Moore Lab

At Moore Lab, we study the gastrointestinal (GI) tract, the largest tissue interface of humans with their environment. The GI tract absorbs energy from food for growth and sustenance, and partners with—or defends against—trillions of gut microbes.

Specifically, we study the structure and function of the GI tract during childhood. We aim to make discoveries surrounding nutrition, growth, immunity, and host-microbe interactions.

 

UVA Honors Its Leading Researchers at Boar's Head Banquet

Dr. Sean Moore was awarded the Research Mentor Award!

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Research Trainee Competition placement

We are proud to announce Dr. Ajay Kumar’s successful placement of the Research Trainee Competition.
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Intercellular Coupling of the Cell Cycle and Circadian Clock in Adult Stem Cell Culture

The molecular paper recommended by the F1000 faculty as being of special significance in its field.
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UVA Researchers: Body Controls Replacement of Cells that Line Gut

Researchers say that a discovery could let doctors figure out when to give certain treatments and vaccines for best effect in patients.
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Med Students Present at the Medical Student Research Symposium

This week Jesse Zhao and Michelle Yeghyayan, medical students who worked with us in the lab over the summer, presented their work at the Medical Student Research Symposium at UVA.…

Mini-Medical School at the Moore Lab – 10/3/18

  Our lab had the exciting opportunity to host members of the Charlottesville/Albemarle community for a visit to the lab as part of the Mini-Medical School here at the University…

Moore lab sweeps DDW

2018 Digestive Disease Week in Washington, D.C. was a great success this year! DDW is the largest and most prestigious meeting in the world for the GI professional. Every year…

Drs. Syed and Ali make the news!

Dr. Sana Syed and our collaborator Dr. Asad Ali at Aga Khan University made the news for their work on using machine learning to improve disease diagnosis. Their work was…

Welcome new summer medical students!

We would like to wish a warm welcome to our second year summer medical students, Jesse Zhou and Michelle Yeghyayan. Jesse will be working with Drs. Moore and Luzader investigate the relationship…
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Arrhythmic Gut #Microbiome Signatures Predict Risk of Type 2 #Diabetes: New work shows specific #gut #microbes exhibit rhythmic oscillations & IDs taxa w/disrupted rhythmicity in T2D patients. This arrhythmic signature aided in classifying & predicting T2D https://www.cell.com/cell-host-microbe/fulltext/S1931-3128(20)30343-7#%20

Attn: Health or Health adjacent Researchers, the iTHRIV Pilot Grant RFP is now open! Looking forward to seeing your proposals! Get the details at https://www.ithriv.org/ithriv-request-for @thriv_i @vtcsom @FralinBiomed @InovaHealth @CarilionClinic @FralinLifeSci

Guess what?! We've recruited another Microbiome Data Scientist to help analyze and model omics data for TUMI!

Brett Moreau joins us from @UVA_ID! In addition to data science skills, he'll bring BSL3 experience to help with COVID-19 Microbiome work! Join us in welcoming Brett!

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