Speaker Biography

Yusuf Mutiu

Microbiology society member, Nigeria

Title: Role of microbes in human health, effect on infectious disease dynamics

Yusuf Mutiu


The outbreak infectious disease in human health can now be investigated to identify microbes or pathogen and carriers for control of infections. The process of this microbiome outbreak can be in stages which can be blocked by different defense mechanisms: host is exposed to infectious particle by an infected individual, the mode of transmission and stability of an infectious person outside the host determine its infectivity. Some pathogens such human immunodeficiency virus {HIV} are spread only by the exchange of bodily fluids, early contact of the microbes with a new host occur through an epithelia surface, the skin or the internal mucosal surface of the respiratory, gastrointestinal and urogenital tracts. The gut microbes in disease-inflammation microbial resident of the human gut are a major attributes in the development and maintenance of health but it differs from patient to patient. The causative agent falls into these: viruses, bacteria, fungi and protozoa. These approaches are also transforming our understanding of how interaction and focus between the human microbiota and the host in order to provide an overview of the microbial role in basic biological processes and in the development and progression of major human diseases such as infectious disease, liver disease, gastrointestinal cancer. The purpose of this study is to check the role of microbes in health and disease and how the research can be applied to medicine and therapeutic target in clinical practice. these are exciting times for microbiology within molecular medicine.