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Presentation Slide Release: Skin Microbiota, Dysbiosis and Inflammation

Caring for the skin microbiome

Everywhere you look, evidence points to the role of microbiomes in health. Since initial research on gut microbiota, focus has expanded to other sites of the human body. In particular, the skin microbiome has received much attention.

Here, we provide 3 sets of presentation slides centred around skin flora.

A Forbidden Kingdom: The Fungal Microbiome in Skin Health, Why it’s Important, What Needs to be Done and How to Intervene

Fungal microbiome presentation slides

Tom Dawson, Senior Principle Investigator at A*STAR, presents examples of the importance and opportunity in leveraging the skin mycobiome and reviews current understanding of a healthy versus diseased scalp, the scalp mycobiome and the role of Malassezia in dandruff and seborrheic dermatitis.

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Beauty for the Skin Microbiome – Gallinée Skincare

Gallinee skin microbiome presentation slides

Marie Drago, Founder of Gallinée, shares the journey of the microbiome-based beauty brand, insights into creating a range, and talking about bacteria in the world of the beauty industry.

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The Role of the Skin Microbiome in Atopic Dermatitis (Eczema)

Skin microbiome in eczema presentation slides

Niranjan Nagarajan, Associate Director and Group Leader at A*STAR, presents a new form of the hygiene hypothesis for explaining the increasing incidence of eczema and revealing, in the process, novel therapeutic targets for this disease.

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The 5th Microbiome R&D and Business Collaboration Forum: USA will examine a wide range of topics including research, development, and commercialisation in microbial communities both in and on the human body.

View the agenda to see the full list of speakers and topics.

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