Early Melanoma Invasivity Correlates with Gut Fungal and Bacterial Profiles: the Gut Microbiome Skin Connection

We are delighted to present to you  Dr. Duccio Cavalieri, from the University of Florence, Italy. Dr. Cavalieri will deliver to us a presentation about “Early Melanoma Invasivity Correlates with Gut Fungal and Bacterial Profiles: the Gut Microbiome Skin Connection”.

Dr. Cavalieri’s main research interest is the application of metagenomics approaches to the co-evolution of the host and its microbiome in health and disease. His main achievements are: Elucidating the ecology and evolutionary genomics of the ascomycete S.cerevisiae and its wild sanctuaries; the effect of diet globalization on the gut microbiota; the discovery of trained immunity (the cross talk between the mycobiome), innate immunity and the gut-skin axis.

Since 2021 Dr. Cavalieri is Full Professor of Microbiology at the University of Florence, previously he was Harvard Genomics Fellow and Group Leader (Cambridge, MA, 1999-2004), Assistant professor at the Department of Pharmacology (University of Florence, IT 2004-2010), Department head at the Fondazione Edmund Mach (Trento, IT, 2010-2015). His work has produced more than 250 publications with a global impact of over 13000 citations and an H index of 50.

 

Skin Ageing & Challenges 2021
November 11-12, 2021 – Lisbon, Portugal & Online
www.skin-challenges.com

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