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Military and Veteran Microbiome Consortium for Research and Education (MVM CoRE)
Welcome to the MVM CoRE
Announcement – MVM CoRE is Now Hiring
The MVM CoRE along with the Data and Statistical Core (DASC) at the Rocky Mountain MIRECC are seeking a PhD Biostatistician with specialty in microbiome bioinformatics. View hiring flyer to learn more. To apply or ask questions about the position, please email Jeri.Forster@va.gov and Andrew.Hoisington@va.gov.
The mission of the MVM CoRE is to advance microbiome science and education to benefit military personnel, Veterans and their families.
About MVM CoRE
The Military and Veteran Microbiome Consortium for Research and Education is a hub for scientific inquiry, exploration and education related to the human microbiome. Watch this video for an introduction to the MVM CoRE.
Watch this video for an introduction to the Military & Veteran Microbiome Consortium for Research & Education #microbiome #Veterans #research pic.twitter.com/kMIr0SsZcE— MVM-CoRE (@MVM_CoRE) January 10, 2022
Read the MVM CoRE video transcript.
RESEARCH: What are the four research pillars of MVM CoRE?
The 4 pillars of our research are the Veteran Microbiome Projects, Probiotics and Immunomodulation, the Built Environment and Environmental Pathogens. Each pillar relates to different microbiome research topics dedicated to the MVM CoRE mission. Learn more about these focus areas in MVM CoRE Research.
TEAM: Who are we?
MVM CoRE members are committed to the pursuit of healthier lives for all members of our Veteran and military community. Find out about the investigators making up our MVM CoRE Team.
RESOURCES: Curious to learn more about the microbiome and our work?
Microbiome research is rapidly advancing. Curious to learn more? Check out publications, podcasts, webinars and more inside MVM CoRE Resources.
What is new on Twitter?
Connect with us on Twitter @MVM_CoRE for the latest updates and announcements including new publications and upcoming webinars.
Last Updated 14 December 2022