Eczema and the Importance of the Skin Microbiome
with Dr. Peter Lio
Part 1: Understanding the Skin Microbiome
Dr. Lio explains the role the skin microbiome plays in overall health, plus how providers should shift patient treatment plans to promote microbiome health.
Part 2: The Role of S. aureus in Atopic Dermatitis
Dr. Lio dives deep on the connection between S. aureus and inflammatory skin conditions, and what providers who see patients with eczema need to know about the S. aureus colonization-atopic dermatitis cycle.
Part 3: Endolysins and Targeted Biome Bacteriolysis
In part three, Dr. Lio defines Targeted Biome Bacteriolysis and shares why endolysins are the sustainable antibiotic-alternative of the future.
Peter Lio, MD is a Clinical Assistant Professor of Dermatology & Pediatrics at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine. He is the founding director of the Chicago Integrative Eczema Center and a founding partner of Medical Dermatology Associates of Chicago. He serves as a board member and scientific advisory committee member emeritus for the National Eczema Association. He is a member of the American Academy of Dermatology’s Atopic Dermatitis Expert Resource Group and a founding faculty member of the Integrative Dermatology Certificate Program. Dr. Lio has written over 200 publications and 3 textbooks.