The rapidly evolving field of microbiome science has introduced healthcare practitioners to a broad range of new therapies within a short period of time, with applications across gastrointestinal, neurological, cardiovascular, immune, dermatological, oral, and urogenital health. With the introduction of new therapies comes the need for quality education, which presents unbiased information in a practical and accessible way.
This ensures healthcare practitioners can keep up to date with the latest evidence to support safe and effective biotic prescribing, whether as a standalone or adjunctive treatment.
The LSMI brings together industry experts, healthcare professionals, researchers, academics, and educators, to provide insights into the various benefits and applications of biotic therapies as well as practical, clinical tools to convert this knowledge into therapeutic outcomes for patients.
Xiaolei Ze (Ray)
Head of Microbiology Research Centre
BHSc.NutMed, AdDipWHM - Clinical Nutritionist, Western Herbalist
Jessica is a qualified Clinical Nutritionist and Western Herbalist with over 17 years of experience in the complementary medicine field. In addition to over 10 years of clinical practice with a focus on the research and treatment of chronic skin conditions (Psoriasis Eczema Clinic, Melbourne), Jessica has authored/co-authored several published articles, been a guest on renowned podcasts and developed/presented educational programs to other medical professionals. Her special interest lies with the host-microbiome-environmental relationship and it’s role in human health and disease. Jessica is currently Scientific Marketing Manager at Life-Space Group.