How Gut Dysbiosis Causes Skin Disease
2021 Annual Conference
Time to Complete
What you will learn
- Assess research connecting gut dysbiosis (SIBO, H. pylori, Crohn's, UC) to Rosacea in order to formulate treatment protocols for patients.
- Summarize research on the changes in the gut microbiome in eczema patients compared to healthy controls.
- Explain how gut microbiota influence the pathophysiology of acne via the mammalian target of rapamycin (mTOR) pathway.
- Analyze research on how gut dysbiosis, gut permeability and systemic endotoxemia contribute to the pathophysiology of psoriasis.
This course includes:
Certificate of Completion
Julie Greenberg, ND, RH, AHG, MBA
Dr. Julie Greenberg is a licensed Naturopathic Doctor (ND) and Registered Herbalist RH(AHG) who specializes in integrative dermatology. She is the founder of the Center for Integrative Dermatology, a holistic clinic that approaches skin and hair problems by finding and treating the root cause. Dr. Greenberg holds degrees from Northwestern University (BA), Stanford University (MBA) and Bastyr University (ND). Her research on the gut microbiome of acne patients has been published in a leading peer-reviewed clinical dermatology journal. While at naturopathic medical school, Dr. Greenberg received training with leading experts in dermatology at the University of Washington Medical School Dermatology Clinic and Seattle Children’s Hospital Pediatric Dermatology Clinic. She lectures at naturopathic medical schools and speaks at conferences across the U.S. on the topics of hair, skin and nails. Dr. Greenberg is also the Program Chair for the Naturopathic & Integrative Dermatology Series on LearnSkin.com, a 20 course CME program for doctors that discusses evidence-based alternative approaches to treating dermatological conditions.
- Bio-Botanical Research
All disclosures were mitigated prior to the activity.
Accreditation and CME
This activity is in compliance with California Assembly Bill 1195, which requires continuing medical education activities with patient care components to include curriculum in the subjects of cultural and linguistic competency. For specific information regarding Bill 1195 and cultural and linguistic competency, please visit the CME website.
All other healthcare professionals completing this activity will be issued a certificate of participation. To successfully earn credit, participants must review the content, complete a quiz with a score of 75% or higher, and submit an evaluation. This course is CME-eligible ending on December 31, 2023. After this date, you will continue to have access to your purchased content, however you will no longer be able to claim CME credits for your participation in the course.