CT Microbiome Initiative – Research Collaborators
All CMI collaborators can be reached through our Contact Form. The links below provide an overview of specific resources available to help you accelerate your research program.
The Jackson Laboratory
- Department of Molecular and Cell Biology
- Professional Science Master’s Degree in Microbial Systems Analysis
- Microbiome in the School of Engineering
Tools for microbiome discovery and development providing complete sample workflow, scalability for low and high throughput experiments, and optimized protocols to maintain sample diversity
- Azitra targets the cause of skin disease by restoring the microbiome and utilizing it to deliver therapeutic proteins to the target.
- Farmers are now under great pressure to eliminate antibiotics & hormones, while maintaining current production levels. Bactana develops animal products that create healthy microbiomes.
- Artizan Biosciences is based on a discovery that allows this team to distinguish certain pathogenic bacteria from the remainder of the intestinal microbiota. The ability to target these specific bacteria could lead to treatment options for a number of digestive disorders as well as other diseases including obesity, autoimmune disease, and a wide variety of skin, lung and central nervous system (CNS) diseases.