The Duke Microbiome Center (DMC) was established to address the rapidly expanding interest among the public and scientific community in the pervasive roles of microbial communities in human health, the environment, and biotechnology. The mission of the DMC is to cultivate and support microbiome science at Duke University. We do so by providing an intellectual and educational environment that fosters collaboration and discovery, and by creating and supporting necessary resources at Duke University for research in the microbiome sciences.
The DMC leadership consists of DMC Director Dr. John Rawls; DMC Co-Director Dr. Lawrence David; DMC Associate Directors Dr. Claudia Gunsch, Dr. Matthew Kelly, and Dr. Anthony Sung; and DMC Assistant Director Dr. Jason Arnold.
The DMC’s 2018 Strategic Plan can be accessed here.
The Duke Microbiome Center is affiliated with the national Microbiome Centers Consortium (MCC). To learn more about the MCC and its activities, click the icon below: