Yearly Archives: 2015

MBAC Researchers and ISOThrive Join Forces for Research Study

Prince William Science Accelerator-based startup, ISOThrive Joins Forces with George Mason University San Francisco, CA – (Business Wire) – ISOThrive LLC, ( a leading edge developer of nutritional ingredients to improve the gut microbiome, announced that the company is expanding its research collaboration with George Mason University (GMU). GMU is recruiting testers to evaluate the […]

Paid Human Microbiome Research Participation Opportunity

Interested in participating in research about nutrition and gut health? George Mason University is recruiting research participants for a study of a new prebiotic nutritional supplement. Prebiotics are soluble fiber food ingredients that stimulate the growth and maintenance of beneficial bacteria in the digestive system. Prebiotics have been shown to have a positive impact on […]

Dr. Cara Frankenfeld shows Artificial Sweeteners alter the Human Microbiome

 Dr. Cara Frankenfeld presented work on alteration of the human microbiome caused by artificial sweeteners at the Medical Nutrition: Nutrition and the Microbiome conference  at the Boston Convention & Exhibition Center on March 30th, 2015. Artificial Sweetener Consumption and Microbiome Profiles in 31 Adults Living in the United States Cara L. Frankenfeld, Evan Lamb, Masoumeh Sikaroodi, Sarah Shoemaker […]