Crucial Strategies for Balancing the Immune Response: Understanding and Modulating T Cell Polarization
Presented by: Samuel F. Yanuck, D.C., FACFN, FIAMA+
Wednesday, May 9, 2018
T cells are a critical component of the adaptive immune system. By producing cytokines and influencing immunological processes, different T cell subtypes (e.g., Th1, Th2, Th17, Treg and others) help direct the immune response to address different microbial threats. Understanding and modulating the formation of T cell subtypes is crucial for clinical success in patients with an immune response towards self-tissue. In this webinar, Dr. Samuel Yanuck will explain how to:
- Recognize clues in your patients’ histories, symptoms and labs‡
- Map these clues into a picture of their T cell polarization patterns‡
- Apply appropriate clinical strategies‡
Samuel F. Yanuck, D.C., FACFN, FIAMA is a functional immunologist with a private practice in Chapel Hill, N.C. He serves as CEO & director of education at Cogence, LLC, an online functional immunology education company, and as an adjunct assistant professor at the University of North Carolina School of Medicine, Program on Integrative Medicine.
+ Dr. Yanuck is a retained consultant for Pure Encapsulations.