Salk faculty Janelle Ayres and Thomas Albright spoke about their research at the seventh annual TEDxSanDiego in October at Copley Symphony Hall. Albright discussed how eyewitness testimony is undermined by uncertainty, bias and overconfidence and Ayres shared her research on the microbiome, the trillions of good bacteria living in our bodies, and how this community of bacteria could help tackle infectious diseases and antibiotic resistance.
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