Finch Therapeutics, a mission-driven microbiome engineering company, is developing novel microbial therapies to serve patients with serious and unmet medical needs. Founded by data scientists, clinicians, and microbiologists from MIT and OpenBiome, Finch uses machine- learning algorithms informed by high-throughput molecular data to reverse engineer successful clinical experience with fecal transplantation.
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The microbiome is implicated in a number of metabolic pathways and communicates closely with our body in health and diseases. Imbalance of microflora is linked to obesity, diabetes, allergies, cancer, and even depression and autism. However, these facts have been ignored for decades. But today, the microbiome market is catching …
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