We are excited to announce our upcoming May 7 event celebrating 4 years of the Lyme Care Resource Center. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we will be offering a different format for the meeting in a livestream only format on May 7th from 7-8:30pm. We are truly honored to have John Aucott, MD providing a keynote talk for the evening. Please join us from the comfort and safety of your homes for this valuable opportunity to learn from a renowned expert in the field about the latest in Lyme disease and tick-borne disease, including signs and symptoms, diagnostics, treatments, prevention tips, risk factors, research progress, and future outlook. Dr. Aucott will also be discussing how to distinguish the signs and symptoms of COVID-19 from acute Lyme disease.
Dr. Aucott is the Director of the Johns Hopkins Lyme Disease Research Center and an Associate Professor of Medicine at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. He has been a clinical researcher involved in care of patients and research in Lyme disease since joining the Johns Hopkins faculty in 1996.
The Johns Hopkins Lyme Disease Research Center was established in 2015 under the direction of John Aucott, MD. The Center’s mission is to understand and urgently address the varied manifestations of Lyme disease and translate pioneering multidisciplinary research into improved patient care, education, and health outcomes. More information about Lyme Disease and the Johns Hopkins Lyme Disease Research Center can be found at https://www.HopkinsLyme.org.
May is Lyme Disease Awareness Month and the spring tick season is upon us. There is no better time to stay informed on important topics in Lyme disease. This presentation is relevant to so many people. Knowledge is so important. The more we know the more we can do! Please help us spread the word by inviting family, friends, and colleagues to this informative talk. You may simply reply to this email to rsvp for the event.