Using engineered probiotic bacteria for treating Pseudomonas-induced lung infection



Hi everyone,

I am a member of a research group that engineered a commensal probiotic bacteria from the human gut to seek and kill Pseudomonas aeruginosa. This work is currently undergoing pre-clinical trial and we hope to reach clinical trial stage in a few years to treat Pseudomonas infections, which potentially include lung infections induced by Pseudomonas. In anticipation of the difficulties we may encounter in researching and promoting this treatment, we are conducting this short survey to understand the perspectives of healthcare specialists, patients and the public on this form of treatment. We hope that you could help us by answering a few quick questions. It shouldn't take more than 5 minutes. Your feedback is greatly appreciated. Please follow this link to the questionaire:

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Our research has been featured in news internationally. The following are links to media coverage and the scientific papers published on this work to provide you with more information. More links are available in the survey.
2. Pseudomonas aeruginosa, a human pathogen.pdf

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