Outside of the Lab
We have a united team; we have get-together occasions outside of the lab for recreation and charity events. The members of the Verdu Lab have been consistent supporters of the Crohns and Colitis Canada Gutsy Walk. Throughout the year we team up with other Farncombe Institute lab faculty to fund-raise and bring awareness to the foundation’s research.
This page contains recent news from the lab, and events.
VerduLab on Twitter!
The Verdu Lab now has an official twitter account! Follow for news, updates, and more!
https://keypoint.keystonesymposia.org/conference-news/breaking-research-from-microbiota-therapeutic-implications-in-killarney/ Read about it here!read more
Let us all celebrate the incredible contributions made by two integral members here at McMaster University. Heather Galipeau and, Jennifer Jury are celebrating 10 and 40 years respectively here in the McMaster family. We thank them for their service, the incredible...read more
Congratulations to Alberto Caminero, PHD in Verdu lab who has joined the faculty of the Farncombe Institute, Department of Medicine at McMaster University as Assistant Professor. Alberto will lead his own research group in microbiota metabolism of dietary substrates...read more
Featured! Featured! Read all about it! Congratulations Lab! "...Microbiome-modulating strategies, such as administration of bacteria with ATI-degrading capacity, may be effective in patients with wheat-sensitive disorders."read more
Congratulations Alberto! Dr. Alberto Caminero, of the Verdu lab, received a Certificate of recognition at DDD19, San Diego, for his oral presentation on bacterial metabolism of wheat amylase trypsin inhibitors. Dr. Elena Verdu also stepped down as the president of...read more
Dr. Alberto Caminero, receiving the New Investigator Award at the annual North American Biocodex Foundation gala in San Francisco, along with the other Canadian and US winners. With this seed award, Alberto will start building up his research program as an independent...read more
Duodenal bacterial proteolytic activity determines sensitivity to dietary antigen through PAR-2 receptor
Take a look at one of the latest papers published from the lab, featured in a nature microbiology blog post by Heather Galipeau! "Here, we identify a bacterial enzyme, elastase, that causes immune activation and worsens reactions to gluten in genetically susceptible...read more
Join Dr. Mayer in this episode of the Mind Gut Conversation featuring Dr. Elena Verdu. Dr. Verdu is one of the leading international authorities on the topic of gluten-related disorders who studies host-microbial and dietary interactions in the context of celiac...read more
By Sabrina Daniel for the Canada Foundation for Innovation / Fondation canadienne pour l'innovation Elena Verdú is a Canada Research Chair in Intestinal Inflammation, Microbiota and Nutrition as well as a medical researcher at McMaster University's Farncombe Family...read more
Canadian Digestive Diseases Week™ (CDDW™) is the annual scientific conference of the Canadian Association of Gastroenterology (CAG) and the Canadian Association for the Study of the Liver (CASL). The core conference program offers both...read more