News and Events

 

The Chang Lab has begun enrollment for a clinical trial. Find information here:

 

 

(12/19) Congratulations to our collaborator, Dr. Dimitra Skondra, on receiving the ARVO Foundation for Eye Research’s 2019 ARVO Foundation/Genentech Age-related Macular Degeneration Research Fellowship.

(11/19) Read Dr. Leone being highlighted in The Liver Meeting Today.

SIG Program Highlights Growing Knowledge of Gut Microbiome’s Role in NAFLD

Congratulations to Drs. Jun Miyoshi and Sawako Miyoshi on their recent return to Japan.

Check out the new Microbiome Center and Microbiome Medicine Program to increase our understanding of the microbiome

https://microbiome.uchicago.edu/

(02/19) Read this interview of Dr. Chang for Crain’s Chicago Business Magazine about his discovery of AVpeptides and how it led to the formation of AVnovum.

https://www.chicagobusiness.com/innovators/game-changer-those-weakened-immune-systems

(02/19) Read this interesting article by Folabomi Oladosu, PhD,
post-doctoral researcher specializing in pain and women’s health at NorthShore University HealthSystem and Intern at Duchossois Family Institute

https://voices.uchicago.edu/dfiwellnews/2019/02/14/stent-me-once-thats-on-me-stent-me-twice-thats-on-my-gut-bacteria/

(06/17)Read about Drs. Kristina Martinez and Patty Ojeda’s Research in About Health on-line magazine

http://obesity.about.com/od/The-Biology-of-Obesity/fl/Gut-Bacteria-May-Affect-Body-Weight.htm

(08/15) Read Megan Diddie’s interview with Dr. Chang on the Human Microbiome in Graphic Medicine

http://www.graphicmedicine.org/the-human-microbiome-megan-diddie-interviews-dr-eugene-b-chang/

(05/15) Listen to Drs. Chang and Leone discuss their recent study on the gut microbiota on the Microbiome Podcast

http://directory.libsyn.com/episode/index/id/3559445

(01/13) Watch Dr. Chang in action in this recent news article about the gut microbiota

http://chicagotonight.wttw.com/2013/01/15/groundbreaking-research-importance-bacteria

(04/14) Watch Dr. Vanessa Leone  discuss careers in Medical Research on Lab TV!