Click HERE to read the article about the Canadian Healthy Infant Longitudinal Development (CHILD) Cohort Study.
New publication "Infant Feeding and the Developmental Origins of Chronic Disease in the CHILD Cohort: Role of Human Milk Bioactives and Gut Microbiota" from Dr. Azad in Breastfeeding Medicine.
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The University of Manitoba will be receiving more than $1.1 million in support of seven projects funded by CFI, Dr. Meghan Azad and Dr. Nathan Nickel's project "Manitoba Interdisciplinary Lactation Center (MILC): a provincial infant feeding database and human milk biorepository" is one of the successfully funded projects.
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A summary of the article “Composition and Variation of the Human Milk Microbiota Are Influenced by Maternal and Early-Life Factors” has been written to feature in the Research Highlights section of Nature Medicine, which brings interesting research papers to the attention of its readers.
We are seeking a full time Research Associate and a Full Time Data Manager / Analyst.
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Michelle La, from the Azad Lab, received The Emerging Leader Award (ELA) from the University of Manitoba. This award recognizes the outstanding contributions that students make to the enhancement of the institution and the community. It recognizes students who are committed to contributing to the social, cultural or economic well-being of communities on and off campus, while encouraging cross cultural understanding and demonstrating sustained leadership and initiative. We are so proud of you, Michelle!
The bacteria in breastmilk is different for women who exclusively pump vs women who directly breastfeed, possibly influencing the health of the infant.
Composition and Variation of the Human Milk Microbiota Are Influenced by Maternal and Early-Life Factors
Cell Host and Microbe 25, 324-335 February 13, 2019
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