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Lipidomics & ceramide analysis for skin research

The Lipidomics Webinar | Veronika Piskovatska

Skin health and disease is closely related to lipid composition and function in different skin structures. Various factors contribute to variability in skin lipidome and ceramidome.

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This session of “The Lipidomics Webinar” aired on October 26, 2023 and you can watch the recording here!

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Our next live webinar
How to deal with lipidomics data?
Tuesday, April 23, 2024

Topic

This webinar is dedicated to skin lipids and their role in skin health and disease and will discuss lipid composition and function in different skin structures. The webinar will begin with an overview of skin anatomy with a focus on the stratum corneum. The lipidome of normal skin will be discussed next, emphasizing the importance of ceramides. Our scientific talk will focus on the pivotal role ceramides play in skin physiology and their relevance in context of skin research and product claim support. During the webinar, factors contributing to variability in skin lipidome and ceramidome will be discussed, including age, sex, body part, pigmentation, depth of skin sampling, and seasonal differences. Finally, we will examine the alterations in the skin lipidome caused by various pathological conditions, such as xerosis, atopic dermatitis, and psoriasis, and explore the relationship between the skin lipidome and the skin microbiome.

Here is what you can learn

• Skin lipids and how they can be quantified
• Variability of healthy skin lipidome
• Lipids in skin diseases and disorders
• How lipidomics can be used in skin biology research and marketing claim support

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Dr. Veronika Piskovatska, Account Manager at Lipotype, Speaker at The Lipidomics Webinar "Exploring Skin Lipidomics & Ceramide Analysis for Skin Research".

Dr. Veronika Piskovatska
Sci. Account Manager at Lipotype

Dr. Veronika Piskovatska holds a PhD in molecular medicine and is a researcher with clinical background. Veronika is supporting lipidomics projects with an emphasis on the field of skin lipidomics.