Hi, I’m Natasha. One of the first things the doctor said to me when I was first diagnosed with an eating disorder was that by going down this path, I’m basically committing a very slow suicide. Calmly, she explained that as the eating disorder progresses, the brain will shrink and my cognitive functions will decline. The body will […]
Meet Orli Kadoch, Research and Collaborations Lead: Name? Orli Kadoch How did you find out about uBiome? I was watching the Exponential Medicine Panel on live stream and saw Jessica’s talk about uBiome and the future of citizen science. I hadn’t heard much about uBiome previously, but I instantly identified with her message and […]
Meet Siavosh. He’s the data scientist behind last week’s popular post on male vs. female microbiomes. Siavosh grew up overseas, got his PhD in Physics from Stanford, and is now an amazing part of the uBiome team. His desk is right next to an impressively high window that streams in sunlight and looks out over the city of […]
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