2018 Conference Highlights

3rd Annual Lyme Disease in the Era of

Precision Medicine Conference

Panel Highlights

LymeMind Expo
2 OCT

On the Ground, in the Field, at the Bench: Lyme Disease Discovery Front Lines

Experts at the front lines of research will share their work and discuss recent discoveries coming out of scientific exploration in Lyme Disease.

Advancing Collaboration through Next Generation Technologies:

We will be discussing emerging next generation technologies and the impact they have on our ability to research Lyme Disease and enhance opportunities for collaboration.

3 OCT

Connecting Communities: Patient Partnership:

This discussion will be focused on how patients, caregivers, and clinicians can collectively build a partnership to improving our understanding and our ability to treat Lyme Disease.

Outreach, Advocacy, and Building Momentum for Change:

We will be discussing opportunities for how we can all get involved, make a change, and build together the path towards supporting, understanding, treating, curing, and preventing tick borne diseases.

LymeMind Expo

Breakout Sessions

Living Well with Lyme: The Power of Nutrition

All patients living with chronic Lyme are familiar with the symptoms of joint pain, swelling, fatigue and headaches. This patient workshop, led by Vicki Kobliner, MS, RDN, focuses on nutrition and its central role in battling these symptoms and strengthening one’s immune system.

"N-of-1 trials” for Patients with Chronic Lyme Disease: A Participatory Design Workshop

We will give you a crash course in the basics of “N-of-1 trials”: what they are, how they work, when they can help patients choose between two treatments. We will ask for your input about important health issues facing chronic lyme patients and where you believe N-of-1 trials may be most helpful.

Our Speakers

Richard I. Horowitz, M.D.

Richard I. Horowitz, M.D.

Medical Director, Hudson Valley Healing Arts Center
Precision Medicine: Outcomes from Data Mining 200 Patients Using The 16 Point MSIDS Model and Dapsone Combination Therapy for the Treatment of Chronic Lyme Disease/PTLDS
Brian  A.  Fallon,  M.D.

Brian A. Fallon, M.D.

Director, Lyme & Tick-Borne Diseases Research Center, Columbia University
A Ten-year Follow-up of Patients with Lyme Encephalopathy
Monica E. Embers,  Ph.D.

Monica E. Embers, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor, Tulane University
Resuscitation of the enigmatic viable, but non-cultivable (VBNC) B. burgdorferi spirochetes from antibiotic –treated animals infected with the Lyme disease pathogen
John  Aucott,  M.D.

John Aucott, M.D.

Director, Johns Hopkins Lyme Disease Clinical Research Center
Clinical and Neurocognitive Characterization of Patients with Post-Treatment Lyme Disease
Nicole  Baumgarth,  DVM

Nicole Baumgarth, DVM, Ph.D.

Ph.D., Professor, University of California, Davis
Borrelia burgdorferi and the subversion of the adaptive immune response
Joel  Dudley

Joel Dudley

Director, Institute for Next Generation Healthcare
State of the Science Lecture
Ying Zhang, MD

Ying Zhang, Ph.D.

Ph.D., Professor, Johns Hopkins
Developing more effective treatments for persistent Lyme disease
Suruchi  Chandra,  M.D.

Suruchi Chandra, M.D.

Integrative Psychiatry & Medicine
Keynote Address
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Contact Us

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