The Relationship Between Gut Microbiome, Hormones, and Acne Vulgaris Disease Presentation | Pioneer

The Relationship Between Gut Microbiome, Hormones, and Acne Vulgaris Disease Presentation

About the Scholar: Hui Lan grew up in China and attended the International School of Beijing in Beijing, China

The Research:

Acne is not only a skin disease but also a social liability that can lead adolescents to social withdrawal and thoughts of suicide. Expensive and possibly ineffective topical or medical treatments can be a financial burden for families. Pioneer scholar Hui Lan wondered if there might be a connection between severe cases of acne and the gut microbiome, but found that this possible connection had not yet been studied. Her paper proposes a mouse experiment to try to determine if there is an interrelationship between adolescent hormones, the composition of the gut microbiome, and the expression of acne.

ClientThe Car Rental Co
SkillsPhotography / Media Production
WebsiteGoodlayers.com

Project Title

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