Episode 2

Published on:

24th Mar 2020

Messing with the Microbiome -- Insights from Dr. Ian Myles

Why is eczema prevalence on the rise? Are chemicals found in many skin and cosmetic products partially to blame? How do we restore a healthy balance of bacteria on eczema-prone skin? Is the idea that eczema is a “genetic” disease a myth? Learn more in this provocative chat with Dr. Ian Myles, a cutting-edge researcher with the NIH who studies “microbiome transplants” for the treatment of eczema.

This episode was recorded, June 14th, 2019 as part of GPER’s Research Meetup series.

Research referenced in the podcast:

·     First-in-human Topical Microbiome Transplantation with Roseomonas Mucosa Bacteria

·     Allergy of Disease of Dysbiosis

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