Promi is a Human Microbiome Researcher who focuses on unearthing the role of microbial metabolism in human health primarily from multi-omics datasets. During her Postdoctoral period, she explored the microbiome relationships between various types of host environments (human subjects, rats, mice, built-environment, water, soil) across different health and disease states (gut-brain axis oral-lung axis, malnutrition, genitourinary microbiome). She earned her Ph.D. from Chalmers University of Technology (Sweden) with a specialization in Systems Biology. Also, she holds a double Master’s degree in Microbiology and Biotechnology.
Currently, she assists with the project management of multiple studies supported by The Microsetta Initiative, including the ‘Alzheimer’s Gut Microbiome Project’ (AGMP) and ‘The Human Diets & Microbiome Initiative’ (THDMI). Her research goals are to contribute to scientific breakthroughs that shift the understanding of the human microbiome through interdisciplinary teamwork and collaborations across the world.