What is this webinar about?
This webinar, provided by Doctor's Data, provides healthcare practitioners with an introduction to their Hormone and Urinary Metabolites Assessment Profile, also known as the HuMap.
What is the Hormone and Urinary Metabolites Assessment Profile (HuMap)?
The Hormone and Urinary Metabolites Assessment Profile (HuMap) provides a comprehensive overview of steroid hormones, their metabolites, and the efficiency of the enzymes that metabolize these hormones.
In this webinar, viewers will gain an basic understanding of the HuMap, specifically:
- when to consider testing urinary metabolites
- how to read the reports
- what hormones and metabolites are tested
- how to analyze metabolic pathways and enzymatic key relationships.
- collection instructions
- best practices
- saliva vs urine testing for BHRT monitoring,
- the benefits of Doctor's Data test methodology
- available complementary test profiles
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This webinar was hosted and recorded by Doctor's Data. Regenerus Labs has permission to publish this webinar on our website.
About the speaker
Dr Lylen Ferris is a licensed Naturopathic Physician based in Portland, OR.
In addition to maintaining her private practice, Dr. Ferris is the Senior Staff Physician at Doctor's Data where she has reviewed, interpreted and advised on tens of thousands of salivary hormone panels and neurotransmitter reports.
Prior to joining Doctor's Data as a staff physician, she completed a residency in advanced women's health and gynecology at the National College of Natural Medicine where she oversaw patient care and as well as taught gynecology and clinical education classes.
Her extensive knowledge of women's health and endocrinology coupled with her love of teaching have led her to develop curriculum and present at numerous integrative and alternative health conferences.
Get further support regarding the HuMap
Still have queries regarding Doctor's Data's HuMap? For clinical questions, log into your account and book a support call with our Clinical Support Service. For general queries, contact our customer service team.