ILADS May Newsletter

May 2019 ILADS Newsletter
Lyme Awareness Month
In honor of Lyme Awareness Month, this month’s newsletter includes access to free educational materials.

See details below, and have a healthy Lyme Awareness Month.

Member Spotlight: 

William Padula, MD

In this ILADS webinar, Dr. Padula discusses the consequences of tick-borne diseases on vision and vision processing. Select Research & Literature on our website at www.ilads.org  to view the full video.
When Your Child Has Lyme Disease: A Parent’s Survival Guide

In honor of May Lyme Awareness Month, ILADS member Sandra K. Berenbaum, LCSW, BCD and her co-author, Dorothy Kupcha Leland, are making their book available free in Kindle edition today through Saturday.
ILADS is pleased to announce the agenda for Madrid 2019: Lyme Disease – Environmental Disease of the 21st Century. 

There are only a few weeks left to register, so visit the Madrid 2019 Conference page at www.ilads.org today to reserve your spot for June 8-9, 2019.

Saturday, June 8, 2019

Morning Session:

Castellana Conference Room
Moderator: ILADS President Leo J. Shea III, PhD

 
09:00-09:15 Carmen Navarro, MD, Program Chair
Welcome

09:15-09:45 Louis Teulieres, MD, PhD
Chronic Infections, Hormonal Dysfunctions and Heavy Metals Connections in Autism

09:45-10:15 Carmen Navarro, MD
Lyme Disease in Spain – Updated

10:15-10:45 Magdalena Cubala-Kucharska, MD, PhD
Immunopsychiatry of Children with Lyme and Co-Infections

10:45-11:15 Networking Break with Poster Presentations

11:15-12:00 B. Robert Mozayeni, MD
Bartonella Overlap with Tick-Borne Diseases: Better Diagnosis Supports Better Outcomes

12:00-12:30 Jack Lambert, MD
Congenital Infections in Pregnancy, with Special Focus on Borrelia

12:30-13:00 Question and Answer Period with Morning Faculty

13:00-14:00 Lunch for all registrants

13:30-14:00 Poster Viewing and Oral Poster Presentation

 

Afternoon Session:
Castellana Conference Room
Moderator: ILADS President Leo J. Shea III, PhD
14:00-14:30 B. Robert Mozayeni, MD
Mast-Cell Activation Syndrome and the Host Response: Persistent Infectious Disease or Host Response Disease

14:30-15:00 Pol De Saedeleer, PharmD
The Affected Th1/Th2/Th17 Immune Response

15:00-15:30 Philippe Raymond, MD
How to Make a Clinical Diagnosis of Chronic Lyme Disease or Persistent Polymorphic Syndrome after Tick Bite (SPPT)

15:30-16:00 Networking Break and Poster Viewing

16:00-16:30 Armin Schwarzbach, MD, PhD
Inflammatory Arthritis, Multiple Sclerosis and Other illnesses: Associations with Tick-Borne Diseases in the Complexity of Multiple Infections

16:30-17:00 Marie Mas, MD
PATHOTIQUE Study. Multi-site PCR of Vectorial Diseases in Ticks

17:00-17:30 Question and Answer Period with Afternoon Faculty

Sunday, June 9, 2019

Morning Session Track A: Lyme Basics

Neptuno Conference Room

09:15-10:15 Part 1 – Basic Concepts

10:15-10:45 Networking Break with Poster Viewing

10:45-11:30 Part 2 – Management

11:30-12:30 Part 3 – Pathogenesis

12:30-12:45 Question and Answer Period with Morning Faculty

12:45-14:00 Lunch for All Registrants

Morning Session Track B: Advances in Lyme

Castellana Conference Room

09:15-09:45 Mariia Shklina, MD, PhD
Epidemiology of Lyme in Ukraine

09:45-10:15 Laura Alonso Canal, MD
Pediatric Lyme

10:15-10:45 Networking Break with Poster Viewing

10:45-11:15 Kanneboyina Nagaraju, DVSc, MVSc, PhD
Screening for Autoantibodies in Post Treatment Lyme Disease Syndrome Patients using HuProt Protein Microarray

11:15-11:45 Omar Morales, MD
Complimentary Treatments for Lyme Disease, Babesia, and Other  Blood-Borne Diseases

11:45-12:15 Maria Luisa Garcia Alonso, PharmD
Microbiota and Lyme Disease

12:15-12:30 Oral Poster Presentation

12:30-13:00 Question and Answer Period with Morning Faculty

13:00-14:00 Lunch for All Registrants

Afternoon Session Track A: Lyme Basics

Neptuno Conference Room

14:00-15:30 Steven Bock, MD
Functional Medicine and the Complex Tick-Borne Disease Patient. Part I

15:30-16:00 Networking Break and Poster Viewing

16:00-17:00 Steven Bock, MD
Functional Medicine and the Complex Tick-Borne Disease Patient. Part II

17:00-17:30 Question and Answer Period

17:30 Adjourn

Afternoon Session Track B: Advances in Lyme

Castellana Conference Room

14:00-14:30 Robert Miller, ND
Environmental Toxin Detox Weakness from Genetic Variants Found in Those with Chronic Lyme Disease

14:30-15:00 Kunal Garg, MSc
Challenging the Lyme Monomicrobial Paradigm: Diagnosing Lyme Disease and Beyond

15:00-15:30 Pilar Munoz-Calero, MD
Environmental Contaminants and their Association with Chronic Infectious Diseases, Diagnostic Management and Treatment Difficulty    

15:30-16:00 Networking Break with Poster Viewing

16:00-16:30 Wojciech Ozimek, MD
Lyme Disease, Parasites, Protozoans and Microbiome

16:30-17:00 Tatjana Mijatovic, PhD
Neglected Infections and Gastrointestinal Issues in Patients with Late/Persistent /Chronic Vector-Borne Infections

17:00-17:30 Question and Answer Period with Afternoon Faculty

17:30 Adjourn

Social Events
Friday, June 7, 2019
19:00-21:00 – Reception and Dinner at Palacio de Cibeles
19:00-19:30 – Terrace 6th Floor. Short Welcome Drink
19:30-21:00 – Restaurant Space Collection 2nd Floor. Cocktail Collection
21:00 – Walk along the Paseo de las Artes
Saturday, June 8, 2019
20:00-22:00 – Dinner and Flamenco Show at Café de Chinitas
22:00 – Walk through the Madrid of the Austrias
Tick-Borne Diseases and Mental Health:
A One-Day Course for Medical Professionals

September 7, 2019

This fall, ILADS brings three nationally-recognized practitioners to San Francisco to offer insight into the mental health aspects of Lyme/TBDs. We hope you will attend and enhance your knowledge for the benefit of your patients. Westin-San Francisco Airport Hotel, Bayshore Ballroom, 9:00 am-5:00 pm.
For more information, please contact:

Leo J. Shea III, Ph.D.
Neuropsychological Evaluation
& Treatment Services, P.C.
212-951-4545
www.leoshea.com

Call for Abstracts
The abstract submission deadline for Boston 2019: Chronic Disease = Chronic Infections? is May 30, 2019. For information on submitting an abstract for this year’s annual meeting, please visit  the Boston 2019 Conference page at www.ilads.org and select “Call for Abstracts.”
Lyme Innovation

Round Table

CODE has published its Lyme Innovation Roundtable Summary Report, which addresses the need for collaboration, coordination, and trust between stakeholders in order to effectively treat Lyme and other tick-borne diseases.
Click here to read the full report: