CONFERENCE COMPLETED The Lyme Disease Association Inc. and Columbia University Vagelos College of Physicians & Surgeons jointly provided the 21st annual CME scientific conference, Lyme & Other Tick-Borne Diseases: Research for a Cure, virtually, on October 2, 2021. This conference is designed to meet the high standards for continuing medical education credits for medical & health professionals and researchers. It was also open to the general public (adults only). Limited number of scholarships were available for certain medical students, researchers, recent medical professionals.The conference was sponsored by the Stephen & Alexandra Cohen Foundation and IGeneX Inc.
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Top Lyme disease researchers from across the United States have collaborated on a new publication, Recent Progress in Lyme Disease and Remaining Challenges. In this review article, researchers summarize the […]
According to the Tulane news, a three-year, $4.8 million initiative funded by The Steven and Alexandra Cohen Foundation, will establish the Bartonella Research Consortium with the goal of developing a […]
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 […]
Congressman Josh Gottheimer (NJ-5-D) held a press conference to discuss Lyme disease and three bi-partisan bills currently introduced into the House of Representatives. He spoke about the seriousness of the […]
NJ has four times the national average of Lyme disease cases West Milford, NJ, June 10, 2021 Above: Gottheimer in West Milford today. WEST MILFORD, NJ — Today, June 10, […]
May 27, 2021 –Today, during May Lyme Disease Awareness Month, Congressman Christopher Smith (NJ-4-R) introduced a bill which could change the way our children with Lyme disease have been treated […]
When the CDC announced a webinar offering continuing education for health care providers for Lyme Awareness Month, some thought it would provide much needed education for doctors about the reality of Lyme disease for patients and what the CDC could do to actually help. Many thought CDC would seek patient input for this program. So what really happened on the webinar?