EnterBio, or “enteric bioelectronics”, is a Horizon Europe EIC Pathfinder Open project that develops and implements bioelectronic tools for sensing and stimulating the enteric (gut) nervous system, and thereby sensing and stimulating the central (brain/spine) nervous system.

The team comprises world-leading expertise in organic and graphene bioelectronics, drug delivery, models of neurodegenerative disorders, and molecular/cellular physiology of the peripheral nervous system.

EnterBio builds on cutting-edge research (organic/carbon-based bioelectronics and the gut-brain axis) to disrupt the field of CNS sensing/neuromodulation, since technology to utilize ENS activity as an entry point to brain (dys)function is lacking. “Entering the bio” through the gut will be exactly this disruptor.