2024: Our Unique Microbiomes: Longitudinal Study Published in Cell Host & Microbe

April-May 2024: Snyder Lab's research featured on the cover of Cell Host & Microbe. 

March 2024: Parts of our microbiomes that are unique to us are the most stable. 

'Longitudinal profiling of the microbiome at four body sites reveals core stability and individualized dynamics during health and disease'. 


  • • The stability of the human microbiome varies among individuals and body sites
  • • Highly individualized microbial genera are more stable over time
  • • At each body site, coordinated microbial dynamics are observed in response to disease
  • • Microbiome stability and skin microbial composition are altered with insulin resistance

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