AGA basic science programming will highlight recent microbiome studies and cell plasticity research

AGA basic science programming will highlight recent microbiome studies and cell plasticity research

Basic science advances continue across the breadth of gastroenterology research, but two areas in particular have seen significant recent advances. Studies of the microbiome and research into cell plasticity are moving from earlier descriptive work to more functional progress, according to Mark R. Frey, PhD, co-chair of the AGA Basic Science Program Committee.