Jennifer K. Spinler

Instructor at Texas Children’s Microbiome Center & Baylor College of Medicine

Dr. Jennifer K. Spinler is an experienced classical microbiologist with extensive training in bacterial genetics and genomics currently serving as faculty at Baylor College of Medicine in the Texas Children’s Microbiome Center.

With extensive experience in probiotics and microbiome science, Dr. Spinler’s current research efforts bridge microbiome science and nutrition using precision plant genetics to understand how dietary components like exosomes can interact with and influence gut microbiome function and downstream host health and disease.

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Case Study: Do plant-derived exosomes regulate the gut microbiome?

Other Speakers from the Gut Week Summit

Huiying Li

Associate Professor at University of California, Los Angeles

Larry Weiss

Chief Executive Officer and Founder at Persona Biome

Momo Vuyisich

Founder and Chief Science Officer at Viome