Asia Microbiota Bank
Gut microbiome modulation in patients suffering from Irritable Bowel syndrome following faecal microbiota transplantation
演讲题目:Gut microbiome modulation in patients suffering from Irritable Bowel syndrome following faecal microbiota transplantation
Asia Microbiota Bank
Subramanya Rao 目前就职于亚洲微生物银行。
他于 2013 年在香港大学取得分子微生物学专业博士学位，就读期间曾经获得 prestigious postgraduate student scholarship 奖学金。
Dr. Subramanya Rao is the Research Scientist and Laboratory Manager at Asia Microbiota Bank in Hong Kong. Dr. Rao has earned B.Sc in Biosciences and M.Sc in Microbiology in India. He won the prestigious postgraduate student scholarship in environmental research at The University of Hong Kong, and was awarded a PhD in Molecular Microbiology in 2013.
Dr. Rao has spent over 10 years researching on extreme environments. He has particularly focused on finding microbial life in hot and cold desert environments. Currently, as a research scientist at Asia Microbiota Bank, his research focus is on “Understanding the gut microbiome for Fecal Microbiota Transplantation”. He has published some of the pivotal findings in his field and has led several large international research projects. Below is the list of some of his publications.
Peer Reviewed Publications
1. Luke R. Thompson et al & The Earth Microbiome Project Consortium (Subramanya Rao) (2017). A communal catalogue reveals Earth’s multiscale microbial diversity. Nature:doi:10.1038/nature24621.
2. Sean T.S Wei, Donnabella C. Lacap-Bugler, Maggie C.Y. Lau, Tancredi Caruso, Subramanya Rao, Asunción de los Rios, Stephen K. Archer, Jill M.Y. Chiu, Colleen Higgins, Joy D. Van Nostrand, JiZhong Zhou, David W. Hopkins and Stephen B. Pointing (2016). Taxonomic and functional diversity of soil and hypolithic microbial communities in Miers Valleys, Mc Murdo Valleys, Antartica. Front. Microbiol. doi: 10.338 9/fmicb.2016.01642. (IF 4.076)
3. Lu X, Rao S, Shen Z, Lee PK. (2013) Substrate induced emergence of different active bacterial and archaeal assemblages during biomethane production. Bioresour Technol 148: 517-524 (IF 5.039). #Highlighted by the Renewable Energy Global Innovations as a key scientific article.
4. Rao S, Chan, Y, Lacap DC, Hyde KD, Pointing SB, Farrell RL. (2012) Low diversity fungal assemblages in an Antarctic dry valleys soil. Polar Biology 35:567-574.