New Developments in Tetracycline-class Antibiotics
Dr. Christopher Bunick & Dr. Adam Friedman
Join host Dr. Adam Friedman on an investigative journey detailing how antibiotic structure and function can meet to yield novel properties with Dr. Chris Bunick, Associate Professor of Dermatology at Yale School of Medicine and captain of crystallography and cryo-electron microscopy. Hear first hand how a simple idea morphed into a groundbreaking program. Complete your understanding of how antibiotics can be anti-inflammatory. Love the new narrow spectrum lexicon (or try at least).
- Summarize the mechanism of action of tetracycline antibiotics and their role in acne
- Define narrow spectrum antibiotic, and understand the clinical translation.