The Jacobs Laboratory uses a translational approach to study the role of the intestinal microbiome in human disease. Our projects involve the following methods:
The Jacobs Laboratory also houses the Microbiome Core for the UCLA Microbiome Center. Our core was established to meet the rapidly growing demand for microbiome analysis of feces, biopsies, mucosal swabs, and lavage samples and to reduce barriers to entry into the microbiome field for researchers at UCLA and other Los Angeles area institutions.
10833 Le Conte Ave
Center for Health Sciences Building A3-115
Los Angeles, CA 90095
Jonathan P. Jacobs, MD, PhD
Director, Microbiome Core, UCLA Microbiome Center