Lyme education events in 2016
The following Lyme education events are scheduled in the coming months. Contact individual organizations for details.
April 30, Saturday. Midcoast Lyme Disease Support & Education Conference. Wiscasset, Maine.
Keynote speaker: Dr. Dan Cameron, immediate past president of ILADS; other speakers: Pat Smith, Lyme Disease Association; Dorothy Leland, co-author, When Your Child Has Lyme Disease: A Parent’s Survival Guide; Sheila Statlender, Ph.D., clinical psychologist; Bob Giguerre, IGeneX Laboratory; and a panel of naturopathic doctors. http://midcoastlymediseasesupport.blogspot.com/p/conference.html
April 30-May 1. 9th Annual Medical-Scientific Conference on Morgellons Disease. Austin, Texas.
Speakers include the following ILADS members: Eva Sapi, PhD, Raphael Stricker, MD, Carsten Nicolaus, PhD, Ginger Savely, DNP, Marianne Middelveen, MDSc, Eboni Cornish, MD, Joystna Shah, MD of IGeneX labs. http://thecehf.org/morgellons-2016-conference/
May 7, Saturday. Lyme and other Tick-borne Diseases—First Rocky Mountain Forum. Golden, Colorado.
Speakers: Dr. Dan Cameron, immediate past president of ILADS; Pat Smith, President of Lyme Disease Association; Dr. David Martz, and others. https://www.facebook.com/events/478948055635887/
May 7, Saturday. Lyme Disease Conference at Binghamton University, Binghamton, New York.
Dr. Baghat Sammakia, PhD, Binghamton University; Dr. Ralph Garruto, PhD, Binghamton University; Ms. Amanda Roome, Binghamton University; Robert Giguere, IGeneX Labs; Dr. Tom Moorcroft, and Dr. Richard Horowitz; http://www.southerntierlymesupport.org/
May 8, Sunday, Vestal, NY. “The Little Things”
A dramatic reading about 17-year-old Lyme victim Joseph Elone’s family, by Storyhouse Theater. Performance begins at 11:30 a.m. Talk following by Dr. Richard Horowitz. Free admission, but you must register in advance for tickets. More information at: http://www.southerntierlymesupport.org/
May 11th, Wednesday, Hyde Park, NY.
Watch for upcoming information about the Dutchess County Legislative Tick Task Force program at the Wallace Center, on the Franklin D. Roosevelt Estate. Event will be free and open to the public.
May 19, Thursday. 10th Annual Lyme Connection Program, Western Connecticut State University, Danbury CT.
Health Fair begins at 5 pm. Program at 7 pm. Free and open to the public. Keynote speaker: Dr Kenneth Liegner; Award to Dr. Charles Ray Jones. For details see www.LymeConnection.org.
May 21, Saturday, Central Mass Lyme Disease Conference, Worcester, MA.
Keynote address: Dr. Charles Ray Jones. Other speakers include Dr. Steven Phillips, Dr. Kenneth Bock, Dr. Sheila Statlender, authors Jenny Rush and Dorothy Leland, and more. http://centralmasslymeconference.com
If your group has scheduled such an event, please send information to email@example.com. We’ll update this list periodically.