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ISAPP Newsletter – January 2022

We are happy to share that this year marks the 20th anniversary of ISAPP’s activities as an organization! See our special anniversary logo above.

Below, you’ll find Prof. Maria Marco’s blog post offering an explanation of how probiotics are different from the live microorganisms found in fermented foods.

Start your year off by learning about synbiotics from world-leading experts, Profs. Kelly Swanson and Bob Hutkins. Sign up for our January 28th webinar to hear these experts live and join for the Q&A. Find more information below.

ISAPP is pleased to announce the recipients of the 2022 Glenn Gibson Early Career Researcher prize. Find out about these researchers below.

For all members of the ISAPP students and fellows association: the ISAPP SFA invites abstract submissions for the annual meeting until January 24th. Please submit your abstract via their website.

Our newest resource is in Spanish: an infographic all about the gut microbiota and potential ways to modulate it.

Do fermented foods contain probiotics?

The idea that "probiotics" are found in fermented foods is a very common misconception. In our latest board member blog post, Prof. Maria Marco explains why the live cultures in fermented foods are not the same as probiotics, and how scientists continue to interrogate the health benefits of fermented foods.
ISAPP board members to give a scientific overview of synbiotics in upcoming webinar

ISAPP board members to give a scientific overview of synbiotics in upcoming webinar

The next ISAPP webinar is open to all! Profs. Kelly Swanson, PhD, and Bob Hutkins, PhD, two co-authors on the published scientific consensus definition, will speak about scientific aspects of synbiotics. Register for free and join us on January 28th.

ISAPP awards the Glenn Gibson Early Career Researcher Prize to two diet and gut health researchers

The ISAPP board of directors announces the winners of the Glenn Gibson Early Career Researcher Prize in probiotics, prebiotics and related fields. We heartily congratulate these two researchers, who have made important contributions to the field. Both are set to receive a cash award and to speak at the upcoming ISAPP meeting in Spain.

Featured ISAPP resource

Our featured resource this month is a Spanish translation of the ISAPP infographic titled “The Gut Microbiota: Our Microbial Partners”. Clinicians, if you would like to print and post this or any of our other Spanish-language infographics for the benefit of your Spanish-speaking patients, please take a look at our guidelines for use.
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