Jack A. Gilbert Lab
University of California San Diego
Department of Pediatrics and Scripps Institution of Oceanography
A highly interdisciplinary group leading research in medical and environmental microbiology, microbial ecology, and biotechnology development.
Our work transcends microbiome studies across environmental and human health, with marine model organisms and ecosystems informing studies in human infectious disease, diet, and cardiometabolic, immune and mental health.
In the Gilbert Lab, we value the participation of every member of our community and want to ensure everyone has an enjoyable and fulfilling experience, both professionally and personally. To ensure that everyone in the lab knows the expectations and enjoys their time in the lab, we have created an “Expectations and Principles” document that is available to every member.
Gut microbiota and fecal short chain fatty acids differ with adiposity and country of origin: the METS-microbiome study
G. Ecklu-Mensah, C. Choo-Kang, M. Gjerstad Maseng, S. Donato, P. Bovet, B. Viswanathan, K. Bedu-Addo, J. Plange-Rhule, P. Oti Boateng, T.E. Forrester, M. Williams, E.V. Lambert, D. Rae, N. Sinyanya, A. Luke, B.T. Layden, S. O’Keefe, J.A. Gilbert, L. R. Dugas.
Microbiome response in an urban river system is dominated by seasonality over wastewater treatment upgrades
S. Kodera, A. Sharma, C. Martino, M. Dsouza, M. Grippo, H.L. Lutz, R. Knight, J.A. Gilbert, C. Negri, S.M. Allard.
UC San Diego Receives $14M to Drive Precision Nutrition with Gut Microbiome Data
National Institutes of Health establishes Microbiome and Metagenomics Center at UC San Diego, part of new effort to predict individual responses to food and inform personalized nutrition recommendations
Leads: Jack Gilbert and Rob Knight