Meet the Researcher: Kim Lewis, Ph.D.

MEET THE RESEARCHER IS A BLOG SERIES TO INTRODUCE GLA-FUNDED LYME DISEASE RESEARCHERS MAKING A DIFFERENCE IN THE FIGHT AGAINST LYME DISEASE. #MEETTHERESEARCHER NAME: Kim Lewis, Ph.D. TITLE: University Distinguished Professor; Director, Antimicrobial Discovery Center; Department …MORE

Forest ecology shapes Lyme disease risk in the ...

Predators, acorns, & fragmentation regulate numbers of infected ticks Public Release from the CARY INSTITUTE OF ECOSYSTEM STUDIES (Millbrook, NY) In the eastern US, risk of contracting Lyme disease is higher in fragmented forests with …MORE

Meet the Researcher: Timothy J. Sellati, Ph.D.

Meet the Researcher is a blog series to introduce GLA-funded Lyme disease researchers, and in this case, GLA’s Chief Scientific Officer.   #Meettheresearcher NAME: Timothy J. Sellati, Ph.D. TITLE: Chief Scientific Officer Dr. Sellati has …MORE

GLA Point of View on New Tick-Borne Co-infectio...

by Timothy Sellati, Ph.D., Chief Scientific Officer, GLA Lyme disease is the most commonly occurring vector-borne disease in the United States. The number of cases reported to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) …MORE

Why Isn’t There a Lyme Disease Vaccine?

by Ashley Ross from The Daily Beast  Blame its bacteria’s weird protein structure. For 25 years, Heather McKean has experienced uncomfortable, unexplainable health issues. Since she was five years old, the 30-year-old has lived with …MORE

GLA: Lyme Disease Research Symposium 2018

Highlights from GLA’s 2018 Research Symposium with top Lyme Disease Researchers   by Timothy J. Sellati, Ph.D., Chief Scientific Officer, GLA (pictured: GLA’s Scott Santarella and Dr. Timothy Sellati with GLA grantee Dr. Nicole Baumgarth) The …MORE

Could a pathogen be the cause of Alzheimer’s di...

By Philip Perry Originally published on bigthink.com For the last 40 years, a minority of researchers have considered the notion that a pathogen might be behind Alzheimer’s disease. In 2011, Judith Miklossy (former GLA Scientific Advisory Board member) and fellow …MORE

Forget Ebola, Sars and Zika: ticks are the next...

by Mackenzie Kwak Ticks carry a wide array of pathogens – and environmental changes mean they are spreading Since the beginning of our species we have been at war. It’s a continuous, neverending fight against the …MORE

Promising New Research: PrEPping for Ticks

by Mayla Hsu, Ph.D. Director, Research and Science Global Lyme Alliance Stopping Lyme disease before it starts. Promising new research based on pre-exposure prophylaxis, or PrEP.   It’s frustrating that there are so few ways …MORE

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