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A scientist’s opinion: Interview with Dr. Ruairi Robertson about microbiome

A scientist’s opinion : Interview with Dr. Ruairi Robertson about microbiome

Microbiome & psychobiotics, a scientist’s opinion Interview with Dr. Ruairi Robertson, Wellcome Trust Fellow at Queen Mary University of London. How might bacteria be affecting our mental health? What are the possible communication routes? There are a number routes through which the gastrointestinal tract and its microbiome interact with the brain. The gut is home ...

A scientist’s opinion: Interview with Dr. Jason A. Martin about microbiome

A scientist’s opinion : Interview with Dr. Jason A. Martin about microbiome

Microbiome & psychobiotics, a scientist’s opinion Interview with Dr. Jason A. Martin, Senior Postdoctoral Fellow at APC Microbiome Ireland, University College Cork. How does our diet influence our microbiome (and what should we be eating more of to help our gut microbiome)? Do you think the current mental health crisis could be linked to our ...

A scientist’s opinion: Interview with Prof. Anat Gesser-Edelsburg about health and risk communication

A scientist’s opinion : Interview with Prof. Anat Gesser-Edelsburg about health and risk communication

Health and Risk communication, a scientist’s opinion Interview with Professor Anat Gesser-Edelsburg, Associate Professor and Head of the Health Promotion Programme at the University of Haifa, and Founding Director of the Health and Risk Communication Research Center in Haifa, Israel. What are the common mistakes or failures in communication during an infectious disease outbreak and what ...

A scientist’s opinion: Interview with Dr. Dimitrios Tsivrikos about consumer behaviour during COVID-19

A scientist’s opinion : Interview with Dr. Dimitrios Tsivrikos about consumer behaviour during COVID-19

Panic buying, a scientist’s opinion Interview with Dr Dimitrios Tsivrikos, Lecturer in Consumer and Business Psychology at University College London (UCL), UK How is the spread of coronavirus changing consumer behaviour, and are such behaviours reasonable or expected in a time of crisis? When do these behaviours become irrational? We have seen a great increase in panic ...

A scientist’s opinion: interview with Giuseppe Pellegrini about the CONCISE project

A scientist’s opinion : interview with Giuseppe Pellegrini about the CONCISE project

We speak with Giuseppe Pellegrini, (Phd Sociology 2004) teacher of Innovation, Technology and Society at the University of Trento, about the CONCISE project. How did the idea of the CONCISE Project come about? For some years now we have been in contact with several European universities, in particular with the University of Valencia. When the ...

A scientist’s opinion: interview with Ana Delicado about the CONCISE project

A scientist’s opinion : interview with Ana Delicado about the CONCISE project

We speak with Ana Delicado, Research Fellow Institute of Social Sciences, University of Lisbon, about the CONCISE project. What prompted you to undertake this project? Were there any projects or surveys carried out in the past that you have taken into consideration? For the past 20 years I have done research (and more recently teaching) ...

A scientist's opinion Donald Milton about SARS-COV

A scientist’s opinion : Interview with Prof. Donald Milton about SARS-CoV

We speak with Prof. Marc Wathelet, Molecular Biologist, Coronavirus specialist, about the differences between SARS-CoV-1 and SARS-CoV-2 Taking the precautionary principle in medicine into consideration, in your opinion why does the WHO insist on its statement regarding the transmission competence of SARS-CoV-2? Do you envisage a different (international) governmental approach soon? I think that the ...

A scientist's opinion Marc Wathelet about SARS-COV

A scientist’s opinion : Interview with Dr. Marc Wathelet about SARS-CoV

We speak with Dr. Marc Wathelet, Molecular Biologist, Coronavirus specialist, about the differences between SARS-CoV-1 and SARS-CoV-2 Taking your early, alarming statements and the precautionary principle in medicine into consideration, in your opinion why does the WHO insist on its statement on the transmission competence of SARS-CoV-2? Do you envisage a different (international) governmental approach ...