Deadline Aug. 1 The Lyme Disease Association Inc. is notifying researchers that the Clinical Trials Network established with a grant from the Steven & Alexandra Cohen Foundation to Columbia University announces that the website is now accepting Pilot Study Concept submissions (July 1 to Aug 1). The Clinical Trials Network welcomes research clinicians and […]
From Columbia Clinical Trials Network: In recognition of a severe unmet need, the Steven and Alexandra Cohen Foundation’s grant to Columbia University has established the first national Columbia Clinical Trials Network for Lyme and other Tick-borne Diseases [www.lymectn.org]. The Research Network starts with a team of leading investigators, including Dr. Brian Fallon at Columbia University […]
As a follow-up to its 2020 report from its 2020 citizen science project, the Maine Forest Tick Survey at the University of Maine is recruiting forest landowners in nine southern and coastal Maine counties to begin sampling for ticks in July 2021 when tick nymphs become active. The 2020 project collected 1643 ticks, and 445 […]
Tick submissions needed! The Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) and A.T. Still University are partnering on a Missouri tick study. MDC and the University are asking for citizens of Missouri to collect, save, and mail ticks that they encounter to A.T. Still University to assist with this study.
A new center at Columbia University will open this summer to patients. The Cohen Center for Health & Recovery from Tick-Borne Diseases has been established through a $16M grant from the Steven & Alexandra Cohen Foundation to Columbia. Brian Fallon, MD, will be Center Director, Shannon Delaney, MD, co-director. Patients at the Center will be […]
A randomized research study sponsored by Washington University School of Medicine seeks participants age 30 and older, who have tested positive for COVID-19, and are currently experiencing mild symptoms.
New in vitro study on dapsone (diaminodiphenyl sulfone), and dapsone combination therapy (DDS CT) was just published by Dr. Richard Horowitz et al. and provides hope of effective treatment for patients with persistent Lyme disease. The study is suggestive that dapsone combination therapy may well characterize both a novel and successful option to treat Borrelia […]
The issue of Lyme disease and pregnancy is a serious one, and much more research and education is needed to understand the extent and scope of the problems related to pregnancy and Lyme. The Lyme Disease Association (LDA) is providing information on a study on Lyme and Pregnancy which is led by researchers from the […]
The following is a list of studies using Hydroxychloroquine for early COVID disease compiled from ClinicalTrials.gov on April 24, 2020. Studies using Hydroxy + Azithromycin: Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey Hydroxy + Zith vs Hydroxy alone vs. no treatment PCR + with T 100.6 or more Inpatient or outpatient Recruiting LCMC Health (New […]
Mount Sinai researchers have launched a new app in conjunction with the Lyme and Tick-borne Disease Campaign, a project to identify people who seem to be resistant or resilient to ticks and tick-borne diseases including Lyme disease. The Lyme Campaign is seeking thousands of participants, in an effort to find new prevention or treatment strategies […]