ZSFG Medicine Grand Rounds - MGR 22028
Assistant Professor Medicine at UCSF, Division of Rheumatology &
Staff Physician at VA
Identify two key broad mechanisms by which the microbiome can impact rheumatic disease
Appreciate reciprocal interactions between drugs and gut microbes
Recall that variation in the microbiome may contribute to variation in drug response
Recall mechanisms by which methotrexate interacts with the gut microbiome.
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