UPCOMING SEMINARS: 

All times are Eastern Standard Time

2018 Schedule:

  • 4/18– 7pm EST Advanced Steroid metabolism – A Focus on Estrogen and Cortisol with CYP Connections– ***This is a change (C)
  • 4/27-12 pm EST Live Question and Answer session with Chrissie and Jessica
  • 5/16 – 7pm EST Thyroid Diseases – a Nutritional Genomics approach (J)
  • 5/25- 12 pm EST Live Question and Answer session with Chrissie and Jessica
  • 6/20 –  7pm EST Alzheimer’s Disease, Genetics and Interventions (C)
  • 6/29 -12 pm EST Live Question and Answer session with Chrissie and Jessica
  • 7/11 –  7pm EST Mold, Pathways and Genetic Susceptibility (J)
  • 7/27- 12 pm EST Live Question and Answer session with Chrissie and Jessica
  • 8/8- – 7pm EST Cardiometabolic Disease and Advanced Lipid Panels (C)
  • 8/17- 12 pm EST Live Question and Answer session with Chrissie and Jessica
  • 9/12 –  7pm EST Basics of Autoimmunity and Immunology (J)
  • 9/28- 12 pm EST Live Question and Answer session with Chrissie and Jessica
  • 10/17 –  7pm EST Advanced GI – Focus on the Microbiome (C)
  • 10/26 – 12 pm EST Live Question and Answer session with Chrissie and Jessica
  • 11/14 –  7pm EST Advanced Autoimmunity (J)
  • 11/30 – 12 pm EST Live Question and Answer session with Chrissie and Jessica
  • 12/12-  7pm EST Advanced Folate metabolism (C)
  • 12/19 – 12 pm EST Live Question and Answer session with Chrissie and Jessica ***Note, this is a Wednesday and not the typical Friday***

SNPed Library: 

Foundational:

Basics of methylation, genetics, DHFR, folate trapping and MTHFR
Homocysteine Catabolism
Mitochondrial Disorders and Diseases Part 1
Vitamin D, SNPs, and Disease Presentation
Neurotransmitter Series Part 1 (Focus on dopamine) and Part 2(Focus on catecholamines and NOS)
Nutrient specific SNPs
Detoxification Phase 1 and Phase 2 (2 lectures)
Immunodeficiency syndromes – Introduction to the immune system
Live Question and Answer sessions  with Chrissie and Jessica – One per month

Understanding Functional Testing/Validation of Genomics: 

Amino Acids Part 1 and Part 2
Organic Acids Testing (OAT) Part 1 and Part 2 (The Microbial OAT)
Dysbiosis: Genetics and Functional Testing

Disease focused: 

PANDAS/PANS/PANDAS
Mitochondrial Disorders and Diseases Part 2 Cancer Connections
Ehlers Danlos Syndrome and Connective Tissue Disease Part (CTD) 1
Mast Cell Activation Disorder (MCAS)
Disease specific SNPs

Special Diets:

Genetic hyperoxaluria
Salicylates and Detoxification- focus on MCAS
Histamine and Histamine Intolerance
Eating “right” for your Genotype – Focus on Ketogenic Diet Contraindications

Future Lecture Topics: 

Fluoroquinolone Toxicity – steps for recovery and predispositions
Dysautonomia-SNPs, presentations and Interventions
Back to Basics: Biochemistry – Kreb’s, Glycolysis and Beta Oxidation
Multiple Chemical Sensitivity
Bipolar- a Nutritional Genomics Approach
Advanced B6 Metabolism – SNPs and transporters
Porphyrin pathway and heavy metals- SNPs and anemia
Advanced Connective Tissue – After “healthy hypermobile”
Lyme Disease – Genetics, testing and new developments
Best,
SNPed

 

 

 

Our first webinar will be held on Wednesday, October 26, 2016 at 7pm est.

Chrissie will be delving into the basics of genetics, nutritional genomics, MTHFR and DHFR. We will finish with a case study that exemplifies the material covered. The lecture will be approximately 30 minutes long and we will have time afterwards for Q&A.

The meeting will be scheduled via Zoom to all participants who have registered their subscriptions. The link will automatically launch the webinar application from your email account – don’t worry, being technology savvy is not required! We will be able to add participants up until October 25th for this lecture. If you would like to attend please have your subscription information completed by this time. If you have not registered your subscription, the lecture will be recorded and placed in the archives for when you do activate your subscription.

Chrissie and Jessica have over 150 topics already on the books to lecture in SNPed.
We look forward to seeing you on the 26th.