Harnessing the Microbes Within Us to Transform Global Health


We provide therapies, microbes, data, and knowledge to fill critical gaps in microbiome research and health care.

Research Programs

Our programs accelerate microbiome science— ethically and equitably— to improve health worldwide.


Investigational FMT Access Program
OpenBiome provides access to investigational fecal transplants as a last line of defense for patients with antibiotic-resistant C. difficile infections.

Malnutrition Program
OpenBiome and our collaborators are developing live biotherapeutic therapies to help treat nearly 200 million children worldwide affected by malnutrition.

Our Impact

Over the past 10 years, we've pushed scientific boundaries and set gold standards

A scientist in lab attire holding a stool sample bag

Patients have received urgently needed investigational fecal microbiota transplantation (FMT) treatments distributed by OpenBiome.


Clinical trials and single patient case studies have used OpenBiome investigational FMT to explore the microbiome as a treatment target for a wide range of indications.

Latest News and Spotlights

OpenBiome Recognized as a Global Health Leader

OpenBiome has been selected as a 2023 future united award winner by GBCHealth. The award recognizes “future seeking, innovating, ‘ahead of the curve’ companies that stand to change the future of global health.” 

Explore Our Biobank

Through our clinical and research catalog, we provide investigational FMT preparations for clinical trials as well as stool samples and bacterial isolates for basic research studies.

As Microbiome Science Forges Ahead, Will Some Be Left Behind?

Empowering microbiome research in underrepresented countries

OpenBiome's Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Majdi Osman, co-organized an international retreat accelerating microbiome research to improve the health of children.

Our Partners

OpenBiome is proud to have partnered with government and philanthropic organizations around the world to advance patient care and microbiome research.

As Featured In

OpenBiome has appeared in national and international publications. Read more coverage here.

Help us build a world where the full potential of the microbiome radically improves health for all

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