Do the "wrong" bacteria cause Asthma?
- Trillions of bacteria living in your gut help maintain immune function
- Could having the wrong sort of bacteria cause Asthma? You could help us find out!
- Increasing "good" gut bacteria might be an exciting new Asthma treatment
Nottingham Trent University are recruiting participants for a study exploring the role of the gut bacteria in the development of Asthma to help inform future treatment.
The study is scheduled to start in January 2016.
Aged 18-50? Interested in learning more? Whether or not you have Asthma we would love for you to get in touch:
Paul Lester (PhD Student)