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The Journey Starts Here. Understanding Sex Hormones

Harness the knowledge of DNA so you can accelerate optimal hormone health for your patients.

Sex Hormones have been linked to 80% of major health and wellness concerns.

Functional Genomics of Sex Hormone's is the first of six modules to become a Certified Functional Genomics Practitioner (CFGP).

What You Will Learn.

Functional Genomics will give your patients the answers to questions they haven't received anywhere else, like why they:

  • Struggle to gain and maintain lean muscle mass

  • Struggle with weight & fat loss

  • Are dealing with balding or thinning hair

  • Display symptoms of PCOS and cystic acne, as well as complain about endometriosis, fibroids and painful periods

  • Display symptoms of fibromyalgia and neuropathy

  • Complain about urinary trouble and BPH

  • Are not responding well to Hormone Replacement Therapy

  • Have unwanted complications from Hormone Replacement Therapy and the Birth Control Pill

  • Have issues with fertility and getting pregnant

  • Have low libido and sexual dysfunction

Why Functional Genomics of Sex Hormone?

  • Understand Their Role

    Interpret the roles of sex hormones in the male and female body

  • Appreciate Genomic Pathways

    Recognize the influence of functional genomic pathways on sex hormone production, metabolism, and excretion

  • Identify Root Causes

    Pinpoint the root causes of several hormone-related health concerns

  • Treat Dysfunctional Hormones

    Gain a holistic approach to treating sex hormone dysfunction

  • Establish An Intelligent Program

    Develop an intelligent methodology with respect to hormone replacement therapies and birth control

  • Incorporate Functional Genomics

    Integrate Functional Genomics into your clinical practice

Meet Your Instructor

Dr. Mansoor Mohammed

BSC (HONS MOL GEN); PHD PRESIDENT & CSO

Dr. Mansoor Mohammed Ph.D. is one of the most innovative leaders in the emerging fields of personalized medicine and lifestyle genomics. He is widely regarded as a pioneer in medical genomics and has been the recipient of multiple academic and industry awards over the last two decades. He is the holder of several patents in the general fields of molecular diagnostics and genomics research. He is one of the most sought-after national and international speakers in the genres of personalized medicine and genomics. He is a regular contributor to several industry podcasts around the world.

Functional Genomics of Sex Hormones

16 Chapters Course

Course curriculum

  • 1

    Welcome To Functional Genomics

    • How to use this course

  • 2

    Chapter 1: Revision of Functional Genomics

  • 3

    Chapter 2: Introduction to Sex Hormones

    • What are sex hormones and where do they come from?

  • 4

    Chapter 3: The Circadian Rhythms of Sex Hormones

    • How do the days, weeks, months, and seasons of the year influence hormone production?

  • 5

    Chapter 4: The Genomic Storyboard of Sex Hormone Steroidogenesis

    • Visualize the genes and pathways that form the foundation of sex hormone production

  • 6

    Chapter 5: The Genomic Storyboard Your T Intersection

    • Testosterone is the first major crossroad of the hormone lifecycle. After your body converts progesterone into testosterone, functional gene variations determine what happens to that testosterone

  • 7

    Chapter 6: The Genomic Storyboard - Your E Intersection

    • Estrogen is the major female sex hormone, and much of female hormone health and wellness depends on what happens to estrogen after it is produced

  • 8

    Chapter 7: The Genomic Storyboard - Metabolite Clearance

    • Your body has an internal system for dealing with harmful estrogen metabolites. How effective that system is depends on functional gene variations in your DNA

  • 9

    Chapter 8: Building A Genomic Portrait

    • Now that you understand the storyboard, it's time to watch the action unfold through real life case studies.

  • 10

    Chapter 9 - Introduction to Female Hormone Health Concerns

    • What common and not so common health concerns, conditions, disorders and diseases in women can be attributed to sex hormones?

  • 11

    Chapter 10 - Androgen Dominance Health Conditions - Acne and Irregular Menstrual Cycles

    • Functional genomics profiles that increase your predisposition towards cystic acne and irregular ovulation are discussed

  • 12

    Chapter 11 - Androgen Dominance Health Conditions - PCOS

    • Gain a deeper understanding of the multifactorial nature of PCOS as well as its contributing genomic factors

  • 13

    Chapter 12 - Estrogen Dominance Conditions - Endometriosis, Fibroids and Cancer

    • How do genomic pathways contribute to a woman's predisposition towards endometriosis, fibroids, and even cancer?

  • 14

    Chapter 13 - Fibromyalgia

    • Explore cutting edge relationships between functional genomics and the microbiome that ultimately contribute to the multifactorial nature of fibromyalgia

  • 15

    Chapter 14 - Libido

    • Sex Drive: What's Love (and Genomics) got to do with it? Understand the genomic and non-genomic factors that influence the male and female libido

  • 16

    Chapter 15 - Balding and Hair Loss

    • Discover the genomic patterns that predispose both males and females towards balding, hair thinning and hair loss

  • 17

    Chapter 16 - Benign Prostate Hyperplasia

    • How do genes contribute to an increased likelihood of an enlarged prostate in men?

Functional Genomics of Sex Hormones

Functional Genomics of Sex Hormone's is the first of six modules to become a Certified Functional Genomics Practitioner (CFGP).