HGG Research LLC
Specialized in the development of complementary and alternative medicines
The “gut-brain axis” is recognized as a regulator of mood, cognition, pain, sleep, and eating behavior. Probiotics have been used in modulating gut microbes to prevent and treat a variety of diseases and disorders including those that are associated with the gut-brain axis. Gut microbes can function as the vectors for generating and delivering various types of naturally occurring beneficial compounds, which have been studied widely for their preventive/complementary treatments for various diseases. HGG’s technologies can support gut and brain health, which include engineering probiotics to biosynthesize various naturally occurring chemicals as prebiotic-probiotics.
Dr. Guo (PhD, DABT) attended UGA Innovation Gateway Booth with LemonGlycerol displayed in 2017 Georgia Innovation Summit on October 24, 2017
HGG Research LLC has been awarded a Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) Grant by the National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health of the National Institutes of Health to engineer probiotics to biosynthesize natural substances for microbiome-brain research