ABOUT US

Microbiome Medicine Center (MMC) is a microbiome research institute established by Southern Medical University and Zhujiang Hospital. MCC aims to uncover the underlying mechanisms in microbiome-host interactions as well as translating those knowledges into novel clinical diagnostic and treatment approaches. In the past three years, MMC has made a series of progresses studying the role of microbiome in disease diagnostic models, metabolic diseases and perinatal diseases and these works have been published in Cell, Nature Medicine (cover story), Gut (cover story), Journal of Hepatology, Microbiome and etc.

Postdoctoral positions are available now, and indefinitely, in MMC. MMC is interested in the role of microbiome in aging related diseases, metabolic diseases, stroke, cancer, maternal and infant's health, infectious diseases as well as in multi-omics data analysis, bioinformatics and disease diagnosis. Accordingly, MMC has a complete set of apparatus facilitating microbiome researches, including platforms for microbiome sample processing, big data analysis high-performance cluster, human studies, animal and functional experiments, microbes isolation and etc.

NEWS

Prof. Zhou Hongwei received NSFC funding for the program“Basic Research on the Origin, Pathogenesis

Prof. Zhou Hongwei received NSFC funding for the program“Basic Research on the Origin, Pathogenesis and Prevention of COVID-19”

2020-03-18
The National Natural Science Foundation of China (NSFC) announced the list of pr...
Prof. Zhou Hongwei shared diagnosis experience of COVID-19 at live broadcast

Prof. Zhou Hongwei shared diagnosis experience of COVID-19 at live broadcast

2020-02-19
Prof. Zhou Hongwei is the Director of Division of Laboratory Medicine, Zhujiang ...
Team of Prof. Hongwei Zhou published paper “Gut dysbiosis induces the development of pre-eclampsia t

Team of Prof. Hongwei Zhou published paper “Gut dysbiosis induces the development of pre-eclampsia through bacterial translocation” in Gut.

2020-01-03
Gut dysbiosis induces the development of pre-eclampsia through bacterial translo...
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Prof. Zhou Hongwei received NSFC funding for the program“Basic Research on the Origin, Pathogenesis

March 18, 2020

The National Natural Science Foundation of China (NSFC) announced the list of projects funded by its basic research prog...
Prof. Zhou Hongwei shared diagnosis experience of COVID-19 at live broadcast

February 19, 2020

Prof. Zhou Hongwei is the Director of Division of Laboratory Medicine, Zhujiang Hospital of Southern Medical University ...
Team of Prof. Hongwei Zhou published paper “Gut dysbiosis induces the development of pre-eclampsia t

January 3, 2020

Gut dysbiosis induces the development of pre-eclampsia through bacterial translocation