Webinar: Microbiome friendly ingredients and products: Do’s and Don’ts

Webinar: Microbiome friendly ingredients and products: Do’s and Don’ts

Biomillenia’s panel of speakers will discuss the questions everybody wants answers to:

  • How do you characterize the microbiome “friendliness” of an ingredient?
  • What is the regulatory environment on microbiome-related claims internationally?
  • Experience sharing on the development of microbiome friendly ingredients and products
  • Microbiome friendly products: how to formulate them?
  • Skin microbiome – a medical perspective


Alex Dajkovic, Ph.D.
Senior Director R&D and Commercial Collaborations

Alex obtained his PhD in Microbiology at the University of Kansas Medical Center  and has conducted microbiology research funded by the European Molecular Biology or within international institutions such as INSERM, INRA, Johns Hopkins University or University of California. He leads now the microbiology research and discovery activities at Biomillenia.

Allison Garlet, MSc
Technical Service Specialist

Allison Garlet works for BASF’s Bioactive ingredients in Tarrytown, NY. She has a BSc in Biology from Seton Hall University and a MSc in Microbiology and Molecular Genetics from Rutgers University, with a focus in microbial physiology, biofilms, and skin microbiomics research. She was awarded the SCC’s Young Scientist Award at the 75th Annual Scientific Meeting and Showcase in 2021.

Maxence Desjonquères
Head of Business Development

Maxence has 10 years of experience in marketing and sales of products interacting with the microbiome, under a variety of regulatory status and targeting multiple indications.  Over the last 2 years he joined Biomillenia and further developed his knowledge of microbiota related services and high throughput microbiology.

Olivia Santoni

Olivia has 20 years of experience in the cosmetic industry. She studied business & healthcare law before specialising in regulatory affairs. In 2019, Olivia founded Bloom Regulatory Ltd, which provides pragmatic and expert regulatory and strategic support to cosmetics companies.

Paula Luna
Dermatologist and pediatric dermatologist, hospital Aleman, Buenos Aires, Argentina.

Principal investigator in clinical trials on microbiome, atopica dermatitis, psoriasis, Chronic urticaria, alopecia areata, hidradenitis suppurativa.

Director of the fellowship on psoriasis and other inflammatory dermatitis, hospital Aleman.

Vice president of SOARPSO (sociedad Argentina de psoriasis) general secretary of SDPL sociedad de Dermatologia Pediatrica para LATINOAMERICA.

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