bowel Disease service at The Queen Elizabeth Hospital and leads the Inflammatory Bowel Disease Research Group at the Basil Hetzel Institute. 


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