What the Skin Microbiome Tells us about Skin Aging: Phages and Functions

Dr. Raja Sivamani, University of California, Davis, USA, will join Skin Ageing & Challenges 2023 to present his latest discoveries concerning skin aging & phages: “What the Skin Microbiome Tells us about Skin Aging: Phages and Functions”.

The skin microbiome is important in the driver of inflammation and disease. This lecture will focus on how the skin microbiome shifts with age and how functional analyses may offer unique insight into aging skin. The role of bacteria, fungi, and phages will be discussed.

About Dr. Sivamani

Dr. Raja Sivamani is a board-certified dermatologist, bioengineer, and Ayurvedic practitioner. He practices at his two clinics Pacific Skin Institute and Zen Dermatology. He serves as a volunteer faculty at the University of California, Davis. He also leads many clinical research studies at his clinical research unit Integrative Skin Science and Research with studies focused on nutrition, topical ingredients, the gut-skin axis, and the microbiome. He merges modern research and science with a personalized approach to each patient. Dr. Sivamani has over 150 peer-reviewed publications including studies on the impacts of medications, foods, nutrition, botanicals, cosmeceuticals, the microbiome, and the gut-skin axis as device-based research. He serves as one of the lead editors for the educational platform LearnSkin and a chair for the annual Integrative Dermatology Symposium.

Join Dr. Sivamani this November to learn more about skin microbiome, phages, and skin aging.

Skin Ageing & Challenges 2023
November 9-10, 2023 – Lisbon, Portugal
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