Dr. William Parker’s presentation on the impact of parasites, helminths, biofilms and viruses on the human immune system in a toxic environment.
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William Parker, PhD is an Associate Professor of Surgery at Duke University School of Medicine. His research interests include the promicrobial aspects of the immune system and investigating the immunological differences between laboratory-raised and wild-raised animals as a probe for differences between humans with and without modern medical care, respectively. This comprehensive approach has turned up unexpected and dramatic differences between the unhygienic and hygienic populations.
Many studies have reported abnormal gut microbiota in individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD), suggesting a link between gut microbiome and autism-like behaviors. Modifying the gut microbiome is
ARI partially funded research leading up to a new study that gut microbiota is sufficient to promote autism-like behaviors in mice. June 11, 2019 -- In a study published
William Parker, PhD is an Associate Professor of Surgery at Duke University School of Medicine. His research interests include the promicrobial aspects of the immune
Handouts are online at: http://www.ariconference.com/webinars/margolis.pdf Free certificates of participation are available online following successful completion of a brief knowledge quiz at: https://www.classmarker.com/online-test/login/ Kara Gross Margolis is a pediatric gastroenterologist whose clinical subspecialty