8:00 am Morning Networking in Coffee Room

8:55 am Chairperson Opening Remarks

Exploring How Pre/Pro/Post Biotics Can Be Optimized to Improve Skin Health

9:00 am Engineering the Aging Skin Microbiome

  • Peter Larson PhD Candidate (Oh Lab), The Jackson Laboratory for Genomic Medicine

9:30 am Developing a New Paradigm For the Skin

10:00 am Understanding how Prebiotic, Probiotic & Postbiotic Skin Care Can Control Skin & Systemic Inflammation

10:30 am Exploring Probiotics on the Skin Microbiome

11:00 am Speed Networking: What are you most excited about in the future of the skin microbiome world?

Navigating the Regulatory & Legal Landscape of the Skin Microbiome

11:45 am Understanding the Manufacturing Requirements for Cosmetic Products

12:15 pm Assessing Claim Substantiation: Regulatory & Legal Perspective

12:45 pm Achieving Intellectual Property on a Product That Modulates the Skin Microbiome

1:15 pm Networking Lunch

2:00 pm Exploring How Bacteriophages Can Impact the Skin Microbiome

Exploring the Gut-Skin Axis

2:30 pm Understanding the Key to Healthy Skin Is In the Gut

Synopsis

• Gut microbiome plays an important role in skin health
• Describe our systems biology platform that focuses on diet-based modulation of gut microbiome
• Find skin health partners with complementary approaches to ours to bring a holistic solution to the customer

3:00 pm The Skin & Gut Microbiome & It’s Role in Common Dermatological Conditions

  • Raja Sivamani Associate Adjunct Professor, Dermatology, UC Davis

The Borderline Between a Therapeutic & a Cosmetic

3:30 pm Panel Discussion – The Borderline Between Therapy & Cosmetics

4:00 pm Chairperson’s Closing Remarks

4:05 pm Close of 3rd Microbiome Movement – Skin Health & Dermatology Summit 2020