Antimicrobial potential of the human skin microbiota

Research on the biotherapeutic value of the skin microbiome is relatively new, however, Atlantia Clinical Trials' research partner, Dr. Julie O'Sullivan (and colleagues) have been revolutionary in their approach to such research.



Covid-19 and Microbiome Clinical Research

Though respiratory symptoms of Covid-19 pose the most significant threat, evidence has shown a link between global immunity and overall respiratory health through treatment of the gut microbiome.

Suszie Tyree, Medical Writer at Atlantia Clinical Trials takes the stage for this webinar.


Atlantia Clinical Trials clinical site in Chicago


Chicago IL, October 27, 2020. After months of delays due to the unprecedented arrival of Covid-19, Atlantia proudly announces the opening of new Chicago based clinical research site.


Immune Human Clinical Studies

The human microbiome and its interaction with the immune system is a well researched topic. However, past knowledge seems to become outdated.  

Dr. Liam O'Mahony and Dr. John MacSharry, researchers at APC Microbiome Ireland and research partners of Atlantia take the stage for this in depth webinar.


EFSA Health Claims

Health claims within the EU is a well discussed and well researched topic.


New FMD clinical study published by Nutrients

The article, Efficacy of Isomaltulose Compared to Sucrose in Modulating Endothelial Function in Overweight Adults, has been published earlier this year in the journal Nutrients.


Our CEO, Andrea Doolan, industry panellist at Select USA

Select USA is an event organised by Cork Chamber in partnership with the US Embassy in Ireland. SelectUSA is the U.S. Government’s federal level agency that is responsible for promoting and supporting foreign direct investment into the United States. The program is part of the wider remit of the U.S. Department of Commerce. In 2017, Ireland became one of only 12 countries worldwide to have a dedicated SelectUSA office established in market which is located at the U.S. Embassy Dublin.


Professor Ted Dinan, joins Atlantia Food Clinical Trials Ltd. as Medical Director

Ted Dinan, Emeritus Professor of Psychiatry and a Principal Investigator in APC Microbiome Ireland at University College Cork, has joined as Medical Director of Atlantia Food Clinical Trials Ltd. This decision shows the company’s appetite to engage with emergent markets segments such as live therapeutics.


Industry opportunities and take outs of the WHO’s latest nutrition report 

The WHO, World Health Organisation, has released a new report stressing the importance of nutrition in healthcare. “Stronger focus on nutrition within health services could save 3.7 million lives by 2025”, the organisation states. This new report complies the most relevant nutrition interventions that could contribute to the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals relevant to the nutritional field, and associated targets. Those are:


Gastroenterology publish a probiotic clinical study using Video Capsule Endoscopy (VCE) technology

A recent paper exploring the effects of Bifidobacterium breve Bif195 Protects Against Small-intestinal Damage Caused by Acetylsalicylic Acid in Healthy Volunteers will be published in Gastroenterology. This journal has been listed as one of the most informative journals in relation to Gastrointestinal disease. Gastroenterology is popular due to its up to date information in both clinical and basic gastroenterology. Original research is organized by clinical and basic-translational content, as well as alimentary tract, liver, pancreas, and biliary content.


FDA June Announcements: New Qualified Health Claims and treatments approved

FDA has announced recent approvals in June. We would like to highlight the approval granted to EPA and DHA Omega-3 supplements as well as to a treatment for paediatric patients.  The Victoza (liraglutide) injection is a form of treatment for paediatric patients who are 10 years and older and who are diagnosed with type 2 diabetes. Type 2 diabetes is the most common form of diabetes, occurring when the pancreas cannot make enough insulin to keep blood sugar at normal levels.


World Microbiome Day 2019

World Microbiome Day is an annual event that is about creating awareness around the world of microbes.  This annual event was launched last year by the APC Microbiome Ireland, a national institute with which Atlantia is delighted to be close partners with. The theme of this years World Microbiome Day is ‘Bacterial Resistance to Antibiotics’.