Webinar Series: Functional Immunology: Unravelling Inflammatory and Autoimmune Dysfunction Including New Microbiome Research, September 29, October 6 and 13, 2020
Presented by Dr. Samuel Yanuck, D.C., FACFN, FIAMA and Dr. Nigel Plummer, Ph.D.
Complimentary 3-part Webinar Series presented by Dr. Samuel Yanuck, D.C., FACFN, FIAMA (part 1 & 2) and Dr. Nigel Plummer, Ph.D. (part 3)
Part 1 – Tuesday, September 29, 2020
Part 2 – Tuesday, October 6, 2020
Part 3 – Tuesday, October 13, 2020
In part 1 and 2 of this webinar series, Dr. Samuel Yanuck, an expert in functional immunology, will address a new immunological paradigm supported by the most cutting research in his field. Immunological dysfunction is at the center of most chronic conditions. These new pathways must be explored in order to address immune system dysbalance, inflammation, and other chronic, degenerative health concerns. You will emerge energized with a new set of case-mapping skills that identify what’s transpiring in your patients’ state of immunological disruption. The session will wrap-up with cases intended to leave hcp’s with a clear path of how to apply this knowledge and tools into daily practice.Key Learning Highlights:
- Autoimmunity – key clinical navigation points mapped out with emphasis on Th2 & Th17 pathways
- Cellular and Humoral Immunity – clinically relevant information with emphasis on prevention and support
- T Cell Polarization – high-leverage clinical applications demystified
- Case Mapping – core elements of the clinical map for autoimmune support to understand the complexities and process involved, and the expertise required to navigate effective case management
In part 3 of this webinar series, Dr. Nigel Plummer, expert microbiologist, will share how probiotics can be considered as simple proxies for the vastly complex microbiome, and how both can influence almost every major facet of human physiology. It is well established that probiotics confer immunological protection to the host through the regulation, stimulation, and modulation of immune response. He will also provide an objective and comprehensive review of new and innovative evidence on the role of probiotics in adverse microbiome alteration and physiological cross-talk homeostasis, and the benefits of probiotic intervention on modifying the broad spectrum of our physiologies and pathologies.Key Learning Highlights:
- Thorough explanation of the establishment, development, composition, diversity and function of the microbiome
- A balanced view of the effectiveness of probiotics as proxies for the microbiome, using up-to-the-minute research evidence
- The definitive characteristics that make a probiotic effective
Come join our team of experts for a remarkable webinar series full of learning and to experience relevant case presentations addressing key clinical objectives at the core of clinical practice today. Part 1 and 2 of this webinar series will be presented by Dr Yanuck and part 3 will be presented by Dr Plummer.
A .pdf file will be e-mailed prior to each session.